: 2015-01-26

Artist: Marsheaux
Title: A Broken Frame
Label: Undo Records
Catalog #: N/A
Style: Electronic, Synthpop
Source: WEB, Album
Quality: 320 Kbps / 44,1 kHz / Joint Stereo
Release Date: 18.01.2015
Tracks: 10
Total Size:
105 Mb

Artist: Marsheaux
Title: A Broken Frame
Label: Undo Records
Catalog #: N/A
Style: Electronic, Synthpop
Source: WEB, Album
Quality: 320 Kbps / 44,1 kHz / Joint Stereo
Release Date: 18.01.2015
Tracks: 10
Total Size:
105 Mb

Tracklist:

01. Leave In Silence
02. My Secret Garden
03. Monument
04. Nothing To Fear
05. See You
06. Satellite
07. The Meaning Of Love
08. A Photograph Of You
09. Shouldn't Have Done That
10. The Sun And The Rainfall

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As first revealed in their interview with The Electricity Club in January 2014, MARSHEAUX are covering the entire of DEPECHE MODEs A Broken Frame for a future album release on Undo Records. A busmans holiday away from the songwriting process can be good for the creative spark; after all, the medium of interpretation has been an artistic adventure for many in the past including BRYAN FERRY, DAVID BOWIE, SIOUXSIE & THE BANSHEES, ERASURE, MIDGE URE and BEF. But, the difference here is that MARSHEAUX are covering an entire album concept, rather than a collection of songs.
MARSHEAUX have actually pulled off a smart move by reinterpreting A Broken Frame, which they feel is the DEPECHE MODE album closest to their own sonic character. Very much a transitional record, it is not considered to be among DEPECHE MODEs best. However, this therefore leaves songs such as My Secret Garden, The Sun & The Rainfall, and Shouldnt Have Done That much more open to new treatments and arrangements. The project could also be obliquely viewed as Marianthi Melitsi and Sophie Sarigiannidous commentary on the recent economic situation in Greece.
MARSHEAUX previously covered New Life for the Around The World & Back: A Greek Tribute To Depeche Mode album back in 2005 while they did also a brilliant remix of A Pain That Im Used To. Marianthi and Sophie met through their local DM Hysterika fan club, so are naturally approaching A Broken Frame in a respectful and intuitive manner as fans of the Basildon Boys.
MARSHEAUX_broken-frameThe first track snippet to be unveiled was Monument which was given an interesting twist by borrowing the bassline from latter day DM B-side Painkiller. Of the other tasters so far, The Sun & The Rainfall and My Secret Garden both sound ideally suited to wispy female vocals while the still-to-be-publically aired Nothing To Fear has been beefed up as an optimistic Hellectro statement to signify the nations return from austerity. A Broken Frame could be very interesting for MARSHEAUX to perform live

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