Tag Archives: Electric Six

RAMzine 20 Wednesday 13

RAMzine 20 | Wednesday 13, Bloodstock, Godsized

RAMzine Issue 20 is out now featuring an interview with ‘The Duke of Spook’ Mr Wednesday 13, the massive Bloodstock Festival Review and our account of Godsized sneaking back for a quick show. In our RAMzine Classis’s Series, we delve back into ’71 Cooper album Love It To Death and we celebrate the now crowned Modern Classic How We Both Wondrously ...

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Interview with Dick Valentine of Electric Six

You think you’ve interviewed interesting band members, and then you get to interview Dick Valentine. The lead singer of the ever-prevailing Electric Six gave us a raw, unfiltered insight into the unforgiving realities of the music industry and coping with being an artist for a career. But we also spoke about underwater rollercoasters. Completely standard stuff for an interview with ...

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Live: Electric Six, O2 Academy, Birmingham

When Blank Parody come on stage, we don’t know what to expect. Some members are looking relaxed in their jeans and tees but their frontman is dressed to impress in a sharp blazer. They belt out loud and proud alternative rock, providing a decent spectacle to the crowd. They don’t let those ‘opening band blues’ hold them back one bit, ...

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Review: Electric Six – Fresh Blood For Tired Vampyres

SEX! DISCO! GORE! MORE SEX! GUITAR SOLOS! NEAR-EXTRATERRESTRIAL KEYBOARDS! That’s right ladies and gents, the only band to convincingly replicate the sound of a LSD-fuelled-disco-rock-orgy are back. Electric Six return with their twelfth studio album, Fresh Blood For Tired Vampyres. The ever blunt-yet-witty Dick Valentine shows us they are the same lovably, crazy bunch that we came to adore all ...

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Electric Six announce new album and UK tour

The early 00s was an odd time for rock music, if you remember any band you’re going to remember Electric Six. Now they are back with a multi-date UK tour, and new album ‘Fresh Blood For Tired Vampyres’ The album is released on October 7th via Metropolis Records. The funk-rockers are also embarking on a UK tour to celebrate the ...

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