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Introducing: Memoryy

Memoryy is the electro-pop project of American producer Shaun Hettinger. On top of gaining increasing media exposure for his own releases as Memoryy, he has also gained attention for writing the Netflix Chelsea Handler theme song, as well as for his official remixes for acts like Body Language, Bridgit Mendler, King Deco, and Paperwhite. He has recently released his album Skeletons which can be streamed on Spotify and is available on all major digital stores. We caught up with Shaun for a chat.

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Introducing: Patchwork Rattlebag

Patchwork Rattlebag are based in Salford, UK. They mix up a variety of musical, artistic and performance genres to make music that can be challenging, entrancing and unique. Their most recent single, On My Own was released on 24th April 2017, and we caught up with the band for a chat.

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Introducing: Koy

KOY is the solo project of Berlin-based composer and singer Victoria Trunova. Born in St. Petersburg and growing up in Germany, KOY has been moving between Berlin, Helsinki, Oslo and Bergen. Along the way KOY has been collecting musical traces that travel with her. Inspired by a wild mixture and the denial of nationalities, KOY’s music moves between cutting new wave beats, 80’s dream pop, 70’s movies, the sea and salt – mixed with some November darkness and a burning heart.

We caught up with her about her latest single and music.

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Introducing: Seersha

New artist Seersha is a songwriter, vocalist and producer hailing from the USA. Listening to her chill electropop vibe, it’s hard to believe that just six months ago you would have found her in Nashville writing primarily country songs for anyone but herself. We’ve previously featured Seersha’s work before and now, Mark managed to catch up with this talented artist about her new track, current projects and future.

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Introducing: Heedless

Heedless is the solo musical project of Uvika Wahi. As well as recently beginning to explore her talents as a musician, she is writes about feminism and mental health via the ‘uncouth uncouth’ website. Musically, she has a very melodic take on left field electronica, drawing from a wide array of influences from techno to ambient to create a sound weaves between the experimental end of IDM and a populist dance floor sensibility.  Read our interview here.

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Introducing: PoP Campaign

PoP Campaign are the kind of band that we love here at Electronic North. Different, DIY, interesting and not afraid to include a message with their music. Mark recently interviewed this fascinating and talented duo – have a read.

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Introducing: Illustrial

Bradford’s Illustrial has had a long and varied career stretching over 10 years with highlights including several great collaborations, TV placements and sharing a stage with ex-Kraftwerk electronic superstar Wolfgang Flur last year. We caught up with Illustrial main man Darren to chat music, live dates and about his latest album Barbie Doll Riot.

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Introducing: Jake Brett

Having just released his debut album, Jake Brett And The Boleen Modifier, Multi-Instrumentalist and Producer Jake Brett is steadily building his fanbase gaining coverage in Vibe, The Argus and The Music Site, whilst playing a variety of music/visual shows around the south east and hosting Art Exhibitions. We caught up with Jake for a quick chat.

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