In this issue of Electronic Sound : We speak to Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein, responsible for the remarkable score from the hit TV show Stranger Things. Following that cue, we also look at some of the best electronic soundtracks from cult movies.
John Foxx sheds considerable light on the people, places and ideas that have influenced both his music and design work for decades.
Foxx’s bandmate Hannah Peel is something of a best-kept secret. We meet her and explain why her new album, ‘Awake But Always Dreaming’, should see her crash landing on the radar of all right-thinking electronic music fans.
We also catch up with Bentley Rhythm Ace, Skint Record’s knockabout big beat frontrunners, and discover the joys of the post-rave car boot.
He was the criminally under-rated Deptford Goth, but Daniel Woolhouse steps out from behind the pseudonym for a show-stopping new record. We also hook up with Reed & Caroline, the second release on Vince Clarke’s neat Very Records imprint.
Our reviews section is again groaning under the strain of so many brilliant releases. Including The Orb, Our Daughter’s Wedding, Colin Newman, Daniel Lanois, Graingerboy, Vangelis, David Holmes, Mr Oizo and many more.
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