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Guide Dog Announce New Single ‘Generation Y’

Cardiff's Guide Dog have announced details of their forthcoming new single 'Generation Y' out on the 15th March via Hi-Vis Records. The single is...

Johnno Casson announces Best Of compilation spanning eleven year solo career.

Johnno Casson brings joy to people at a time when people really (really) need joy.

PREMIERE! Erasure share live version of Piano Song from Wild! Deluxe Edition

ERASURE (Andy Bell and Vince Clarke) will release the 30th anniversary deluxe edition of Wild!, the band’s fourth studio album, and have shared a previously unreleased audio version of ‘Piano Song’ recorded live in 1989 at the London Arena.

Feral Five return with high-octane slice of neon electro – Pet Show

Set in a world of illicit exotic creatures, working in underground bionic cat cafés and shady robo-companion bars, the single is a heady mix of animalistic synths, silky vocals, metallic beats, and lashings of fuzz bass.

Accü Announces New Single ‘Crash To Kill’

Accü has announced the details of her brand new single 'Crash To Kill' which is due to be released digitally via Libertino Records on...

Yazoo Announce Four-Disc Retrospective Box Set

Yazoo (Alison Moyet and Vince Clarke) have announced details of ‘Four Pieces’, a remastered, four-piece box set, out on 26 October 2018. ‘Four Pieces’...

Listen to this! Feral Five and Sisteray combine in amazing electro-punk collaboration

Electro-punk duo and producers Feral Five, have created a compelling reconstruction of Sisteray’s Algorithm Prison.

Watch This! Battery Operated Orchestra unveil haunting video for Strange Goodbye

The band walk the line between sweet, sparse electro sounds and a deep, dark sense of foreboding that keeps you watching till the end.

Watch This! – Battery Operated Orchestra unveil animated video for new single, Bella

It's soft, smooth ice-cream topped with percussive sprinkles and a big bassy Flake. Classic synthpop.

Listen to this! Vacances announce new EP.

It’s a short, simple, foot-tapping single definitely worth more than one listen

Erasure To Release Live Album ‘World Be Live’ Via Mute

ERASURE (Andy Bell and Vince Clarke) will release World Be Live - a 24-track live album recorded in London in February during the band's...

A Flock Of Seagulls – The Original Members Reunited on Record

For the first time since 1984, all four original members of A Flock Of Seagulls, one of the most iconic bands of the 1980’s...

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