Officially named the Electric Love Blueprint, this gorgeous print features over 200 electronic music pioneers and innovators etched on to the circuit board of a Theremin, widely considered one of the first electronic music instruments.
Being sold via Dorothy, Electric Love Blueprint is screen printed metallic silver onto a blue uncoated stock that represents the history of electronic music from 1857 to the present day. Featuring over 200 names, it loosely groups genres, from the obscure Musique Concrète (Pierre Schaeffer) to the better known Krautrock (Kraftwerk, Can, Tangerine Dream, Neu!, Faust, Cluster, Harmonia and Amon Düül II) Synthpop (Gary Numan, Human League, Depeche Mode, Yazoo and Pet Shop Boys) and Electronica (New Order, The Prodigy, Massive Attack, LCD Sound System and Daft Punk). There are also references to the experimental BBC Radiophonic Workshop and our favourite innovating record labels Mute and Warp.
The print costs £35, but will really tie your room together.
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Source: A Journal of Musical Things