Electrelane

Electrelane

With Britpop and baggy both rearing their ugly heads for another stab at the big time, it seems only fair on the ’90s that shoegazing also takes another step into the musical arena. Right on cue, shuffling out of Brighton come girl quartet...

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Electrelane : London Highbury Garage

Electrelane : London Highbury Garage

Slogan-chanting pro-fem cheerleaders aren't necessarily what's expected of Ladyfest London. But this annual weekend-long celebration of women's achievements in the arts means that the crowd are happy to rejoice in alternative creativity, whatever...

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Electrelane : Glasgow King Tut's Wah Wah Hut

Electrelane : Glasgow King Tut's Wah Wah Hut

Brighton belles in stylish Carnaby St clobber, Electrelane are mistresses of sticky-fingered invention. Want your retro electro-pop minus kitsch affectation? Try Farfisa freak-out 'Blue Straggler'. Prefer your krautrock without the stench of...

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Electrelane : Rock It To The Moon

Electrelane : Rock It To The Moon

It's just the way a debut album should be. Utterly focused, stripped of all extraneous flab, and with an album title snatched from AC/DC, 'Rock It To The Moon' is the first full-length offering from Brighton's Electrelane - four Stoogettes on a...

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Electrelane : Blue Straggler

Electrelane : Blue Straggler

Brighton's Electrelane may not be setting their sights terribly high, as the once-bright future of primarily instrumental space-rock seems to have slipped through our fingers, taking the likes of Quickspace and Pram with it. Still, this is one...

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London Notting Hill Arts Club

London Notting Hill Arts Club

In different times, they'd have been rioting at the Sorbonne, flag-burning in Berkeley, maybe closely linked to the SLF. The climate being what it is, however, Electrelane - four Brighton girls with Interpol poster haircuts - sublimate their...

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Brighton Sallis Benny Theatre

Brighton Sallis Benny Theatre

Robert Newman , former comedian, has just come onstage to introduce Electrelane , in Spanish, dressed as a binman. And just as for Robert refuse collection seems to be the new novel, so it develops that drones are the new fanzines, a vague...

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Film Music/Come On

Film Music/Come On

Electrelane Film Music/Come On (Indenial) Shamelessly blatant about exploiting the whole "soundtrack for an imaginary film" cliché, at least Electrelane have chosen a non-existent film that would terrify your local Odeon....

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