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Joy Electric is a one-man electropop/synth pop group consisting of Ronnie Martin. The group started out in 1994, after the demise of Dance House Children, a band Ronnie was in with his brother Jason Martin of Starflyer 59. Starflyer 59 bass player Jeff Cloud joined Joy Electric from 1996 until 2002. Ronnie is currently solo again.

Having experimented with live shows, formed countless after-school bands, and recorded an album that was never to be released under the moniker Morella's… read more

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  • I've been a fan before White Songbook came out. It was right before, actually. CHRISTIANsongs won me over. I've seen Ronnie perform twice in the twin cities. It was amazing.
  • Joy electric season
  • Hail to "raibow-infused magical pony fairytale" music...whatever raibow means?
  • Also, am I one of the only fans from BEFORE The White Songbook? We Are The Music Makers changed my life and I was soul-consumed with Robot Rock in high school.
  • Joy Electric has been severely under rated over the years. I think The White Song book is among one of the most amazing all electronic albums of all time. [2]
  • 'sounds like something out of a rainbow-infused magical pony fairytale' oh so you mean like early joy e records. Alphabet was a bit weak but not for those reasons imo
  • Ronnie has always balanced a thin line between synth-driven music and flat-out kitschy disco, but Dwarf Mountain Alphabet is seriously bad. Sounds like something out of a raibow-infused magical pony fairytale, ew. I hope he goes back to the sound of The Otherly Opus.
  • DJ GaugeN and Phoenix in Ashes brought me here :P
  • one3rd, thanks. I do understand how it works. I am just saying that I don't agree. When artists are first plopped on Last.fm they are connected to most popular genres and other artists on their label. Tooth and Nail doesn't have any other artist like Ronnie, so, initially they are setup to have similar artists that sound nothing like them.
  • Saw an interview of The Drums and they mentioned JE, some of the best 21st century synth I've heard

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