Helen S, London - United Kingdom - on 27/7/12
Described by many as one of London's most under-rated live acts in the field of dance music, Spektrum have returned to drop their third album, and the band is on a mission. Entitled 'The Last Inhabited Place on Earth', the full length work is out on Stop/Start records and the single taken from it is inspired by last year's riots. Here's what the band's Lola had to say about 'Robocops & Flipflops'; “It’s so important in these times to be really saying something,” says Lola; “where are the Fela Kati’s, the Janis Joplin's, the Bob Marley’s who would make amazing songs whilst pushing forward ideas most artists these days are afraid to talk about?”
Tonight Spektrum bring their brand of punk fueled disco to Cargo as part of the Catzmusik line up and ahead of the gig, they've kindly dropped us an exclusive guest mix, which you can listen to just below. For more info and tickets for tonight, 27th July at Cargo, just head here.
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