“something straight out of the libraries from De Wolfe Music with Jane Weaver as her guide, and Suzanne Ciani as her teacher.”

Echoes and Dust

Described as the work of ‘one lady at home with her enormous collection of synthesisers’, Alice Hubble mixes melancholic pop, layered vintage synths and elegant vocals, reminiscent of Ladytron, Ashra and Jane Weaver.

Alice’s debut single ‘Goddess’ released in 2019, received terrific press and countless plays on BBC 6 Music, and was named Steve Lamacq’s ‘Single of the Year (so far)’. The Polarlichter lp was released in September 2019 alongside a feature in Electronic Sound Magazine and reviews in The Quietus and Prog Magazine. The album was named number 12 in Electronic Sound’s Best Albums of 2019 list.

Her second album Hexentanzplatz was released September 2021, named after the German mountain steeped in magic and legend, translates literally to mean Witches’ Dance Floor in English. An apt title for an album that dances it’s way through themes of illusion, love, feminism and protest whilst maintaining glistening, 80’s synth-pop sensibilities. Singles from the album have received multiple BBC 6 Music plays with ‘My Dear Friend’ being played by Cerys Matthews, Lauren Laverne and Steve Lamacq.

Alice has toured the UK and Germany, played Roadburn Festival in The Netherlands and has played shows supporting the likes of Beak>, Blancmange, Pye Corner Audio, Laetitia Sadier and Damo Suzuki.