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Near Future
Ideal Home

‘80s electro-poppers Blancmange are still going, who knew! Neil Arthur, now the only member has collaborated with Bernholz, an electronic artist who performs solo and as part of Gazelle Twin, as Near Future. Ideal home is a ...view item »

Unfurnished Rooms

New material from 80s synth pop mavericks Blancmange. These days they just consist of singer Neil Arthur helped out by producer extraordinaire Benge (John Foxx, Gazelle Twin). Here the duo mine a rich and fertile stream of electronic rock and are helped out by uber fan John Grant...view item »

First Light

Fader is a new band made up of two well versed electro synth stalwarts Neil Arthur (Blancmange/Near Future) and Ben Edwards (Benge/John Foxx And The Maths). Their debut album First Light brings a refined 80s sound which...view item »

Happy Families Too

Happy Families Too is the latest release from veteran electronic big-shots Blancmange. The record contains an eleven-track collection of high quality produced tracks that continue on from their earlier 80s works of synth tomfoolery and vocal yelps. A well crafted mix of indie-pop and ele...view item »

Semi Detached

Blancmange’s fifth album release ‘Semi-Detached’ is the first record from the British, eighties synth-poppers without the involvement of long term collaborative partner Stephen Luscombe. With it’s roots firmly planted in the sterling company of synth pioneers and hitmakers such as Soft Cell and Depeche Mode, ‘Semi-D...view item »

Irene & Mavis EP

Irene & Mavis by Blancmange was originally released as a 6 track 7” EP in 1980. This reissue of Neil Arthur and Stephen Luscombe’s classic debut has been remastered and is presented in 10” format. This is quite different from the duo’s later work but regarded as an important artefact in traci...view item »

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