Here's his moving John Foxx And The Maths logo. Some stills of Jonathan's work for The Maths are up on ww. ohnfoxxandthemaths. John Foxx and The Maths. 8 hrs ·. John Foxx writes about the recording of the Metamatic album in the new issue of Electronic Sound magazine (with John on the cover). This year's 3CD Metamatic Box Set is also the magazine's 'Reissue Of The Year'. to/2pd5xH1 and hopefully a decent price everywhere else too! John Foxx and The Maths
To say that John Foxx is influential misses the point. This is his latest collaborative offering. Foxx and the Maths sleekly compose minimal but effective rhythms, tightly wound synth lines, and then there's the atmosphere of the thing. This has all feel of a club just getting going at 3am and each denizen has a black hole in their bag. The wrok/rock reference in one of these songs is not casually thrown out there, Ultravox! fans will know what I'm talking about here. Totally astonishing album. I liked his first one, Metamatic, but the following albums really were not my direction. The sound of this album is interesting, sound sources are mainly analogue synths, but everything is treated and mixed in a modern studio. What turns out is a modern production with the "warm" analogue synth sound.
John Foxx and the Maths is a musical project featuring electronic music pioneer John Foxx and Benge.
The Running Man. John Foxx, John Foxx and the Maths.
Watching A Building On Fire 05. Interplay 06. Summerland 07. The Running Man 08. A Falling Star 09. Destination 10. The Good Shadow. Category: Synth Pop, Futurepop, Electronic, New Wave. Analogue Circuit: Live At The Roundhouse. We Must Become The Pitiless Censors Of Ourselves.
John Foxx (born Dennis Leigh, 26 September 1948) is an English singer, artist, photographer and teacher. He was the original lead singer of the band Ultravox, before leaving to embark on a solo career (with Midge Ure eventually taking his place in Ultravox).
John Foxx & The Maths Interplay John Calvert, April 4th, 2011 07:53. After a run of relatively oblique collaborations, Interplay sees John Foxx’ return to the role of pop architect, ably assisted by The Maths (aka Ben Edwards, Benge) who has graduated here with flying colours from studied technologist to certified song producer