Of late, it’s not just Paranoid London who are reviving the squirming electronic funk of the acid sound. The underground is teeming with producers, DJs and events powered by the 303…
In the hands of a small group of Chicago musicians and producers a little silver box created the squelch for Acid House and sparked the revolutionary illegal rave scene that followed soon after
Graham Massey and Andrew Barker talk Rolands, Manchester, Tony Wilson, Pete Waterman, Cash Generator, and selling pop records by mistake
Location: Kent/London Est: 2019
Floating Points’ Sam Shepherd on the first and last records he bought, and his emergency pick
The trio of Dot Allison, Ian Carmichael and Jim McKinven released a solitary album. There was apparently a second, but it never saw the light.
He turns up each month waving paper with words on insisting he’s a columnist. We think he might be lost.
If the names of these two records said together are a mouthful, then spare a thought for Gary Numan, who’d wanted ‘Replicas’ to come out under his own name rather than as the follow-up to Tubeway Army’s eponymous debut.
Otherworldy academic electropop
Devon-based 90s three-piece reunited