Based on the brainchild of Greg Ansin, Bronson Taalbi and Anthony J Resta, Electric Lecture is a mix of XTC, Tom Petty, and Beck. Each member of the group plays multiple instruments; Bronson handles the lead vocals while Anthony and Greg lend in the background.
Today Electric Lecture has dropped “What If,” which comes off the forthcoming self-titled album set for release in the fall. The tongue-in-cheek look at conspiracy theories and the terror of “What if….” conjures up the classic ‘90s indie rock vibes that fans of They Might be Giants, Ween, and Fountains of Wayne will enjoy.
“What if it all works out?” Is an energy-filled, passionate track we love to play. It all starts from a guitar riff Anthony recorded on his iPhone. It is sampled in the song. And it did work out,” the band says regarding the single.
Bronson Taalbi along with his brother are the Taalbi Brothers, a flamenco guitar inspired duo’s whose can be heard in TV shows such as Breaking Bad and Dancing with the Stars. Greg Ansin is a film producer and editor, known for Infinite Santa 8000 (2013), Drive-in Horrorshow (2009) and Welcome to the Dream Machine (2019) and Anthony J. Resta is a Canadian record producer and musician. A multi-instrumantelist he is a known for his use of vintage audio equipment. He has earned twelve RIAA certified gold and multi-platinum awards and has been featured in many articles for his innovative recording techniques. Some of his past clients have included Duran Duran, Elton John, Needtobreathe, Collective Soul, Guster, Megadeth, Perry Farrell, Nuno Bettencourt, Andrea Surova, Lucia Moniz, Dale Bozzio, TV Mania, Shawn Mullins, Del Marquis of Scissor Sisters, Green River Ordinance, Sarah Evans, The Cinnamon Fuzz, New Collisions, Blondie, Boys Don’t Cry, and The Making Of The Making Of.