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Heaven 17, British Electric Foundation and Illustrious Company's Martyn Ware talks to the famous artists from the worlds of music, art, film, comedy, TV and creativity that he's encountered during his 40 year career. These interviews are rare and precious gems, featuring a raw and sometimes irreverent take on life and the things that make life worth living, Diving deep into the biographical ocean, these podcasts are an unmissable insight into a series of fascinating lives... Production and o ...
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This exciting Electronically Yours episode features Jez Willis, one half of the legendary electronic music duo, Utah Saints. The band had three top-ten and another five top-40 singles on the UK Singles Chart in the 1990s, as well as number-one dance tracks in the UK and US. They pioneered the use of sampling technology, and in particular manipulati…
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Today’s fascinating episode of Electronically Yours features Sly5thAve, the alter-ego of multi-instrumentalist, producer, arranger, and composer Sylvester Uzoma Onyejiaka II, whose sophisticated compositions are shaped by his faith in hip hop, and deep understanding of soul, R&B and jazz. The grammy award-winning horns player has attained much resp…
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Today’s interesting episode features the DJ, producer, engineer and artist Richard Norris from The Grid, who has recently released new work. His eclectic taste has evolved from acid house and electro to a more ambient style with great success… Ladies and gentlemen, meet Richard Norris. If you can, please support the Electronically Yours podcast via…
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Today’s episode of Electronically Yours features an old friend of mine and electronic music legend Rusty Egan. Rusty (together with Demon Records) has just released a fantastic compilation of music played originally at the one and only Blitz Club, a powerhouse of connections and inspiration for a generation of electronic pop music creators. So - le…
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This exciting Electronically Yours episode features Joe Talbot and Mark Bowen from the massively successful band IDLES.Their history of feisty, socially-conscious songs has evolved with a growing maturity as evidenced on their latest number one album 'Tangk'.Ladies and gentlemen, meet the insanely charismatic IDLES...If you can, please consider sup…
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This heartwarming episode of the Electronically Yours podcast features a Sheffield legend, lead singer of immensely popular The Everly Pregnant Brothers, Shaun Doane AKA Big Shaun. Apart from his larger than life and very popular stage character, in his own words he is ‘foul mouthed but articulate, intimidating in size and stature but poster boy fo…
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This Electronically Yours episode features an interview with Robert Goerl, founder of the seminal German electropunk band Deutsche Americanische Freundschaft or D.A.F. From Melody Maker in 1981…‘Most bands get a synthesizer and their first idea is to tune it! They want a clean normal sound. They don’t work with the power you get from a synthesizer …
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Today's exciting episode features part 2 of my interview with the inimitable Robert Fripp. A true generational talent whose work spans many genres at the highest levels - and a collaborative history to die for... Ladies and gentlemen - for it is he - Robert Fripp. If you can, please support the Electronically Yours podcast via my Patreon: https://w…
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Today’s epic episode of Electronically Yours features one of my all-time musical heroes (forgive the pun), the astronomical talent that is Robert Fripp. As a musical artist with King Crimson, through to his incredible works with Eno, Bowie, Gabriel, Blondie and so so many more, he has astonishingly created over 700 official releases over his unique…
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Tomorrow’s highly motivational Electronically Yours podcast episode features a brand-new electronic pop outfit, Office for Personal Development. Over to the OPD… ‘The Office for Personal development is here to help you achieve all of your personal development goals. Here at the OPD we believe in a few key principles to help you maximise your potent…
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Tomorrow’s fascinating episode features an extraordinarily eclectic and creative character - Mark Reeder. He is a musician, record producer, remixer, DJ, graphic designer and film maker who has been living and working in Berlin since 1978. Originally from Manchester, his clandestine musical career has spanned over more than four decades. He was a f…
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Today episode is the concluding half of my discussion with world-famous American electronic music producer and DJ, Matthew Dear (see previous part 1). Ladies and gentlemen, the exceptionally talented Matthew Dear... If you can, please support the Electronically Yours podcast via my Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/electronicallyours…
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Tomorrow’s exceptional episode features world-famous American electronic music producer and DJ, Matthew Dear. Born in Texas, Matthew moved to Detroit as he fell in love with the Techno scene. He is particularly known for his albums Leave Luck to Heaven, Black City, and Beams. He also performs under aliases such as Audion, False, and Jabberjaw, and …
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This week's exciting episode of Electronically Yours features Zeus B.Held, who is a famous German music producer and musician. He was involved with several artists of the krautrock, disco, and new wave era, such as Birth Control, Rockets, Gina X Performance, Dead Or Alive, John Foxx, Fashion, and Men Without Hats. His production and arrangement sty…
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This unlocked Electronically Ours episode features a Famous DJ and champion of new music, Gary Crowley. Gary is an old acquaintance of Martyn’s from the early days of the Soho scene in London, and he has been a constant presence on national radio and TV in the UK for the last 40 years. Ladies and gentlemen, one of the nicest people in show business…
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Today’s fascinating episode of Electronically Yours features Sarah Blackwood and Chris Wilkie from the band Dubstar. Eclectically labelled as a mixture of Brit pop, dream pop and synth pop, with occasional pop ballads with industrial twists.In 2000, their excellent pandemic-inspired track ‘Hygiene Strip’ was co-produced by Stephen Hague.Ladies and …
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This Electronically Ours episode features prolific author Cathi Unsworth. Her latest book is an in-depth examination of the history of Goth music and culture, entitled Season of the Witch. Filled with passion, sex and the power of music, Season of the Witch is a superbly absorbing social history of the music, context and lasting legacy of goth, tol…
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Today’s exceptional episode of Electronically Yours features the legendary Australian electronic musician Tom Ellard, best known as the founding member of the electronic/industrial group Severed Heads. He is widely respected as an innovator and early adopter of proto-sampler techniques. He is also very interested in computer gaming platforms, and i…
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Today's fascinating Electronically Yours episode features Sally Rodgers and Steve Jones, electronic music artists A Man Called Adam. AMCA are regarded as pivotal in the development of the electronic music genres acid jazz, Balearic house, Chill Out and Nu British House. They have been described as ‘Britain’s unsung pop heroes’. Their main claim to …
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This exciting Electronically Yours episode features one of the UK’s national comedy treasures - Mark Thomas. For 35 years, Mark has excelled in his various parallel careers as standup comedian, activist, author, playwright, TV star, actor, world record holder (20 protests in 24 hours) and all round champion of the underdog and decent human being… I…
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Today’s very special episode of Electronically Yours features one of Scotland’s most celebrated novelists, Irvine Welsh. His 1993 novel Trainspotting was made into a hugely popular film (it even featured Heaven 17’s Temptation). He has also written many plays and screenplays, and directed several short films. The characters in his novels often inha…
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Today’s special edition of Electronically Yours features one of Martyn’s best friends in the Sheffield music scene, Jon McClure from Reverend and the Makers. The interview was recorded live in front of an audience of competition winners onboard the Heaven 17 double-decker bus which travels daily around Sheffield. This heartwarming conversation is a…
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This episode of Electronically Yours features famous rock guitarist, producer and songwriter Kevin Armstrong. He has collaborated extensively with David Bowie, Iggy Pop, Morrissey and Thomas Dolby, amongst many others. He was a member of Tin Machine, has extensively toured with many acts, and was a member of Sinead O’Connors live band. His recent a…
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This episode of Electronically Yours features one of Martyn’s oldest friends in the music business, the amazing spirit that is Jyoti Mishra. Jyoti will be forever famous for one of the most impressive ‘one-hit-wonders’ ever – under his pseudonym White Town – the brilliant Your Woman, which reached No. 1 on the UK Singles Chart in January 1997. It a…
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Today’s exciting Electronically Yours episode features Tom Robinson, who first became known in the late 1970s as a musician and LGBT activist with the Tom Robinson Band famous for hits 2-4-6-8 Motorway, Glad To Be Gay, Up Against The Wall. As a solo artist Tom had further solo hits with War Baby and Atmospherics: Listen To The Radio, and co-wrote s…
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Today’s highly entertaining episode of Electronically Yours features the legendary keyboard player of the Kaiser Chiefs, Nick Baines AKA Peanut. Primarily inspired by new wave and punk rock music of the late 1970s and 1980s, the band have released seven original studio albums, and massive hits ‘I Predict A Riot’, ‘Ruby’ and ‘Every Day I Love You Le…
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Today’s enlightening episode of Electronically Yours features documentary maker Ned Augustenborg, who has made a fascinating film about an unrecognised hero of electronic music Don Lewis. Don Lewis was an American vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, and electronic engineer. He created an instrument called the Live Electronic Orchestra (LEO), which int…
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This fascinating episode of Electronically Yours features one of the original members of Sheffield’s own legendary post-punk rockers, Pulp. Nick started playing drums aged 14 and was inspired by Paul Cook from the Sex Pistols and Blondie's Clem Burke. In his early years he saw many of Pulp's performances in Sheffield. He eventually joined the group…
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Today’s incredible episode features one of the truly original avant-garde rock groups, The Residents. Speaking here is Homer Flynn, who is their official spokesperson and member of the Cryptic Corporation (the public facing organisation for the Residents). The members of The Residents remain shrouded in mystery after nearly 50 years and an amazing …
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Today’s special bonus pre-Heaven 17 tour episode features one of New York’s most innovative fashion designers, Andre Landeros Michel. Andre has kindly designed Martyn’s outfit for the forthcoming UK tour. Andre founded Landeros New York in 2013. His exceptional designs often blur sartorial gender boundaries. Importantly, all his collections are hea…
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Today’s absorbing episode of Electronically Yours features a famous production team primarily responsible (together with Anne Dudley) for creating the band Art Of Noise, Gary Langan and JJ Jeczalik. Gary started as assistant engineer on the most famous Queen albums, he then went on to work with Trevor Horn at Sarm on various projects, he produced B…
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Today’s enticing episode of Electronically Yours features an iconic artist from the punk and post-punk eras, Annabella Lwin. As singer for Bow Wow Wow, she started as a protege of Malcolm McClaren, she co-wrote many of the band’s hits, and is now a producer in her own right. She courted controversy with her risqué imagery and passionate delivery, b…
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This exciting Electronically Yours episode features one of the most influential artists in the dance world, Graham Massey. He is most famously associated with 808 State, and the rise of Acid House, but the sheer diversity of his work including film soundtracks is very underrated - he was even in a Sun Ra tribute band! Ladies and gentlemen, prepare …
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Today’s fascinating episode of Electronically Yours features one of the progenitors of the Minneapolis sound, the producer, songwriter, engineer and mixer David Z. As an engineer at Paisley Park working with Prince amongst many others, he arranged and engineered the song ‘Kiss’ and worked with him on the albums Purple Rain and Under Cherry Moon. He…
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This exceptional episode of Electronically yours features a legend in the world of ambient music, Roger Eno. Brother of Brian Eno (with whom he has created several live and recorded pieces), his compositions entrance and beguile. Roger’s work covers intimate small scale orchestral, through to electronic and soundtrack pieces. His methodology is hea…
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Today’s episode of Electronically Yours features maverick songwriter & producer Pascal Gabriel. His career has spanned 30 years so far, from S-Express’s number 1 hit ‘Theme from S-Express’, Bomb The Bass’s landmark album ‘Beat Dis’, EMF’s multi-platinum ‘Schubert Dip’, Dido’s ‘Here With Me’ and ‘No Angel’, to later hits with Kylie, Ladyhawke, Will …
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Today’s episode of Electronically Yours features long-time Heaven 17 keyboardist, songwriter and solo artist Berenice Scott. As daughter of Robin Scott (the creator of M and worldwide smash Pop Muzik), she has grownup in a highly creative environment, and has also recently performed with Simple Minds and Holy Holy on their world tours. In addition …
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This very special edition of Electronically Yours to celebrate 1 million listens features an all-time legend of electronic music, one of the ‘famous four’ members of Kraftwerk, Wolfgang Flür. Apart from his stellar work on the greatest Kraftwerk albums, he continues to create great electronic music, most recently the excellent Magazine 1 with Peter…
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This unlocked Patreon-exclusive episode features one of Martyn’s oldest and best friends, Bill Gerber. Bill was Heaven 17’s US manager in the early 80’s, protégé of legendary artist manager Elliott Roberts (Neil Young, Crosby, Stills and Nash, America, Tom Petty, Tracy Chapman, Bob Dylan and The Cars amongst many others). Since then, Bill has becom…
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Today’s entertaining episode of Electronically Yours features on of Martyn’s best friends in the music business, Ricky Wilde. As brother of Kim Wilde, and son of 60’s pop star Marty Wilde, he is the songwriter, musician, and record producer responsible for almost all of Kim’s massive worldwide hits, including Kids In America. He was originally spot…
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This futuristic episode of Electronically Yours features a rising star in the world of future sound experience, Melpomeni Kermanidou AKA Sophia Space Agency. From orchestral torch songs to electronic ambient sound with glossolalia (or alien) as narrator, Melpomeni likes to cross genres. She is a singer, composer, songwriter, producer, arranger and …
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Today’s fascinating episode of Electronically Yours features James Ellis Ford, an artist who has been hidden in plain sight for his entire two-decade-long career. The composer, multi-instrumentalist, producer and songwriter has worked with some of the biggest names in music, from Arctic Monkeys to Depeche Mode via Foals, Gorillaz and Kylie Minogue,…
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Today’s special episode of Electronically Yours features the composer, musician, producer, singer, songwriter and multi-media artist, Annie Hogan. She is most famous for her crucial involvement with Marc Almond’s Marc and the Mambas. One of the first female DJ/promoters to emerge from the post-punk scene of Leeds and London, she spread her infectio…
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Today's exceptional Electronically Yours podcast episode features a legendary drummer and composer from the early Krautrock scene, Harald Grosskopf. He played drums in Wallenstein and Ashra, as well as for many of Klaus Schulze's solo albums. In 1980, he issued his debut LP, Synthesist, which became a cult classic of German electronic music, and st…
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Today's exciting guest on the Electronically Yours podcast features the DJ, remixer, songwriter, arranger and producer Steve Anderson, most famously associated with the prolific remix team Brothers In Rhythm. The multi-talented team were responsible for Heaven 17’s balearic flavoured remix of Temptation in 1992, which reached No 4 in the charts, an…
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Today’s entertaining episode of Electronically Yours features an old colleague of Martyn's, the record producer, engineer and mixer, David M. Allen. David is mostly known for his work with new wave, synth-pop and goth rock bands including the Cure, the Sisters of Mercy, the Chameleons, Depeche Mode, the Mission, the Associates, amongst many others.…
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Today's episode is part two of our special bumper double header featuring author and 80’s electronic music expert, Richard Evans. He has recently published an amazing and definitive new book ‘Listening To The Music The Machines Make - Inventing Electronic Pop, 1978 – 83’ which documents in great detail the music we love from that period. Richard is…
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Today's episode is part one of our special bumper double header featuring author and 80’s electronic music expert, Richard Evans. He has recently published an amazing and definitive new book ‘Listening To The Music The Machines Make - Inventing Electronic Pop, 1978 – 83’ which documents in great detail the music we love from that period. Richard is…
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Today’s entertaining episode of Electronically Yours features one of the UK’s most loved and respected radio DJs and authors, Stuart Maconie. His sharp wit, love of outsider music and friendly and engaging northern style has made him into a national treasure. Stuart’s TV and radio shows include Radio 6’s weekend breakfast show with Mark Radcliffe, …
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This eclectically electronic episode features Alex Paterson, the founder of one of the most successful dance acts of the 90’s, The Orb. Starting his journey as roadie for Killing Joke, and A&R at EG records, he moved into DJing. In 1989, Youth and Alex Paterson started the WAU! Mr. Modo label. Their early releases of a selection of industrial techn…
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