Issue 70 of Electronic Sound marks 100 years since the invention of the Theremin and includes an exclusive 7" on yellow vinyl with 4 tracks by some of the world's foremost theremin players. 
Elsewhere in the issue are interviews with Roísín Murphy, Global Communication and A Certain Ratio, and Kris Needs pays tribute to Simeon Coxe of Silver Apples, who died last month. 
The exclusive seven-inch EP features four tracks of top quality sonic voodoo by some of the world's foremost theremin players. On one side of 'Theremin - One Hundred Years' is Herb Deutsch, a close associate of Robert Moog in the mid-1960s, and Dorit Chrysler co-founder of the New York Theremin Society. Flip the record over for Gaudi, who pioneered the use of the theremin in dub music, and The Radio Science Orchestra, an outfit formed by songwriter Bruce Woolley, whose credits include The Buggles' Video Killed The Radio Star. 


Dorit Chrysler - A Happy Place
Herb Deutsch - Longing
Gaudi with Dennis Bovell - Secret Service Club
Radio Science Orchestra - Atom Age Girl