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Electrospective – a celebration of electronic music from 1958-2012 – launches today

Summer has officially begun and the festival season and is upon us, so what better way to celebrate than discovering or rediscovering your favourite dance/electronic albums!

Launched today, Electrospective is a celebration of electronic music from EMI, Virgin and Mute’s extensive catalogues and brings together music from Kraftwerk and Brian Eno to Depeche Mode and The Human League right through to Daft Punk, The Chemical Brothers and David Guetta.

Visit Electrospective.com and the Electrospective online store to discover the 550 seminal electronic albums in the campaign, buy exclusive Electrospective merchandise including iconic logo T-shirts and limited vinyl LPs and enter competitions to win all the albums in the campaign, a Kraftwerk CD box set, a T-shirt signed by the 50 of the most influential people in electronic music, a original signed Nord Drum and much more.

Check out the dedicated Electrospective YouTube channel which will host a series of exclusive interviews with some of electronic music’s true greats talking about their influences and love of the genre, starting with Ritchie Hawtin, Daniel Miller, Carl Cox and David Guetta below:


Electrospective runs from now until November, so watch this space as well as the Electrospective Facebook page and Twitter for more news, events and competitions.

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