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Electrelane at the Pavilion Theater in Brighton, December 2007
Electrelane at the Pavilion Theater in Brighton, December 2007
General information
Genre (s) Indie rock
founding 1998
Website www.electrelane.com
Founding members
Verity Susman
Emma gauze
Debbie Ball (until 2000)
Tracey Houdek (until 1999)
Current occupation
Verity Susman
Emma gauze
Mia Clarke (since 2000)
Ros Murray (since 2004)
former members
Rupert Noble (1999)
Rachel Dalley (1999-2004)

Electrelane is a band from Brighton , England .


Electrelane was founded in 1998 by Verity Susman and Emma Gaze . Her debut album Rock It to the Moon , on which mainly instrumental pieces can be heard, was released in April 2001.

The second album, The Power Out , was produced by Steve Albini and contains considerably more vocal passages and more structured songs. It was released on Too Pure Records in February 2004 . The third album, Axes , was also produced by Steve Albini and released on May 9, 2005.

In 2007 Electrelane released the album No Shouts No Calls and announced in November that they will be taking an indefinite break.

In the summer of 2011, Electrelane started a new European tour after a three-year break.


Electrelane's music is characterized by a wide range of influences including krautrock , post rock , jazz and occasionally klezmer . The bands are also new! , Sonic Youth and The Velvet Underground had a major impact on Electrelane's sound.



  • 2001: Rock It to the Moon
  • 2004: The Power Out
  • 2005: Axes
  • 2006: Singles, B-Sides & Live
  • 2007: No Shouts, No Calls


  • 2000: Film Music / Come On
  • 2000: Le Song / UOR
  • 2000: Gabriel
  • 2001: Blue Straggler
  • 2003: I Want to Be the President
  • 2003: On Parade
  • 2004: This Deed
  • 2005: Two for Joy
  • 2005: Bells
  • 2007: To the East

Web links

Commons : Electrelane  - collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Electrelane are set to reform for shows this summer, including a slot at this year's Field Day . This is fake DIY. February 16, 2011. Retrieved March 4, 2011.