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Electronica | GIRL ONE & THE GREASE GUNS Hitting The Brick Wall
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Having already engaged our curiosity with their previous release ‘Jessica 6’, Girl One & The Grease Guns have returned with a new single release entitled ‘(Here Come) The Catastrophe Machines’. Making good on their manifesto for “causing confusion with a mixture of pure synth pop and more experimental electronic sounds”, the latest offering delivers a […]

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Electronica | AUSTRA Future Politics
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Offering a statement on the themes and approach of Austra’s latest album Future Politics, Katie Stelmanis suggests “a commitment to replace the approaching dystopia. Not just hope in the future, but the idea that everyone is required to help write it, and the boundaries of what it can look like are both fascinating and endless. […]

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Electronica | PERFUME LEVEL3
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Japanese electronic outfit PERFUME have managed to achieve domestic success with a series of sharp tunes founded on the legacy of Technopop. Now the trio are looking further afield to carve out a global path as they wave the flag for J-Pop… LEVEL3 is Perfume’s 4th studio album (and their first on the Universal Music […]

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Electronica | PRINCESS CENTURY Lossless
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You’d think that between TRUST and AUSTRA, the talented MAYA POSTEPSKI would have all her free time accounted for. So it was somewhat surprising to learn that she’s also embarked on a solo project titled PRINCESS CENTURY… Releasing a vinyl-only album titled Lossless in April 2013, Postepski demonstrated a flair for the experimental. Those expecting […]

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Electronica | 30 Lost Songs Of The CD Era
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Recovered from the archives – and restored to the original version penned by writer Barry Page – Tasty Fish : 30 Lost Songs Of The CD Era presents a list of tunes that may have escaped your attention on their first release. By no means a comprehensive list, here is a snapshot of electronic music […]

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Electronica | The Electricity Club Archives
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As regular TEC visitors will be aware, a portion of the website’s archive of articles were apparently discarded. The good news is that many of these articles have managed to be retrieved from backup files and reassembled here on the site, with more ‘lost’ articles to possibly follow at a later date. The Electricity Club […]

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Electronica | Mark Fisher
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We were saddened by the tragic news of Mark Fisher’s death this weekend. Everyone at Ghost Box owes a huge debt to Mark’s support and inspirational writing. When we first began he was instrumental in bringing our label to the attention of a wider audience through his k-punk blog. He always had a clear understanding […]

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Electronica | A-HA – The Last Hurrah
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Recommended ReadingelectronicaElectronica | GIRL ONE & THE GREASE GUNS Hitting The Brick WallElectronica | AUSTRA Future Politics

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Electronica | OMD + VILLA NAH Live At Brighton Dome
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To a city by the sea It has been three years since OMD last played at the Brighton Dome. In 2007 the reunited original quartet of Andy McCluskey, Paul Humphreys, Martin Cooper and Malcolm Holmes were in the midst of the second leg of a magical tour that would see them perform their seminal Architecture […]

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Electronica | AUSTRA Live at Koko
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It takes a lot to draw us out into a chilly November evening, but Austra provide a suitably attractive prospect. Following on from the release of critically-acclaimed new album Olympia, the sold-out Koko in Camden is proof of the Canadian outfit’s continuing popularity. Along for the ride tonight are two support acts, fellow Canadian outfit […]

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Electronica | THE FAINT Live in Chicago
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We Get Seduced Omaha Nebraska isn’t really a place normally associated with electronic music. Known more for its flat lands, it has however, given America one of the best electro-dance, punk, indie-wave bands in the form of THE FAINT. Formed originally in 1995 by skateboarding buddies, Todd Fink, his brother Clark Baechle, and Joel Petersen, […]

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