East India Youth Review and Gig

East India Youth, aka William Doyle, has caught the ear of Brian Eno, and his second album, ‘Culture Of Volume’ is making giant strides for the reticent electronic musician. “I think I’m going to have to make quite a lot of personal changes before I can work with anyone else,” he tells us in our interview in the Club Edition of Electronic Sound. That didn’t stop him from fooling about with a guitar and a sample pedal with Eno a few days later, though.

If you’d like to win a copy of the album and air of tickets to see East India Youth at Norwich Arts Centre on 25th May, just answer the following question, and email your answer to win@electronicsound.co.uk with East India Youth in the subject line. We’ll choose the winner in the first week of May.

Q: Which producer of albums by the likes of Devo and Talking Heads has William Doyle been seen with recently?

You can read our review of the album below, and if you join the Electronic Sound Music Club (details below the album review) you can get the club edition of the magazine and read the full East India Youth interview. Club members get their special edition of the magazine every month, as well as a free Wolfgang Flür (ex-Kraftwerk) and Jack Dangers (Meat Beat Manifesto) limited edition clear vinyl seven-inch single (while stocks last!)


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