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I Dream Of Wires in Berlin

Not some dodgy ’80s neu-Romantische synth-pop revival heralded by the headline, but a documentary about the modular synthesizer-its history, demise and resurgence. I Dream Of Wires gets its Berlin premier on July 28, along with a live performance by + talk with the legendary Morton Subotnick, composer of the seminal Silver Apples of the Moon […]

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V/A & Phooka :: Double review (Love Blast)

These are sounds of real anguish, where economic migration is the reality and the price of bread on the table means a family member missing from the meal. The gloom of the economic downturn appears to be lifting, at least through the data we’re reported. I’m not sure if I can with hand on heart […]

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Cute Heels :: Spiritual (Dark Entries)

Cute Heels is, in part, continuing the Industrial project which was started in the late 70s. That coarse and primitive pulse of the past is present, but so are the underpinnings of Birmingham and Detroit. San Francisco’s Dark Entries has, of late, been looking, more and more, to contemporary artists and groups. True, Josh Cheon’s […]

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PSYCHIC MALMÖ :: Swedish synthesizer soothsayers

Psychic Malmö is a label that crosses the divide between acoustic and electric, and the boundaries of the label. The scourge of Sweden continues. Scandanavia is not just making a mark on the circuit box scene, it is eclipsing many established electronics nations. Psychic Malmö is a label that crosses the divide between acoustic and […]

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Peter Martin Christopherson aka “Sleazy” (1955-2010)

Christopherson’s personal legacy and contribution to underground music burns brightly and will live on for long to come. Never one to shy away from controversy and always ready to push boundaries, he was loved and respected by many and influenced countless others. There will never be another Sleazy, or John Balance, that’s for sure. On […]

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