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Shoegaze in a New Decade: Northern Star Records Release Split 7″ Single

Northern Star regulars The Electric Mainline and Soundwire have teamed up to release a split 7″ single featuring the tracks All Too Much and A Little Death. The Electric Mainline’s Scott Causer (who also co-founded Northern Star Records), says the split single is a natural fit for both bands and the songs on the single. […]

Shoegaze in a New Decade: Interview with The Electric Mainline

Originally forming in 2004 and consisting of countless line-ups since then, English psych act The Electric Mainline are a band with experience and versatility. Now a London-based quartet, The Electric Mainline are embracing a new era of stability and the concept of tackling aspirations “one step at a time”. Scott, Rob and Adam spoke to […]

Shoegaze in a New Decade: Don’t You Know The Electric Mainline?

“Dirty, gritty rock and roll is needed,” Black Rebel Motorcycle Club’s Peter Hayes once said. And The Electric Mainline have delivered: with, quite appropriately, a song about lust. Coming from a band steeped in shoegaze, psych and noise rock, Don’t You Know is suitably fuzzy and built atop a cornerstone of crunchy guitars. Written five […]