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Wednesday, 9 May 2012

Spectre Spector

Spectre Spector formed in London in 2009 when lifelong pals Oskar [who had previously worked extensively with Mercury Award winner Talvin Singh] and Luis [who was at the time developing an embryonic project of multi-layered guitar sounds] decided to join forces.

They are a guitar band at heart that makes use of loop machines and laptops to create a textured sound with hints to psychedelia, shoegaze, surf rock, abstract electronica...

Spectre Spector’s self-titled LP has been released in Spring 2012. Skilfully produced by Osk, its biggest achievement is to give a fresh new twist to the concept of “wall of sound” by integrating the technological possibilities of the 21st Century.

Their work reflects a lifetime’s immersion in good rock and roll music that finds in technology the means to deliver a product that is soulful, daring and relevant.

Tuesday, 8 May 2012


Wednesday, 21 March 2012


Guitars, loop machines, analog synths, electronics and harmonized vocals. An immersion into a savage planet of giant waves, sonic growls and blissful harmonies.

Or in other words:

"A Wagnerian approach to rock & roll: little symphonies for the kids”
(Phil Spector on The Wall of Sound).
"A masterpiece always moves, by definition, in the manner of a ghost"
(Jaques Derrida, Spectres of Marx).

Radar out now on Fotone.

Friday, 15 October 2010


Video director Mika Masuda is in charge of Spectre Spector's fresh new video for their forthcoming single RaDar. She's currently in editing mode fine tuning the finishing touches.