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The captivating and elusive electronic songwriter Jane Weaver has had a lengthy career that has already spanned 24 years. Ahead of the release of her latest record, Modern Kosmology, Andy Price chats to Jane about her compositional approach and some of the amazing tech at her disposal…

From her initial forays into music making via early teenage bands, her post-apocalyptic opus The Silver Globe to her new, philosophical psych-pop masterwork Modern Kosmology, Jane Weaver has had an enviable career. Using a variety of electronic and live instrumentation, she crafts textured compositions generally featuring Kraftwerkian beats, washes of guitar, ethereal vocals and pulsing injections of a wide variety of classic analogue synths. Widely appreciated by the music industry, Jane even received a call from one admirer by the name of Chris Martin (yes, that one) who asked for permission to use one of Jane’s samples on Coldplay’s 2014 album, Ghost Stories. We caught up with her to find out how she’s maintained such a vibrant and forward-looking career…

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