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As The World Stops Revolving
A Chemical Haunting
There’s about 45 minutes of interview time spliced with the wonderful music of Night Club and a couple of other things.
It was so lovely to talk to them and we chatted about various things including if it’s a stigma for synth music to be associated with the 80s, how they got the Moonbeam City soundtrack job and also which way round the toilet roll should go on the holder.
More Night Club links:
Interview about writing the Moonbeam City soundtrack:
Bandcamp for downloading songs:
Track list below… (more…)
Doncaster Electronic Foundation Radio 28th September 2015 – Normal Service: The Johnny Normal Interview
The interview with the lovely Johnny Normal. Just in case you don’t know (though it’s mentioned in the interview) Johnny suffered a seriously life threatening illness which was saved thanks to incredibly special help at a Leicester hospital ECMO unit. Johnny’s aim now is to raise funds for the place that saved his life, 3000 people sent him well wishes and yet he’s not reived as much £1 per well wish. Help him out with a donation below:
Or you can help out by buying this Yazoo tribute album where all funds raised go toward Johnny’s charity.
Buy the Yazoo tribute album on itunes here:
Listen on mixcloud (podcasts will be resumed when we get our ftp details back)
Our good friend, Microchip Junky has put out a a new release of delightful analogue bleeps and bloops called ‘Spot Wobble’. You can grab it for a ridiculously cheap £1 and that gets you 6 different mixes and that’s basically like getting it for free. Have a listen to it here:
One of Yorkshire’s best new synth bands last year was Berlyn Trilogy headed by Dorian Cramm. He opted to leave that project behind and has now begun a new one under the name of Promenade Cinema where he is joined by Blurred Girl, who as you may recall joined us for a euro cheese special at the end of 2013 and was briefly a part of Jan Doyle Band. To us it sounds like the perfect evolution from the work he did within Berlyn Trilogy, keeping a sonic theme but moving on into even greater more expressive territory. Here’s a Chemical Haunting, it will delight your ears muchly.
Bluetown Electronica’s Paul Randall released a new EP yesterday as his excellent Tesla Coil project. It’s called Beltek and continues his delight form for superb off kilter unusual beat arrangements. What’s more is it’s totally free. Can’t get cheaper than free. Also it was his birthday yesterday so happy birthday Paul! Keep up the creativity
Jan Doyle Band played live in Lancaster at the weekend and also did a dark DJ set of goth and other things which you can listen to on mixcloud here:
That’s all for now, until next time!