Raj Rudolph

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Zero 7 Announce New Tour

There was a point where chillout band Zero 7 were so popular in the UK that Electroqueer had to denounce them for awhile.  And when we say denounce, we mea...
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Wednesday Daily Downloads

Here are your DD recommendations for Wednesday, 1 March 2006.  Today's theme is 'The Next Lilith Generation'.... Shelly Poole - Totally Underwater: Nice gr...
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Tuesday Daily Downloads

Hello Electroqueer readers...Here are your DDs for Tuesday, 27 February 2006.  The theme for today's songs is 'Unrequited Love'. James Blunt - Goodbye My L...
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The magic that is Popbitch!

Now we at Electroqueer don't like to give all our news sources away, but we feel we have to share this with you.  For years one of our favourite news sourc...
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Monday Daily Downloads

Here are your DDs for Monday, 27 February 2006: <-- Second Sun - Inside Out: HOT electro track from this rising American band. Clear Static - Make Up Sex: An...

Raj Rudolph

Founder/Editor-In-Chief

Raj Rudolph has been an electronic pop music obsessive ever since he heard Madonna's iconic debut album. When he couldn't stop playing "Music For The Masses" by Depeche Mode, he instantly knew that electronic and pop music would be his life-long passion. Raj is American born, but has lived in London since 2000. He created EQ Music Blog as a passion project from the ground up having interviewed some of the biggest names in pop like Gaga, Sia, Mika, Kelis, Robyn and every member of the Scissor Sisters. EQ Music is one of the UK's longest running influential pop blogs, regularly hosting showcase nights for emerging and established pop acts in the British capital. Raj is also a digital professional working for the likes of WarnerMedia, MTV, Google, Huffington Post, Vogue, GQ and WIRED.