There’s an excellent new feature in Frieze magazine about pioneering German producer Conny Plank, who worked with John Foxx on Ultravox’s Systems Of Romance. Plank was one of the most innovative producers in electronic music, pivotal in the careers of … Read the rest of this entry →
In depth interview with John Foxx and Benge (The Maths) about their album The Shape Of Things HERE
(Photo by Mike Cooper) THE SHAPE OF THINGS REVIEWS – 7/10 CLASSIC ROCK Electronic pioneer shows how it’s done. Named after an HG Wells novel, this album’s title omits the words ‘To Come’, possibly because John Foxx has been living … Read the rest of this entry →
REVIEW OF THE SHAPE OF THINGS (RELEASED ON 19 MARCH, 2012) 4/5 MOJO MAGAZINE Early Ultravox enigma’s second with Benge. Never a man to shout from the rooftops when an electronically distorted murmur will do, John Foxx is quietly top-ranking … Read the rest of this entry →
Two more reviews for The Shape Of Things –
UNCUT REVIEW OF THE SHAPE OF THINGS 7/10 The original alienated synthesist, still exploring the analogue . . . Before finding success with vocalist Midge Ure, Ultravox were led by the Chorley-born John Foxx, whose pale, alien appearance and passion … Read the rest of this entry →
John will be a guest on Radcliffe and Maconie’s show on 6 Music next Tues afternoon (31 Jan).
FACT MAGAZINE have previewed the new Belbury Poly Mix of ‘Summerland’, taken from the ltd edition double CD of the new album, The Shape Of Things. They also describe the new album as ‘rooted in the classic electronic pop tradition … Read the rest of this entry →
The full interview is HERE
Photo by Mike Cooper.
There’s a new in-depth interview with Hannah Peel HERE
You can also follow Hannah on Twitter HERE