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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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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 …
 
Today’s exciting Electronically Yours episode features Kate Jackson and Dorian Cox, the originators of the excellent and well-respected Sheffield-based group The Long Blondes. Their edgy and melodic alt/art rock stylings have been re-energised by their current determination to create electronic-based pop/rock on their forthcoming album. Kate is als…
 
Today’s exciting Electronically Yours episode features a much underrated and important member of iconic 80’s band ABC – Mark White. He started by forming the very electronic Vice Versa with Steve Singleton, which then evolved into the magnificent sophisti-pop of ABC. His contribution to the collaborative songwriting and production of both bands can…
 
Today’s Electronically Yours guest is Mark Ayres, member of the legendary BBC Radiophonic Workshop, most famous for their TV work in particular Doctor Who. Mark is also the driving force behind the renaissance of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop’s recent live shows. He is also helping to preserve their magnificent legacy… Ladies and gentlemen - makers …
 
Today’s episode of Electronically Yours features the possibly the most exciting guest ever to appear on the podcast series. He is a world famous actor and comedian who’s characters have become embedded in the national consciousness. Alan Partridge and Saxondale are creations of comic genius, and his film Philomena shows that he is also a fine serio…
 
Today’s Electronically Yours episode feature one of the UK’s most famous and exciting directorial talents, the legendary film and video auteur, Tim Pope. Tim is most famous for his unique and thought-provoking promotional music videos for such bands as Talk Talk, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Soft Cell, The Style Council amongst many others. He has al…
 
Part one of the Electronically Yours Super Synth Special features legendary electronic music producer Gareth Jones. Gareth is a major producer and has worked with many top electronic acts including Depeche Mode, Einstürzende Neubauten, Wire and Erasure, and has devoted his professional life to the creation of electronic music. He is also a great fr…
 
Part two of the Electronically Yours Super Synth Special features synth expert and collector Roger Lyons. Roger is a true synth expert - not only has he acted as synth tech for New Order and Kaiser Chiefs amongst many others, he has a studio jam packed full of all kinds of synthesisers. His insights into this highly technical world are fascinating……
 
Today’s Electronically Yours episode features Neal X, original member of Sigue Sigue Sputnik (produced by Giorgio Moroder), incandescent guitarist and arranger for such luminaries as Marc Almond, Adam Ant, The Loveless and The Montecristos. He is immediately recognisable as a post-punk legend, and is massively respected by the world of punk and 80’…
 
Today’s episode of Electronically Yours features famous Dutch orchestrator and artist Stephen Emmer. Stephen has worked with some of the biggest artists in music, including The Associates, The Cure, ACT, Patti Austin, Chaka Khan, Leon Ware, and was a member of The Lotus Eaters . Additionally, we mustn’t forget his beautiful work with Glenn Gregory …
 
Today’s episode of Electronically Yours features the very popular singer and songwriter Paul Heaton, leader of The Housemartins and The Beautiful South, both massively successful bands in the 80s and 90s. He has pursued a solo career since then. The Guardian described him as ‘one of our finest songwriters: his music reveals an exuberant ear for mel…
 
Today's exciting Electronically Yours episode features former World No 1 DJ and famous Radio 1 host Judge Jules. His own club In Ibiza - Judgment - was massively popular. With his involvement in Classical Dance concerts, as well as a successful clothing range, the Judge is a box of tricks… He is also a successful producer and entertainment lawyer (…
 
Episode one of the Xmas 2021 super-duper double-header of Electronically Yours features an in-depth, no-holds-barred chat with my best buddy for over 40 years, my partner-in-crime in Heaven 17, Glenn Gregory. We talk about his successful career in TV and film music, and his personal musical projects including Ugly and Afterhere. This will warm the …
 
Episode two of the Xmas bumper double-header of Electronically Yours features a very special interviews with my very good friends Marcus Vere (Living In A Box) and my long time collaborator and co-producer Phil Legg. Both are amongst my closest friends, and both continue to have successful careers in the music business for over 35 years. Hell, we e…
 
Today’s episode of Electronically Yours features two of the UK’s most innovative musicians/producers, Dean Honer and Adrian Flanagan. Their multifarious exploits and adventures in sound range from All Seeing I, I Monster and The Eccentronic Research Council amongst many others, most recently The Moonlandingz and International Teachers of Pop. In ad…
 
Today’s Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware episode features the very talented co-creator of La Roux, Ben Langmaid. Ben’s songwriting and production talents (together with Elly Jackson) have garnered many awards including a Grammy for La Roux’s eponymous first album. Ben has written and produced for many other acts, and is currently writing a mus…
 
Today’s Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware episode features Canadian band Men Without Hats founder and vocalist Ivan Doroschuk. Their number one hit song ‘The Safety Dance’ shot them into worldwide superstardom, and even now the bizarre video set in a fantasy medieval land is totally enchanting. But under this shiny exterior lies a pure pop sens…
 
Today’s Electronically Yours episode features major TV and film star Maxine Peake. She is best known for her outstanding portrayals of strong, characterful women (Silk, Dinnerladies, Shameless, The Village, Black Mirror) - she plays Hamlet and comedy roles with equal aplomb… But why is she on EY? Her singer/narrator work with The Eccentronic Resear…
 
Today’s Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware episode features the enigmatic electronic pop talents of Thomas Leer. Over 40 years he has created beautiful compositions, and despite his elusiveness has always been a respected composer and performer. In particular, his work as Rental and Leer is legendary, as his is collaboration with Claudia Brucken…
 
Today’s Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware features the ubiquitous and charming talents of Nick Beggs, original member of Kajagoogoo and very popular and talented gun-for-hire bass and Chapman stick player. He is also famous for Iona, Ellis Beggs and Howard, Mute Gods and the Steven Wilson band. Kim Wilde, Howard Jones, Gary Numan - the list goe…
 
Today’s Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware episode features the multifarious talents of Martin Glover, better known as Youth. He is an in demand record producer and bassist, best known as founding member of the legendary band Killing Joke. He has produced and remixed an enormous range of famous artists and bands, including Tom Jones, The Orb, Sy…
 
Today’s Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware episode features musician and Wednesday fan - the Reverend himself from the Sheffield’s own Reverend and the Makers, Jon McClure. Apart from being a great performer, he is also a true socialist (like myself), Jon’s music eclectically ranges from rock to dance to electronic, and their epic tuuuune ‘Heavy…
 
Today’s Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware episode features the fascinating talents of Marcella Detroit, most famous for Shakespears Sister, recording lead vocals for their epic, 8-week no. 1 hit single Stay. She originally toured and recorded with Eric Clapton, and co-wrote Lay Down Sally with him. She has also cowrote and recorded with Elton J…
 
Today’s episode of Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware features one of the great characters of post-punk pop, Pete Wylie. Most famous for his band The Mighty Wah! (AKA Wah!, Wah Heat!, Shambeko!, Say Wah! etc.etc.), his most popular hit single was The Story Of The Blues which reached no. 3 in the UK charts. His excellent songwriting is only match…
 
Today's Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware episode features Tim Burgess, musician, singer-songwriter and record label owner, best known as the lead singer of the The Charlatans. His unique look, talent and songwriting style (60’s west coast psychedelia, acid house and Syd Barrett era Pink Floyd) has created a highly successful stream of singles …
 
Today’s Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware episode features Will Sargeant, guitarist and powerhouse behind Echo and the Bunnymen. He also has long-term ties with the experimental side of life, in the fields of performance, recording and the visual arts. He has produced solo and collaborative works since the 1980s including many national and inte…
 
Today’s Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware episode features one of Martyn’s closest friends and most important collaborators- Andy Bell. Erasure are probably the best loved electronic pop band in the world, and Andy’s unique voice and exceptional performance talent is second to none. This is definitely one of my favourite episodes… He is a great…
 
Today’s exciting episode of Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware features an incredibly talented old friend, Alan Rankine from the legendary band The Associates, which he co-founded with the brilliant Billy Mackenzie. Alan’s talent for arranging and producing (and his guitar and keyboard skills) helped to create 3 of the greatest albums of the pos…
 
Today’s episode of Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware stars Nik Kershaw, the well-loved singer-songwriter and producer who has had huge success in the 1980’s worldwide. Nik released eight Top 40 singles, including Wouldn’t It Be Good’, ‘I Won’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me’, ‘Human Racing’ and ‘The Riddle’. His 62 weeks on the UK singles chart thro…
 
Today’s Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware podcast features Tom Bailey - lead singer, writer and driving force behind the massively successful Thompson Twins, purveyors of the finest pop music since the early 80’s. ‘Hold Me Now’, ‘Doctor Doctor’, ‘We Are Detective’ and many other worldwide MTV smashes put the Thompson Twins into the highest eche…
 
Today’s Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware episode features multi-instrumentalist, electronic music legend and fellow Yorkshireman Billy Currie. Billy was a key player in the bands Ultravox, Visage and Tubeway Army/Gary Numan amongst many others. His keen sense of melody and mood, and his violin playing was ubiquitous in the early 80’s on TV. Hi…
 
Today’s Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware features Carrie and David Grant. David is most well-known for his solo pop career in the 80’s, and Carrie for her work on TV talent contest Fame Academy, Pop Idol, Comic Relief and many other TV shows.They are married with four neurodivergent children, are both highly respected vocal and performance coa…
 
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