Classic Album Sundays, the world’s number one album listening event, will be hosting an exclusive listening session with Boris Blank, the founder member of Yello, to celebrate the release of his first ever solo project ‘ELECTRIFIED’ on Wednesday 8th October at Shoreditch House’s Roof Garden.

Boris, who along with Dieter Meier, created Yello, one of the most influential electronic bands of the last 40 years. Their unique combination of music, video, art and humour has left a lasting impression on a generation of artists and fans. Their most notable successes were ‘Bostich’ (81), ‘Oh Yeah’ (84) and ‘The Race’ (88).

During this time, Boris wrote many soundtrack ideas that were never publicly released until now. This month sees the debut of his first ever solo project which features over three hours of unreleased soundtracks from 1977-2014 presented in a beautifully packaged multi-media box-set titled ‘ELECTRIFIED’.

The deluxe box set is a collection of 60 unreleased soundtracks presented across four formats. In the analog domain, there are three vinyl LPs (180gm) and one MC audio cassette. For those who prefer CD, the mini-box contains the three vinyl LPs as a double CD. Twelve films and animations are included on the DVD.


The session will celebrate the release with a special listening session of one of the vinyl discs on Classic Album Sunday’s state-of-the-art audiophile hi-fi accompanied by an exclusive live interview and Q&A with Boris Blank himself. It takes place on Wednesday 8th October from 7-10pm at Shoreditch House with tickets priced at £20 and free on a first-come-first-serve basis for House members.

Event: Classic Album Sundays present ‘ELECTRIFIED’ with special guest Boris Blank

Date and Time: Wednesday 8th October from 7-10 pm

Venue: Shoreditch House (Secret Garden Room, Roof), Ebor Street, London, E1 6AW


Tickets: £20 and free on a first-come-first-serve basis to House members

Transport: Shoreditch Overground / Liverpool Street Station / Old Street Station / @ClassicAlbumSun

For further information please contact Beth Brookfield at Bandwagon Press on [email protected] /
07770 637 114