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Terminus
  • Artist: Electraset
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479908446
  • Item #: SRD990844
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 11/4/2008
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Terminus on CD

Electraset are Roy PJ Mullin (Synths, Backing Vocals) and Karen Whiting (Vocals). (Additional composing/writing/vocals Steve Bonshor) Formed in Nottingham 6 years ago, Roy was previously in Blue Vision, Warehouse, Out Of The Blue, and Nimbus, Karen was in Nimbus, Payola Disco, Plastic crabs, Katskills Disciples and also worked with PJ Court and Tig from The Primitives in a band called The Fixations. She has also done session work and features on CoCo steel and Lovebombs 'Great Ocean Road'. Roy, Karen and Steve are also behind the release of two Electro Compilation CD's in the last 2 years called 'Electraparade' featuring Martin Degville and Alien 6, and 'Transcontinental Electronica' featuring Marlow as well as 19 other electro acts from the UK, USA and Europe. NOTTINGHAM EVENING POST REVIEW. Electraset: Terminus With 13 tracks of pure electronica dance mayhem pounded out at an inconceivable rate this really is an ear thudding release from the new noise superstars. Complemented with haunting synthesising and formidable vocals this offering is an eccentric melee. Storming opener Café Inferno and keyboard heavy number Lonely Planet are both inventive examples of the style they clearly have. Maintaining a signature sound from beginning to end especially through booming number Holiday, Electraset are guaranteed to have the dance floors filled to the brim. Even for haters of experimental electro or anything in between this is still an infectious and pulsating release that is bound to get excitement and energy levels through the roof. If this release is anything to go by, Electraset are certainly ones to look out for. **** MATTHEW SMITH.