John Foxx and the Maths

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John Foxx speaks to Radcliffe and Maconie

Mark and Stuart chat to John Foxx, formerly of Ultravox and now of John Foxx and the Maths.

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John Foxx and the Maths is a musical project featuring popular electronic music pioneers John Foxx and Benge. The duo were initially a studio based project working from Benge's studio in Shoreditch, London but have also engaged in live work. They specialise in the use of analogue synthesizers and drum machines and have to date released two full studio albums, Interplay, The Shape of Things (both in 2011), a mini-album Evidence (September 2012) a live DVD-CD album Analogue Circuit (October 2012), and a live in the studio album Rhapsody, released May 2013.

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BBC Reviews

  1. Review of Evidence

    Evidence 2013

    Reviewed by John Doran
    Foxx’s third Maths-assisted set is probably his best post-Ultravox LP.
  2. Review of The Shape of Things

    The Shape of Things 2012

    Reviewed by Garry Mulholland
    Electro pioneer Foxx sounds more relevant in 2012 than he ever has.
  3. Review of Interplay

    Interplay 2011

    Reviewed by John Doran
    An album which easily equals the high points of Foxx’s rich back catalogue.
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