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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

22 hours of December shows - plus 2021 Festive 50 arriving from Christmas day.

Artist Info


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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Jess takes the stage with Jem-like moves, flashy fashions, and sings superchewydelicious songs that stick to the side of your cranium like a tasty wad of Hubba Bubba. Jeff robotically rocks behind a veritable Death Star of synthetic music-making devices, performing the odd kung fu kick, and when his machines allow for it, Saturday Night Fever hand gestures.
Together, Jess and Jeff whip up a hyperkinetic stage show that you'll never forget.

To Hyperbubble, guitars are retro and sequencers are the key to the future. Although their cyberpop contains more than techno's required share of bleeps and blips, songwriting is still a key element. The photogenic duo load their lyrical cannon with fast cars, fast food, 1-800 numbers and love songs to their synthesizers.

Hyperbubble fill their musical test tube with a mixture of both influence and invention. Jess has a voice reminiscent of Blondie, Ladytron, and Young Marble Giants, while Jeff's bouncy synth riffs will appeal to fans of Yello, Devo, and Giorgio. Imagewise, the pair bear a strong resemblance to Hasbro cartoon rockers Jem & The Holograms, as well as another synth-wielding duo from the 70's: The Captain & Tennille.

Hyperbubble's debut CD, Solid Pop, was released in 2004 on the US based
Socket Sounds. And now Hyperbubble are back with twelve more blasts from their pink & blue pop gun on the UK label, Filthy Little Angels. On their latest release, Airbrushed Alibis, futurewave action figures Jess & Jeff deliver all new tales of supermodels, cyborgs, and sexy surveillance.

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