Analogue Circuit: Live At The Roundhouse

Metamatic Records are excited to announce that Analogue Circuit: Live At The Roundhouse by John Foxx And The Maths was released on 15th October 2012 and is now available for order HERE

Analogue Circuit: Live At The Roundhouse is limited to 2000 copies only.

The 3 disc set features the first ever live John Foxx DVD, plus a double album of the show, all in striking new artwork by designer Jonathan BarnbrookAnalogue Circuitbrings to life one of the most lavish and ambitious projects of the artist’s 30 year career – filmed in June 2010 with multiple cameras at one of London’s biggest and most distinctive venues. Rich, powerful analogue synths; Robin Simon on guitar playing early Ultravox material; surreal VJ cut-ups and Barnbrook graphics; a film by I Robot director Alex Proyas, a brilliant opening Metamatic section; songs from the recent classic, Interplay; all of this in a unique, one-off show. Extras include a photo galleryJonathan Barnbrook’s films for ‘Interplay‘ and an interview with Future Music just before the band went on stage. This fantastic box set is a John Foxx And The Maths online store exclusive.

Watch ‘Underpass’ performed by John Foxx And The Maths on Analogue Circuit:

Analogue Circuit: Live At The Roundhouse

Metamatic Records are excited to announce that Analogue Circuit: Live At The Roundhouse by John Foxx And The Maths was released on 15th October 2012 and is now available for order HERE

Analogue Circuit: Live At The Roundhouse is limited to 2000 copies only.

The 3 disc set features the first ever live John Foxx DVD, plus a double album of the show, all in striking new artwork by designer Jonathan BarnbrookAnalogue Circuitbrings to life one of the most lavish and ambitious projects of the artist’s 30 year career – filmed in June 2010 with multiple cameras at one of London’s biggest and most distinctive venues. Rich, powerful analogue synths; Robin Simon on guitar playing early Ultravox material; surreal VJ cut-ups and Barnbrook graphics; a film by I Robot director Alex Proyas, a brilliant opening Metamatic section; songs from the recent classic, Interplay; all of this in a unique, one-off show. Extras include a photo galleryJonathan Barnbrook’s films for ‘Interplay‘ and an interview with Future Music just before the band went on stage. This fantastic box set is a John Foxx And The Maths online store exclusive.

Watch ‘Underpass’ performed by John Foxx And The Maths on Analogue Circuit:

Analogue Circuit: Live At The Roundhouse

Metamatic Records are excited to announce that Analogue Circuit: Live At The Roundhouse by John Foxx And The Maths was released on 15th October 2012 and is now available for order HERE

Analogue Circuit: Live At The Roundhouse is limited to 2000 copies only.

The 3 disc set features the first ever live John Foxx DVD, plus a double album of the show, all in striking new artwork by designer Jonathan BarnbrookAnalogue Circuitbrings to life one of the most lavish and ambitious projects of the artist’s 30 year career – filmed in June 2010 with multiple cameras at one of London’s biggest and most distinctive venues. Rich, powerful analogue synths; Robin Simon on guitar playing early Ultravox material; surreal VJ cut-ups and Barnbrook graphics; a film by I Robot director Alex Proyas, a brilliant opening Metamatic section; songs from the recent classic, Interplay; all of this in a unique, one-off show. Extras include a photo galleryJonathan Barnbrook’s films for ‘Interplay‘ and an interview with Future Music just before the band went on stage. This fantastic box set is a John Foxx And The Maths online store exclusive.

Watch ‘Underpass’ performed by John Foxx And The Maths on Analogue Circuit:

Analogue Circuit: Live At The Roundhouse

Metamatic Records are excited to announce that Analogue Circuit: Live At The Roundhouse by John Foxx And The Maths was released on 15th October 2012 and is now available for order HERE

Analogue Circuit: Live At The Roundhouse is limited to 2000 copies only.

The 3 disc set features the first ever live John Foxx DVD, plus a double album of the show, all in striking new artwork by designer Jonathan BarnbrookAnalogue Circuitbrings to life one of the most lavish and ambitious projects of the artist’s 30 year career – filmed in June 2010 with multiple cameras at one of London’s biggest and most distinctive venues. Rich, powerful analogue synths; Robin Simon on guitar playing early Ultravox material; surreal VJ cut-ups and Barnbrook graphics; a film by I Robot director Alex Proyas, a brilliant opening Metamatic section; songs from the recent classic, Interplay; all of this in a unique, one-off show. Extras include a photo galleryJonathan Barnbrook’s films for ‘Interplay‘ and an interview with Future Music just before the band went on stage. This fantastic box set is a John Foxx And The Maths online store exclusive.

Watch ‘Underpass’ performed by John Foxx And The Maths on Analogue Circuit:

‘I Dream Of Wires’ documentary

 

 

 

 

 

 

John Foxx, Benge and Gary Numan were all recently interviewed for a new documentary about Modular Synthesizers. All three were interviewed at Benge’s studio in London. For more info about the I Dream Of Wires documentary please visit their Facebook page HERE

Gary Numan & John Foxx at Benge’s Maths’ studio

Gary Numan was recently filmed by the BLOC festival at Benge’s Maths studio in London. Gary talks about the impact the first three Ultravox albums – Ultravox!, Ha! Ha! Ha! and Systems Of Romance had on his own pioneering work.

Meanwhile, Gary plays at the BLOC festival along with Orbital, Squarepusher, Jeff Mills and many more on Saturday 7th July.

Uncut Magazine

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 for synthesisers proved a little exotic for a general public still absorbing the shock of punk. The zeitgeist, of course, caught up with Foxx although he still remains on the fringes. Unfairly, perhaps. The Shape Of Things, a collaboration with London synth collector Benge, couches his dolorous laments amid a retrofuturist show of bubbling electronics. It works well enough that when ‘Falling Away’ pastes on some broiling guitar feedback it sounds almost superfluous.’