International Women In Electronic Music Day 2021

On International Women’s Day, a showcase for those women who work in the world of electronic music… International Women’s Day, which falls on 8th March each year, has become an opportunity to not only recognise the achievement of women throughout … Read More

PRETTY IN PINK: An Eclectic Soundtrack

The deeper you get, the sweeter the pain… In the slow evolution of teen movies through the 1970s and 1980s, the choice of music usually stuck to either a traditional use of reliable classics or relied on contemporary rock music … Read More

2020 – Albums Of The year

2020’s best electronic albums… 2020 has proved to be a grim year for many reasons, but chiefly because of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. Yet, despite the gruelling impact of Covid both personally and professionally on so many people, … Read More

2020 – The Year In Review

Exploring a tough year… It’s an inescapable fact that 2020 has proved to be a grim year for many reasons, but chiefly because of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. Yet, despite the gruelling impact of Covid both personally and … Read More

Harold Budd 1936 – 2020

The passing of composer and musician Harold Budd arrives in the midst of a tough year for music, but there’s something particularly tragic over the loss of such a legendary figure within the electronic music community. While he had already … Read More

Introducing SCALA

The gravity is so faithless… SCALA is an electronic pop project and the brainchild of Frankfurt-based producer and songwriter Peter Johansson. Featuring vocals from Chiara Tahnee, the new outfit’s first release is the 5-track EP:01, featuring songs that have a … Read More

NORTHERN KIND – Düh

Everything’s going to be alright… The electropop duo of Northern Kind occupies a special status of sorts in the UK’s electronic community. Matt Culpin and Sarah Heeley’s outfit garnered critical acclaim in the 2000s renaissance period that electronic music enjoyed. … Read More

B-MOVIE – Promenade (The Rude Awakening Remixes)

It feels like the sun will never shine… When the legendary Some Bizarre Album arrived in 1981, it not only established the iconic record label but also provided an intriguing snapshot of the UK’s synth-pop/alternative scene of the time. That … Read More

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