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Sandra Plays Electronics

Sandra Plays Electronics

Sandra Plays Electronics


Sandra Plays Electronics is the esteemed D.I.Y. electronic project of Karl O’Connor. O’Connor, mostly known for his pioneering work in the techno field (as Regis, Sandwell District, British Murder Boys, and various other entities) began playing and recording his own music in Birmingham, England when he was 16 years old. He collaborated with friends performing in short-lived bands such as Family Sex and also recorded on his own as Sandra Plays Electronics. Read more on Last.fm
Sandra Plays Electronics is the esteemed D.I.Y. electronic project of Karl O’Connor. O’Connor, mostly known for his pioneering work in the techno field (as Regis, Sandwell District, British Murder Boys, and various other entities) began playing and recording his own music in Birmingham, England when he was 16 years old. He collaborated with friends performing in short-lived bands such as Family Sex and also recorded on his own as Sandra Plays Electronics.

In 1993, he launched the Downwards label along with Peter Sutton, mainly as a vehicle for their hard, industrial techno output. It became massive in the world of independent music and has become increasingly more relevant beyond that, especially in regards to its position in modern instrumental electronic music. Since it’s inception and due to key influences outside of blatant dance music, the label has included releases that blur the boundaries of techno. Read more on Last.fm.

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