Electronic Sound Magazine

Electronic Sound, the online magazine of all things errr… electronic, has now become a physical printed issue too. Entering the analogue world with issue 2.0 (pictured), they’ve just published issue 21 which comes with a free CD of current electronic artists covering old synth classics (Paul Hartnoll does Kraftwerk’s ‘Numbers’ for instance). Well worth picking up with no-nonsense writing, clean design and beautiful photography, they straddle the current, historical and even delve into features on the machines that make the music.


Synthesizer Dave’s Workshop goes step-by-step through repairing an Italian Multiman-S, Jack Dangers is their resident archivist, giving a brief lowdown on Lovely Music’s Ltd‘s output and Dave Henderson unearths the genesis of his Wild Planet column for Sounds magazine. Add a ton of current release reviews, including Kris Needs‘ weird grab bag and interviews with everyone from Karl Bartos, Tim Gane, Beth Orton, Alan Rankin and more and it’s a must read. They have a subscriber deal on right now – 3 issues for a fiver. The next issue is out in September after which it should run monthly and there are more CDs promised over the next few issues.


4 thoughts on “Electronic Sound Magazine

  1. “Particularly for a music magazine, it’s a really good excuse to put music in there. It works within the app, so when you hit a video you don’t get taken off to YouTube – it plays inside the app and you don’t want to lose people.”

  2. I’ve not read it yet but it looks like a general piece on their history, the reissues are mentioned at the end, it’s 4 pages long

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *