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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 funky episode of Electronically Yours features one of the most famous originators of the Chicago house scene, Derrick Carter. He is a DJ, record producer and musician, regarded as one of the best underground house key players currently active and is very popular in Europe. As a remixer, he has worked for a diverse range of artists including Th…
 
Today’s entertaining episode of Electronically Yours features one of the most popular characters in modern rock journalism, John Robb… He is also a singer, songwriter and bassist with his band The Membranes, and has written a multitude of books about his passion, punk and post punk music. His encyclopaedic rock knowledge is unimpeachable, and his l…
 
This fascinating episode of Electronically Yours features multi-talented musician, author and educator Martin Atkins. Martin is probably best known for his work in post-punk and industrial groups, particularly Public Image Limited, but also with Ministry, Nine Inch Nails, Pigface, and Killing Joke. He is a very successful author and a passionate ed…
 
Today's exciting episode of Electronically Yours features American songwriter, synthesist and producer Dave Gamson, most famous in the UK for his iconic work on Scritti Politti’s seminal 80’s albums Cupid and Psyche, Provision and Anomie & Bonhomie. His incredible list of production and writing credits includes Kesha, Kelly Clarkson, Jessie J, Adam…
 
This exciting Electronically Yours podcast features mysterious pop star and songwriter Zaine Griff. His brand of melodramatic new romantic synthpop was much admired in the early 80’s, and he collaborated with such luminaries as mime guru Lindsay Kemp and The Kinks, David Bowie, Kate Bush, Gary Numan and Hans Zimmer in music. His legendary ‘lost’ 80…
 
This episode of Electronically Yours is part 2 of our xmas special featuring Glenn reading your questions. We had such fun recording these episodes that we lost track of time, so we decided to split them into parts 1 and 2. Even more hilarious revelations about my life, the EY podcast and Heaven 17/BEF. Ladies and Gentlemen – have a great 2023 – it…
 
This very special Electronically Yours episode stars my buddy Glenn reading the huge number of questions sent in by you, the listeners. In fact, there were so many great (and funny) queries that we have had to split these over 2 episodes. So - this is the equivalent of bringing games in on the last day of school - the hilarious and enlightening Gle…
 
This unmissable Electronically Yours episode features record producer, songwriter, sound engineer, musician, DJ and author Richard Norris. He is most famous for his work with Dave Ball in The Grid, but his other collaborations include Robert Fripp, The Moog Foundation, Soft Cell, Psychic TV, Black Grape, Space, Yello, Shakespears Sister, Armand Van…
 
This extremely interesting episode of Electronically Yours features a bona fide national treasure, constantly in the public eye for decades – multiple world champion snooker player Steve Davis. But most astoundingly, he has reinvented his career by following his true passion – music. He is now a DJ who has performed at Glastonbury and is part of an…
 
Today’s intriguing Electronically Yours episode features the main man from electronic pop outfit Ladytron, Daniel Hunt. Daniel is a songwriter, producer, guitarist, keyboardist and DJ, and was a key part of the burgeoning Liverpool music scene in the 90’s. Club entrepreneur, member of multiple bands, movie score composer, Daniel was, and still is, …
 
Thiss fascinating episode of Electronically Yours features an innovator and true character of the 90’s dance scene, James Lavelle. He’s an electronic musician, record label owner and curator. He founded the Mo'Wax record label in 1992, and has been the only constant member of UNKLE. He directed the 2014 edition of the Meltdown festival on London's …
 
Today’s exciting episode of Electronically Yours features one of the most innovative and creative DJ’s of the last 30 years, Matt Black. As part of the DJ team Coldcut, he is a UK-based house and techno producer and DJ that is most known for his funky, deep-driving baselines, and uniquely engaging style. His enduring love of creative technology has…
 
This episode of Electronically Yours is an autobiography special with the man himself: Martyn Ware! He is a founding member of the bands The Human League, Heaven 17 and B.E.F., and has enjoyed a distinguished career as a producer, working with the likes of Erasure, Sananda Maitreya and Tina Turner. In 2000 he co-founded the world leading immersive …
 
Today’s exciting Electronically Yours episode features an old friend and true pioneer of electronic pop music, the great Andy McCluskey from Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark. Together with Paul Humphreys, they created some of the most engaging and loved albums and singles of the 80’s - Enola Gay, Joan of Arc, Maid of Orleans and many other hits… H…
 
This exciting Electronically Yours episode features one of the 80s most enduring and talented performers: Carol Decker. She is the lead vocalist of the band T'Pau, which had major international success in the late 1980s and early 1990s with timeless hits China In Your Hand, and Heart And Soul, and a number 1 album and single in the UK charts. Her c…
 
Today’s exceptional podcast interview features the absolute dons of electronic pop/funk/R&B, the legendary writing and production team of Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. No history of the development and success of black electronic popular music would be possible without the relentless genius of these two brilliant exponents of the art. Originating from…
 
Today’s podcast, originally released exclusively via my Patreon, features the fascinating and unique graphic design talents of Sheffield’s own Ian Anderson. Ian is the founder of world-famous design house The Designer’s Republic. They are best known for electronic music logos, album artwork and anti-establishment aesthetics. Since 1986, It has been…
 
Today’s very special episode features one of the UK’s most influential music producers - Steve Lipson. His credits are endless, but he is probably best known for his work as Trevor Horn’s right-hand man during the 80’s, including the magnificent Slave To The Rhythm. He has won Grammy’s, Brits and many awards, and it’s impossible to do justice to hi…
 
Todays’s episode, unlocked from the Patreon vaults, features the inimitable Scanner. Robin Rimbaud is an electronic musician who works under the alias Scanner, owing to his use of cell phones and police scanners in live performance. He is also a member of the band Githead with Wire's Colin Newman and Malka Spigel, and Max Franken from Minimal Compa…
 
Today’s incredible guest on Electronically Yours is the incomparably talented and fascinating Cosey Fanni Tutti. Best known for her time in the avant-garde groups Throbbing Gristle and Chris & Cosey, she has become a very famous conceptual performance artist who has inspired a generation… be amazed and fascinated. Ladies and gentlemen, her life is …
 
Today's exceptional guest is world-famous record producer and trance DJ Paul Oakenfold. Amongst his many successes he has been nominated three-times for a Grammy Award and twice for World Music Awards. He was also voted the No. 1 DJ in the World twice in 1998 and 1999 by DJ Magazine. Oakenfold has provided over 100 remixes for over 100 artists incl…
 
Today’s epic Electronically Yours episode features the man who could now be Prime Minister, Jeremy Corbyn. As a long serving and highly respected parliamentarian, he has led a life of service to world peace and social justice and remains a source of inspiration for socialists and for the young and oppressed everywhere. God knows we need a change in…
 
Today’s exceptional Electronically Yours episode features national broadcasting treasure and electronic musician Mark Radcliffe. His BBC shows Mark and Lard, and Radcliffe and Maconie have been part of the UK’s cultural fabric for decades, and his knowledge of music is second to none. His band UNE is performing regularly, and he continues to inspir…
 
Today’s unique Electronically Yours episode features the sublime and unusual talents of singer/songwriter Polly Saccattergood. Polly released her first single on Mute Records in 2009 since then she has released three studio albums. She has been described as ethereal, dark, intense and quirky, while her musical style has been described as "early 21s…
 
Today’s entertaining Electronically Yours episode features the original drummer of Joy Division and New Order, Stephen Morris. In addition, Stephen and his wife Gillian Gilbert formed The Other Two, a superb electro pop outfit, and also New Order spin-off Bad Lieutenant. He is now a published author, broadcaster, producer and all- round great guy! …
 
Today’s episode of Electronically Yours features one of the most famous UK DJ’s to emerge during the techno boom in the 90’s – Dave Clarke. Hip hop and post-punk were his initial major influences, including The Damned. He quickly became fascinated by electronic production, forming his first band Hardcore on XL, then released a series of albums, lea…
 
Today’s exciting Electronically Yours episode (unlocked from Electronically Ours) features the legendary Charlie Morrow. Charlie (a native New Yorker) is a world-famous composer, sound artist, performer, and innovator whose goal over the past four decades has been to bring experimental sound and music to a wider audience. And, through avenues inclu…
 
Today’s exceptional episode of Electronically Yours features a true legend, Gary D. Hines. He has led multi-Grammy award-winning collective Sounds of Blackness for 50 years, creating an inspiring hybrid of Pop, Hip-Hop, Rhythm & Blues, Jazz, Latin, Rock, Blues, Reggae, Ragtime, Classical and Gospel. Gary has also worked with Quincy Jones, Jimmy “Ja…
 
Today’s exciting episode (originally exclusively released on the Electronically Ours Patreon page) features the immense talents of Jonathan Barnbrook. Jonathan is most famous for designing David Bowie’s album covers from Heathen onwards, including the magnificent Blackstar. He is one of the most popular contemporary British graphic designers, and i…
 
Today's epic podcast features another hilarious discussion the the great Richard Hawley. Amongst many other things he is a fantastic singer/songwriter and arranger in the grand tradition, creating Sheffield-based emotional soundscapes. This time we talk more about his astounding guitar session playing career, and the many very famous artists he has…
 
Today’s very special 100th episode features DJ and all-time legend of dance music, the one and only Norman Cooke AKA Fatboy Slim. There is literally no-one who wouldn’t recognise his parade of massive mash-up hits, including ‘Right Here, Right Now’, ‘Praise You’, ‘Rockefeller Skank’. Emerging from The Housemartins, he has defined an entire genre of…
 
Tomorrow’s eclectic episode of Electronically Yours features the multifarious talents of one of Martyn’s oldest friends, Chris Sullivan. Since leaving Merthyr Tydfil as a teenager, he has become a DJ, author, band frontman, painter, style commentator, entrepreneur, script-writer, fashion designer, artist and all-round godfather of partying… Ladies …
 
Today’s fascinating episode of Electronically Yours features one of the 80’s most recognisable and successful singer-songwriters – Lloyd Cole. He had a string of big international hits as Lloyd Cole and the Commotions, and since then he has become a prolific and well-respected solo artist. Most interestingly, since his guitar-driven heyday, he has …
 
This week’s exciting Electronically Yours episode features a truly iconic figure in the history of electronic pop music, David Vorhaus. David started his career as an early member of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, where he met Delia Derbyshire. They went on to form White Noise, whose first album An Electric Storm was released at the peak of the psyc…
 
Today’s fascinating guest on Electronically Yours is the hitmaker and producer Richard X. Richard X and Martyn met when he requested permission to put out a compilation of pre Human League/Future demos, which Martyn named The Golden Hour of the Future for his label Black Melody. Since then he has become a highly successful and innovative producer f…
 
Today’s exceptional episode of Electronically Yours features a superstar producer, DJ and artist William Orbit. His dance, ambient and classical sensibilities and arrangements made him one of the world’s go-to producers for artists like Madonna (Ray Of Light), and a huge number of successful projects for the likes of Prince, Britney Spears, Mel C, …
 
Today’s fascinating Electronically Yours episode features one of the 80’s most successful producers, Richard James Burgess. He is also renowned for his electronic pop project, Landscape, and their seminal and much loved hit Einstein-A-Gogo. He has produced, recorded and performed on a multitude of gold, platinum and multi-platinum albums, and is kn…
 
Today’s exciting episode of Electronically Yours features one of the greatest contemporary electronic songwriters, John Grant. After a successful career with The Czars, John started his stellar solo career in 2010 and has several Top 10 albums to his name. His increasing love-affair with an electronic sound palette has lead to an incredible hybrid …
 
Today’s exceptional guest is Richard Barbieri, the original synthesist for one of my favourite groups; Japan. His other musical projects include Rain Tree Crow, Jensen/Barbieri/Karn and many solo albums, but most notably as a member of Porcupine Tree for over 10 years. He is the master of atmosphere and mystery; dream-inspired soundscapes, haunting…
 
Today’s exciting episode of Electronically Yours features two of Martyn’s oldest friends, Claudia Brücken and Susanne Freytag from XPropaganda. As Propaganda in the 80’s, they created a series of seminal recordings with Trevor Horn and ZTT, and their current work with Steve Lipson Claudia also formed the electronic band Act with Thomas Leer, and la…
 
Todays episode features Peter Coyle, lead singer of the Lotus Eaters who are responsible for one of the most beautiful songs of the 80’s - The First Picture Of You… Peter was also a major player and promoter in the club scene in the 90’s and continues to create beautiful and innovative music to the present day - and he’s a lovely guy… He has also w…
 
Today’s Electronically Yours episode features one of the world’s great synthesiser player/composers; Larry Fast. He is best known for his 1975–1987 series of electronic albums as Synergy, and for his amazing studio work on hugely successful albums for Peter Gabriel, Foreigner, Nektar, Hall & Oates, Jim Steinman etc. He was also part of Gabriel’s to…
 
This exclusive episode of Electronically Ours (originally only available via our Patreon) is very special and features two old friends of Martyn, who are both luminaries at the top of their professions – Professor Malcolm Garrett, legendary graphic designer for an amazing range of artists including The Human League, Heaven 17, British Electric Foun…
 
This now unlocked Patreon members episode features a very special and exclusive interview with Yuri Suzuki; legendary sound artist, designer and electronic musician. His practice explores the realms of sound through designed pieces that examine the relationship between people and their environments - questioning how both music and sound evolve to c…
 
Today’s out of this world episode of Electronically Yours features a true originator of all the electronic sounds that were part of our childhoods. Brian Hodgson was a core member of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, most famously associated with soundtracks and sound effects for Doctor Who. Brian was not only the sound designer responsible for the TAR…
 
Today’s epic episode of Electronically Yours features, without doubt, one of the most influential proto-punk artists; Martin Rev. His provocative and game-changing work as half of the truly exceptional New York band Suicide was unique, and influenced a huge number of electronic pop bands. Their’s was a glimpse of the future as ‘no future’ in the 70…
 
Today’s fascinating guest on Electronically Yours is German techno DJ and Mute recording artist Chris Liebing. After three decades working dancefloors with pummelling techno, Chris Liebing has a formidable reputation as a DJ and as a recording artist. His new album shows off his fantastic dancefloor creations and songwriting ability. Highly regarde…
 
Today’s Prince-themed special edition of Electronically Yours features one of the most important musicians who played with Prince in the Sign O' The Times era. Of all the musicians who played with Prince in the Sign O' The Times era, Matt Fink—AKA Dr. Fink—was one of the only players who witnessed Prince's full musical transformation first-hand. Dr…
 
Today’s extra-special Electronically Yours episode is part 2 of my interview with the one and only Mark White, most famous for founding legendary Sheffield bands Vice Versa and ABC. Our discussion entertainingly covers his career highlights with ABC after the immense worldwide success of Lexicon of Love, discussing in detail Beauty Stab, Zillionair…
 
Today’s Electronically Yours episode features the much-underrated talents of Billie Ray Martin, most famous for a string of hits with 90’s electro outfit Electribe 101. Her soaring, soul-inflected vocals were the perfect foil for the driving, electronic dance songs, and her songwriting and solo career remains to this day of the highest quality and …
 
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