Electronic Sound #91

Electronic Sound #91

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Electronic Sound #91

  • Condition: New
  • Language: English
  • 98 Pages 
  • 20.96cm x 28cm (8.25" x 11")
  • Published in Norwich, UK
  • Frequency: Quarterly
  • 2022

This month's cover star is the legendary Stephen Mallinder, once of Cabaret Voltaire, now of Wrangler and Creep Show.

It’s nearly 30 years since Mallinder was involved with Cabaret Voltaire, the group his name will always be associated with, but he's never stopped creating, innovating and moving forwards. Our in-depth interview lifts the lid on the time that he spent in Australia after the Cabs had split up – one minute he was training to be a teacher, the next he was locked inside a garage all night with Shaun Ryder and a pint of sherry – and examines his role as an enabler and a serial collaborator. Electronic Sound also probe Mallinder on his excellent new solo album, ’Tick Tick Tick’, which he reckons is "on the spectrum between The Jackson 5 and Terry Riley". That's code for something magnificently wonky, by the way.

As well as our cover feature, Electronic Sound also talk to one-time Kraftwerk man Karl Bartos about his autobiography, ‘The Sound Of The Machine’, the long-awaited English version of which comes out shortly. Elsewhere, Kelly Lee Owens explains her influences – from witchcraft to, er, gravy – and Ultravox keyboardist Billy Currie discusses his solo back catalogue. We have Everything Everything, Alison Cotton, GNOD and The Beatmasters too, plus Scottish musician Lomond Campbell, the inventor of strange instruments such as the Harmonograph Synthesiser and the Unsung Machine. 


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