Bev Sage’s experiences in performance, sound and vision are wide-ranging. She was one half, together with Steve Fairnie, of the 1980s electronic pop-duo the Techno Twins a.k.a. The Technos. They had UK chart success with 'Falling in Love Again' and Sage was also a featured artist on the Modern Romance song 'Queen of the Rapping Scene (Nothing Ever Goes the Way You Plan)', which she performed on Top of the Pops. Sage was a recording artist on numerous albums and signed to Warner Brothers as a songwriter. Sage's vocals were also recorded for Monty Python's film 'The Meaning of Life', and she has featured on numerous other music and arts projects.

  • Fish Co – Can’t Be Bad (1975)
  • Writz – Night Nurse single (1979)
  • Writz – Writz (1979)
  • Famous Names Holiday Romance single (1980)
  • Writz – Movies single (1979)
  • Famous Names – Venetian Blind (unreleased album, 1981)
  • Techno Twins – Falling In Love (1981)
  • Techno Twins – Can’t Help Falling In Love single + K&Q (1981)
  • Techno Twins – Swing Together & Beautiful Women in Bermuda Shorts (1982)
  • Techno Twins – Technostalgia (1982)
  • Techno Orchestra – Casualtease (1982)
  • Various Artists – Curious Collection (compilation album; 1983)
  • The Technos – Foreign Land single (1983)
  • The Technos – Nightime Heaven/Hype single (1984)
  • The Technos – Spirit of the Thing single (1984)
  • The Technos – Foreign Land album (1985)
  • The Technos – Falling In Love Again single (1985)
  • The Technos – Foreign Land single (1985)
  • The Technos – Foreign Land single (1985)
  • The Technos – Songs For A Nervous World album (1988)



The Techno Twins Greatest Hits (1978-1984) captures The Techno Twins at their best, transporting you back to their pioneering days of post-punk and the New Romantic subcultural movement. Featuring new vocals by Techno Twin Bev Sage. Find out more information about the release here or buy the CD here.



Sage's artwork was selected for the new release of 'One in a Million' by Imagination featuring Errol Kennedy and dancers from Ballet Rambert. See official video here that Bev was the Executive Producer on. Click here to listen and buy the track.

Falling in Love Again - Techno Twins (featuring Bev Sage and Steve Fairnie; 1981)

Top of the Pops - Modern Romance featuring Bev Sage as Queen of the Rapping Scene (1982)

Modern Romance featuring Bev Sage as Queen of the Rapping Scene (1982)