Recoil comes to Romania

Newsroom 25/01/2010 | 11:45

Recoil, the long-term musical project of former Depeche Mode member Alan Wilder, will arrive in Romania on April 2. Selected Events 2010 – A Strange Hour with Alan Wilder & Paul Kendall will take place at FRONT | The ARK Club.

Wilder will launch the latest Recoil album, Selected, in spring of this year. The release will be accompanied by a promotional tour, the first time Wilder has gone on the road since he left the British outfit. The tour will include dates all over the continent.

Tickets for the Bucharest leg cost RON 75 and can be bought online from and as well as from the Diverta network, Muzica stores, Off the Record, The Kitchen and FRONT/The Ark. The Recoil gig is being produced by One Event.

Wilder started Recoil in 1986 while he was still a member of Depeche Mode. His first release under the new project was EP 1+2, followed by the album Hydrology.

The artist then went on to release Bloodline, a musical effort for which he teamed up with famous names from the business such as Moby, Toni Hallyday (from Curve) and Douglas McCarthy (from Nitzer Ebb).

Following Wilder’s departure from Depeche Mode in 1995, he released Unsound Methods, a 1997 album with gospel and electro tinges, and then the critically acclaimed Liquid in 2000.

Otilia Haraga

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