Electrophile was formed in June of 2003 by Patrick Hogan and sandor Gavin with one goal in mind. To take the electronic music they loved so much out of the studio and the under ground to the stage and to wider audience.
Electrophile combine's elements of synthpop EBM Retro and industrial
They have crafted this into a very fluid electronic sound that is uniquely there own.
With comparisons from Assemblage 23 and Iris ranging to Information society and Depeche Mode. There is an incredible live aspect to electrophile, one not found with your typical electronic act. Sandor's commanding yet playful presence on stage is more reminiscent of bands like that of the violent femmes or The Cure.
After forming Electrophile sandor and Patrick quickly enlisted the talents of Rayne for her soothing vocal styles completing the acts onstage lineup.
Electrophile quickly wrote heart of stone and several of there more memorable tracks and released them on 2003's digital emotion ep for their first show.
The song quickly became regular spin-age for the local club scene. After this entrance into the Detroit music scene the group began playing as much as possible to prefect there on stage persona and musical repertoire. over the next year electrophile played many times including shows with Bellamorte , Faith and the muse and a headlining spot for the electronic revolutions stage at Movement O4 (Formerly The Detroit Electronic Music Festival) one of the largest electronic music festivals in the world.
In June the band began recording there first full length album entitled fluid and finished in November with a huge CD release party.
(-Electrophile disbanded in the summer of 2005 due to musical differences.
Lead singer/Keyboardist, Sandor Gavin, continues to write music under a self titled solo project. His first LP "partial to blue" was released september of 2010. He is now underway on a follow-up album "Resonance". http://www.sandorgavin.com)
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