Chris Payne to support Gary Numan's 'Savage' UK orchestral tour!

Chris Payne supporting act for Gary Numan’s ‘Savage’ UK Orchestral Tour

Chris Payne will be supporting Gary Numan in his forthcoming ‘Savage – Music for a Broken World‘ orchestral UK tour. The venues will be primarily classical music venues, including London’s Royal Albert Hall.

  • Nov. 12th Cardiff – St David’s Hall

  • Nov. 13th Birmingham – Symphony Hall

  • Nov. 15th Newcastle – City  Hall

  • Nov. 17th Manchester – Bridgewater Hall

  • Nov. 18th London – Shepherd’s Bush Empire

  • Nov. 19th London – Royal Albert Hall

  • Nov. 20th Glasgow – Royal Concert Hall


Gary Numan

Savage: Music for a Broken World



Katja von Kassel's new EP now available!

Katja von Kassel's new EP 'Walking in West Berlin' is now available to download from Bandcamp! 

Songs written by Katja von Kassel and Chris Payne. All songs produced and mixed by Chris Payne.

Visit Katja's Bandcamp page here

NEW ALBUM! The Falling Tower

It's finally here! 

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New Album!

The Falling Tower

Electronic Circus

All titles composed by Chris Payne except 'Krakatoa' composed by Michael J. Stewart, and Fade to Grey Ure.Currie.Payne (Universal and Kassner music)
Dominique Hemard: Vocals
Michael J. Stewart: Piano and keyboards
Tim Vince: Synths
Chris Payne: Piano, Synths and Violin

Featuring Katja von Kassel: vocals on Fade to Grey
Marion-Kayleigh Payne: vocals on Graceland


New Single Available Now!

Our New Single Space Invaders is available now!

For a bit of fun and before our album release in April we have decided to bring out a single called Space Invaders dedicated to the Tomohiro Nishikado designed classic game and which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.

Space Invaders was a classic as it was one of the first computer based games to use music and sound design and became a world wide phenomenon.


The Electricity Club review of 'Direct Lines' EP

The Electricity Club review of 'Direct Lines' EP

ELECTRONIC CIRCUS actually began life in 1981 with a single entitled ‘Direct Lines’, a release which found its way into bargain bins not long afterwards. But it has since gained cult status via a million views on a fan made YouTube video using an obscure Swedish art movie.