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Magazine & Vinyl BundleElectronic Sound covers electronic music and culture with a side order of art and technology. In-depth coverage of the contemporary scene, the pioneers, the machines, and the current thinking of the electronic music world. With great writing, beautiful design and photography, Electronic Sound is the perfect magazine for plugged in people everywhere.INSIDE THIS ISSUE
From its beginnings in 1958, the legend of The Radiophonic Workshop continues to grow. For this month’s cover feature, we report on an intimate 60th anniversary celebration of the Workshop and interview many of the key players of this trailblazing institution. We also examine the myth of Delia Derbyshire and talk to the last composer to leave the building when the BBC decided to wind down the Workshop in the late 1990s.
Elsewhere this issue, we have an exclusive extract from the new The The biography ‘‘Long Shadows, High Hopes: The Life And Times Of Matt Johnson & The The’, in which we find Matt Johnson in a bit of a bind in deepest South America on the video shoot from hell, and catch up the legendary Jon Hassell, who is making the music of his life at a mere 81 years old. Age means nothing round these parts.
But there’s more… Norwich’s double-trouble duo Let’s Eat Grandma speak to us about their fine new album and we meet L’Orange, who is making some incredible 21st century hip hop. We nod appreciatively in the direction of Italian electronic music pioneer Doris Norton and talk ‘Twin Peaks’ with Chromatics’ Johnny Jewel, who has a tale or two to tell.
And there’s even more… Jeff Wayne discusses the making ‘War Of The Worlds’, former Thompson Twin Tom Bailey returns with his debut solo album and reveals his formative influences, Black Box tell the whole truth about the making of their enormo-smash ‘Ride On Time’, and you can even take a peek at Daphne Oram and her amazing Oramic machine…