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Nostalgic for the electronic sound of 80s New Wave, Synth Pop and New Romantic music?





ARE you nostalgic for the electronic sound of 80s New Wave, Synth Pop and New Romantic music?

Then the Electromantics are for you.

Electromantics
Electromantics

And they are coming to Arlington Arts, Snelsmore, on Friday, February 23 (8pm).

Electromantics specialise in the Electronic sound of 80s New Wave, Synth Pop and New Romantic music.

Stunning attention to detail brings exact replicas of songs, originally made famous by the following artists, to live music venues across the UK: Depeche Mode, Soft Cell, The Human League, Visage, Kraftwerk, New Order, OMD, Yazoo, Ultravox, Frankie goes to Hollywood, Blancmange, Japan, Duran Duran, China Crisis, Erasure, A Flock of Seagulls, Devo, Tears for Fears, Gary Numan, Howard Jones – the Eighties were a time of radical changes in music and fashion.

In the aftermath of the Punk revolution, daring New Romantics embraced new sounds and technologies to change the face of music forever. Electromantics pay tribute to these pioneers with a live show that is as visually stunning as it is sonically accurate.

Electromantics
Electromantics

Known for their incredible live performances. Electromantics are the only band to feature the robotic dancing of Manochrome.

Formed during lockdown, after performing for 15 years as Electro 80s, Electromantics completed their new band lineup with the addition of Andrew Dixon (Gold) and immediately started work creating the perfect live set.

Tickets can bebooked online, from the box office during opening hours (10am to 4.30pm weekdays) or over the phone (01635) 244246.

Age restriction: 18+.

Visit https://arlington-arts.com for more information.



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