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It makes sense that the Human League should have come together in Sheffield in 1977. It was, after all, the year in which electronic pop music as we know and dance to it today started being played and heard around the world. Kraftwerk's 'Trans-Europe Express' emerged out of Dusseldorf's Kling Klang studio. David Bowie, Iggy Pop and Brian Eno recorded four albums in various permutations by the Berlin Wall. Giorgio Moroder and Donna Summer joined forces for 'I Feel Love'. Two avant- New Yorkers called Alan Vega and Martin Rev, the original synthesiser duo, issued their debut LP as Suicide. And a bunch of wacky cosmonauts from France called Space had an international hit with 'Magic Fly'
1st May 2013
The Human League have left the organisers of an 1980s nostalgia tour scrambling for a last-minute replacement after the New...
6th July 2012
A British festival featuring acts including Bob Geldof and The Human League has been axed at the last minute due...
17th April 2012
The Human League have pulled out two upcoming gigs in Ireland after a dispute with the promoter.The New Wave stars...
5th March 2012
The Magic Loungeabout has revealed the first wave of acts that will appear at the festival. Friday's headliner will be...
18th October 2011
The Human League have cancelled their Australian tour after music festival organisers reportedly failed to book visas for the band.The...
30th March 2012
Whilst it seems the industry has little by the way of collective conscience, we at...
21st August 2001
22nd January 2013
Wychwood Festival hasannounced that cult 80s new wave band The Human...
25th August 2011
Before post-punk had sung its last discordant note, one band from Sheffield, England was hard...