Cosmicity serves fine synthpop. Good melodies, great vocals and lovely analogue sounds are all sprinkled with both melancholy and joy. Mark Nicholas, the man behind Cosmicity, knows what he's doing. After various music projects and a degree in music and technology the first proper album "The Vision" was released in 1994. After that several albums have followed, all created on Mark's synthesizers, each and every named after his more or less obvious idols like Chris Lowe (Pet Shop Boys), Vince Clarke (Erasure), Martin Gore (Depeche Mode) and Kylie Minogue.
The lyrics on Cosmicity's album have always been known as very personal. On "The Vision" and "The Moment" the relationship with first long-time girlfriend is being explored while on "Isabella" a new love is mirrored. "The Binary Language of Love" is written during the development, from the beginning until the end, of a long-distance relationship evolving over e-mail.
Lovestruck or not, Cosmicity's recipe somehow works and the result slips down like ice-cream a hot summer's day.