Florian Schneider 1947 – 2020

The lights in the electronic music community dimmed suddenly this week when the news broke of the passing of Kraftwerk’s Florian Schneider. Born in 1947, Schneider originally began his musical journey while studying in Düsseldorf. Delving into the experimental music … Read More

Electronic Music Is For Everyone

This Is Our Sound… When The Electricity Club was originally founded in the early 2000s, the electronic music scene was on the cusp of moving into a new era. Although it’s a genre of music that’s been with us for … Read More

ELISABETH ELEKTRA – Mercurial

Tales from a liminal heart… You would be forgiven for thinking that the genre of pop appears to have fallen out of favour in recent times. In an admittedly grim climate, music can seem to be more bleak – a … Read More

DICEPEOPLE – Destroyed

I turned you into a destroyer… For those that like their electronic music painted in darker hues, the ever-reliable Dicepeople are back with a selection of raw darkwave offerings care of the Destroyed EP. Consisting of Matt Brock (musician, songwriter … Read More

TWIST HELIX – Louder

Biting on my tongue forever… Having made a big impact with their 2018 album Ouseburn (see The Electricity Club review previously), Newcastle outfit Twist Helix have also been carving up the live circuit with their dynamic performances, including a star … Read More

AXLS – First Contact

“How we lost reality…” It’s often tricky to navigate through the many grassroots synth outfits emerging in recent times. But on occasion, some bands just seem to grab your attention by serving up sharply crafted songs or by having some … Read More

PET SHOP BOYS – Hotspot

“We’re falling for pleasure…” The Pet Shop boys flaunt their own boutique brand; stylised synth pop that’s futuristic and urban – and safe to say, it continues to mature well. A notable flash back through the decades returns an effortless … Read More

BOO – The Dissolve

On broken ground with uncertain feet… Electropop duo BOO – Battery Operated Orchestra – have returned with the mesmerising electropop of ‘The Dissolve’, bringing some warm synths to take the edge off the recent wintery days. Previously, BOO delivered an … Read More

WIRE & WASTELAND – Return To The Light

Drowning Sound Exploration As Pinklogik, Bristol-based electronic musician Jules Straw unveiled a surprising gem in the form of Glint back in 2018 (see The Electricity Club review previously). Bouncing between electronica and dreampop, the album offered up a reflective approach … Read More

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