A FORMER Doncaster based singer is set to make his latest assualt on the world of music.
For electro-pop star Alexander Price, who was born and brought up in Doncaster, is to release his debut EP in June.
The Kitchen Sink Drama will be released via The Birdman Records and follows the success of the hit indie single Rent.
Emerging from Londons thriving mid noughties club scene where fashionistas reigned supreme and the DJs setlist was always one step ahead of the mainstream, Price met musical and performative collaborators.
Initially starting out as a performance artist with a backdrop of electronic music he made his debut at Amy Lame`s much loved Duckie night at the legendary Vauxhall Tavern.
Eventually developing as a pop artist his stage shows have become one of Londons most talked about gig going experiences.Combining high energy choreography with self made and designed stage attire and a wild female dance troupe the Designer Babies he has thrilled audiences with his audacious spectacles.
He has performed with the darlings of the London club scene including one of his own influences the fashion designer/musician Pam Hogg,as well as supporting artists including DJ Larry Tee,nightclub legends Princess Julia,Mark Moore and Scottee and for a wealth of acclaimed ground breaking musical talent including Client,Noblesse Oblige and Oral Oral aswell as supporting Kelis,Beverley Knight,Belinda Carlilse and Chicane at Manchesters Big Weekend and making a sensational appearance at London FIlm Festival in 2010.
The drama begins with Love Song a pulsating slice of pure hi NRG disco which Music News declared to be “a treat of a song with a beat and harmony that stands toe to toe with ‘Human League’. A great single from a very promising talent”
Butterflies meenwhile continues to cast a dark shadow on the nations dancefloor where a womans obsession with a closeted gay boyband star spirals into deadly confrontation.Think Misery set to a pulsating synth pop epic The acclaimed hit cover of the Pet Shop Boys seminal classic Rent which has recieved international support with Indie London declaring Price and the cover to be “reverentential whilst stamping his own identity on procedings and doing enough to suggest he maybe an interesting new act to emerge of the electro pop scene” and exposure from BBC Radio,RTE Pulse and JOY94.
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