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Tycho Brahe | Triplex, Pt. 3

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Triplex, Pt. 3

by Tycho Brahe

Synthpop with a darker edge that harks back to the '80s glory days of New Order, Human League, Depeche Mode, and Giorgio Moroder. Triplex Part 3 is the third release of a three part EP series.
Genre: Pop: Synth Pop
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Founded in Brisbane, Australia, in 1993, Tycho Brahe produces electronic pop music that harks back to the '80s glory days of synthpop luminaries such as New Order, Human League, Depeche Mode, and Giorgio Moroder. The band uses vintage electronic gadgetry to defiantly produce epic synth tunes with a blatant disregard for the latest fads and fashions in the FM pop fodder world. This has led to the band being invited to perform live with many of their synthpop/electro heroes, including The Human League (Don't You Want Me), Real Life (Send Me An Angel), John Foxx (founder of Ultravox), Pseudo Echo (Funkytown), VNV Nation, Covenant etc.

Triplex Part 3 is the third in a three part series of EPs, which picks up where Tycho Brahe's 2006 album "Atlantic" left off. During the time of recording what would become the Triplex series of EPs, the band went through several personnel changes, and suffered the loss of their studio in Brisbane's devastating flood of January 2011. This resulted in a long period of rebuilding and recovery, only to be followed by yet another flood scare, and ultimately a complete relocation of the band's facility to higher, safer ground. Overall, this delayed the finalisation of the Triplex series by at least two years.

The founding duo of the band, Ken Evans and Georgina Emery, emerging from this period of adversity with a new resilience, focus, and strength of purpose, elected to continue with the project. After a brief dalliance with Hi-NRG dance music (Sex Rocket, 2012 and Super Hot Robot, 2013), the Triplex EP series sees a return to Tycho Brahe's original direction, as established on their first album "Cassiopeia" in 2001, and further explored on 2006's "Atlantic".

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