Acusmatiq festival in Italy

Photo by Rob Harris @

John Foxx & The Maths will be headlining at the Acusmatiq festival in Italy on 28th July. For more details please visit HERE

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012 EVENTS

The Soft Moon vs John Foxx & The Maths

The track ‘Evidence’ was born naturally out of the two artists’ mutual appreciation for one another. Speaking with Artrocker magazine last year, Luis Vasquez from The Soft Moon had this to say of John Foxx’s influence on his own music: ‘Foxx’s Metamatic album is what led me to discover the Arp Odyssey, the most crucial instrument in my collection, and the key synthesizer used in creating my unique sound. So, that album is very important to me and what I do.’ With regard to the collaboration, John Foxx said, ‘The Soft Moon are where minimalism maximises into a new universe of possibilities. It’s an absolute joy for us to work with them.’

‘Evidence’ will be released as a one-sided 7 inch single by Captured tracks on 26 June. It also features on the forthcoming Evidence mini-album by John Foxx & The Maths in early September.

Friday, May 18th, 2012 NEW RELEASES

Interview . . .

Photo by Mike Cooper

John Foxx And The Maths are playing in Madrid on 26 May – check here for more details: HERE

Here’s a new interview by Clubbing Spain.

1. How do you feel right now in terms of your artistic career. What’s your moment now?

At the moment it’s great fun. We feel as though we are on a rising tide. But I’ve also lived long enough to look over the horizon.
My father was a boxer. I said I would never do anything like that, but you know, life can be ironic – being a musician can be very much like boxing. It’s always the moment – until you are forgotten. Then you figure out how to survive until the next round. 
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Tuesday, May 15th, 2012 MEDIA

NEW ANALOGUE MUSIC: John Foxx & The Maths @ Cargo, London in September.






John Foxx & The Maths (John Foxx/Benge/Hannah Peel/Serafina Steer) will be playing a one-off gig at Cargo in London on 5 September, followed by their Bestival appearance the following day. These will be their only shows for the rest of this year. They’ll be performing material from all three of  John Foxx & The Maths albums - Interplay, The Shape Of Things and a new mini-album Evidence which is also due out in September – along with fresh analogue takes on classic Foxx material. Support is from Tara Busch who will be performing her new electronic sci-fi symphony, I Speak Machine.






You can buy VIP tickets HERE.

Standard tickets are available HERE


Monday, May 14th, 2012 EVENTS

Remix of Gazelle Twin’s ‘Changelings’

This is the new mix of Gazelle Twin’s ‘Changelings’ by John Foxx And The Maths. It’s part of an album The Entire City Remixed which is due for release on 4 June. For more details please visit:


Saturday, May 5th, 2012 NEW RELEASES

New Spanish interview

John Foxx And The Maths are playing in Madrid on 26 May – check here for more details: HERE

Here’s a new interview by KSK magazine with John in the run up to the concert.

Or you can read the full English transcript below.

1. – How do you define John Foxx, as an artist?.

Foxx: Oh, I think he’s an outsider with his own agenda – someone in the margins – and determined to stay there. Always a little bemused by what the mainstream does.

2. – In mid-late eighties the first digital synthesizers began to appear. At first we thought it would be the end of the analog era in terms of music making, but nearly thirty years later, there now appears to be a perfect combination of analog and digital, for the creating and composing of music. What do you think about all this, since you have seen and experienced it all as John Foxx over the years?

It has been a fascinating journey, from the beginning of synthesizer music, then through the digital area, when analogue synthesizers were almost forgotten.

Now we are recovering that original analogue sound world through new digital technology. It is rather like rediscovering an Amazon forest after it has been forgotten for decades. ›› Read more

Tuesday, April 24th, 2012 MEDIA

John Foxx And The Maths – The Shape Of Things



‘Perfect synth pop.’ 5/5 Artrocker (Album of The Month)

‘The Shape of Things is consistently absorbing, as good as any of Foxx’s early-80s benchmarks.’ 4/5 Mojo

 ’Foxx has rediscovered his musical touch. It’s the man who triumphs over the machines.’ Q Magazine

‘He has never seemed so relevant, nor sounded so modern, as he does in 2012. The Shape Of Things is, by some margin, Foxx’s best album since Metamatic. ‘ BBC Online

‘The Shape Of Things is an absolute triumph.’ 4/5 FACT Magazine

‘More introspective but no less gripping than last year’s Interplay‘. 8/10 Vice Magazine

‘His most startling, contemporary-sounding music in years.’ The Quietus

‘There’s an aroma of Bowie’s seminal Low here. Another great LP from John Foxx.’ 4/5 Record Collector


Sunday, March 25th, 2012 NEW RELEASES

John Foxx And The Maths show in Madrid

John Foxx And The Maths will be playing a show in Sala Caracol on 26 May, 2012.

For tickets and more information please visit HERE

Friday, March 9th, 2012 EVENTS

Limited Edition

There are still some copies left of The Shape Of Things limited edition double CD at the Official Shop HERE. This version also features a hard-back book designed by Jonathan Barnbrook.

Sunday, February 5th, 2012 NEW RELEASES

Ultravox! and Metamatic

Two anniversaries to celebrate!

Thirty five years ago in Feb 1977, Ultravox! released their debut single, ‘Dangerous Rhythm’, backed by the electronic ballad ‘My Sex’ on the B-side. This was followed by the debut album, Ultravox!
Meanwhile, in January 1980, the first electronic record of the new decade came out – John Foxx’s solo debut, Metamatic.

Sunday, January 29th, 2012 JOURNAL