Birmingham Electric is the brainchild of Netherlands-based American expat electronic musician, vocalist and audio engineer Andrew Evans. Birmingham Electric's sound recalls synthpop, post-punk and new wave elements recombined in a modern context.
In the studio, Birmingham Electric have an ongoing collaboration with Berlin-based techno taste-maker Mark Reeder (Factory Records, MFS Records) and his production partner Micha Adam.
Here you can find an overview of all the bands that have been on a volume of our electropop. series. Except for Isaak Junkie (who slipped through once and is therefore represented twice), each artist is only represented once. Have fun browsing through our alphabetical list.
John von Ahlen, a Melbourne native is the mastermind behind Parralox's world-class sound. Parralox have specifically made a splash within the club culture due to their cutting-edge, electronic pop sound. Noteworthy critics who have praised Parralox include MTV Buzzworthy, LOGO, Popjustice, Perez Hilton, Arjan Writes, Elektro Magazine and more.
The Motion Epic is a Synth-Pop/Retrowave Project comprised of Singer/Songwriter Pat DiMeo and Producer Andreas Koliakoudakis.
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