Happy Robots Records are pleased to be releasing the debut single by electronic pop band Arthur and Martha.
Arthur and Martha are Adam Cresswell and Alice Hubley. The former was in Saloon whilst the latter was in The Duloks. Using their moogs, casios and drum machine they prove that the links between indie and electro pop are not as far apart as they may seem on first glance on this, their debut single release.
‘Autovia’ is a foot to the floor 4/4 driving song; like something Tom Petty would pen were he possessed by the brain of Kraftwerk and the soul of a maladjusted robot. ‘Japanese Kiss’ is the soundtrack to a messy break-up and inevitable argument over custody of the Pet Shop Boys CD’s. ‘Squarewave to Heaven’ is the song that Led Zep would have made had Jimmy Page been influenced by Morton Subotnick rather than Muddy Waters.
7” single: Autovia / Japanese Kiss
Download EP: Autovia / Japanese Kiss /
Squarewave to Heaven / Autovia 2