Latest Interviews

  • Interview with

    Clara Hill

    Born in East-Berlin, Clara Hill did her first musical experiments on an East German Triola, a plastic guitar and a small plastic piano, while always playing by ear as she never learned to read music. She has built a reputation as a superb live vocalist with several band s, Jazzanova amongst others, as well as with her solo live PA performance. For ...

    On 21. März 2014 / By
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    Patric Catani

    Patric Catani is an Electronic / Hip-Hop / Experimental and Chiptune musician, producer, remixer based in Berlin. At the age of 16 he released his first record produced on an Amiga 500 under the name E-De Cologne. Apart from his solo projects as Patric Catani and his alter ego Cand ie Hank, he collaborated with Chilly Gonzales, Max Turner and Angie Reed, ...

    On 17. März 2014 / By
  • Interview with

    Suff Daddy & Torky Tork / Carpet Patrol

    Carpet Patrol is a bizzare ride into the world of Berlin producers Suff Daddy and Torky Tork. Their self-titled album doesn’t sound like anything you have heard from these guys before. Suff Daddy provides the grooves and bassline melodies, Torky is coming with the sick samples and a great ear for arrangements. Their music is tall, dark and grimey, a nightmare on ...

    On 17. März 2014 / By
  • Interview with

    Arish A. Khan / King Khan

    The Montreal born musician Arish Ahmad Khan is best known as King Khan, notorious frontman of King Khan & The Shrines as well as The King Khan & BBQ Show. With the latter he was invited by Lou Reed and Laurie Anderson to perform with them at The Opera House in Sydney in 2010. Mostly based in Berlin/ Germany, King Khan & ...

    On 16. März 2014 / By
  • Interview with

    Lucrecia Dalt

    Lucrecia Dalt first discovered the craft of music after a brief career as a civil engineer in Medellín, Colombia. Since that time, she has ventured equally far into popular genres and experimental techniques, collaborating with Medellín’s Series Media Collective, Berlin’s F.S.Blumm and Gudrun Gut, Los Angeles’ Julia Holter, and , most recently, international collective, Human Ear Music. She has always balanced the ...

    On 16. März 2014 / By
  • Interview with

    Joseph Deenmamode / Mo Kolours

    Joseph Deenmamode aka Mo Kolours is a half-Mauritian, half-English producer, singer and percussionist. On his self-titled debut album he displays dazzling inventiveness and joyous spirit – unsurprising for someone raised on the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Lee Perry and A Tribe Called Quest while remaining ever curious about his Indian Ocean roots. The album “Mo Kolours” follows a trilogy of EPs for ...

    On 16. März 2014 / By
  • Interview with

    Greg Haines

    Greg Haines is an English musician and composer who has been living in Berlin since 2008. He was born in a small town in the south of England in the 1980s, where he began from a young age to develop an interest in sound and the devices used to create it. ‚Minimalist‘ composers such as Steve Reich, Gavin Bryars and Philip Glass ...

    On 17. Februar 2014 / By
  • Interview with

    Pierce Warnecke

    Pierce Warnecke is an American sound and video artist and has been crea­ting di­gi­tal ma­te­ri­al since his stu­dies at Ber­klee Col­le­ge of Music. Attrac­ted equal­ly to image and sound, he de­ve­lops mo­du­les to forge his own au­dio­vi­su­al ele­ments. He is in­spi­red by the in­ter­ac­tions bet­ween hu­mans and ma­chi­nes, sci­entific re­se­arch and com­plex data struc­tu­res, and pus­hes to de­ve­lop al­ter­na­te ways of in­te­gra­ting ...

    On 16. Februar 2014 / By
  • Interview with

    Liz Harris / Grouper

    Grouper is the solo project for electro-acoustic ambient/ noise musician Liz Harris, of Portland , Oregon. Harris’ music is a mixture of softly-strummed guitar, Wurlitzer keys, and delicate vocals. Reverb and tape delay effects are used widely throughout Harris’ recordings. She layers ethereal vocals that feel less like floating in the clouds and more like sinking into the dark earth; her music ...

    On 16. Februar 2014 / By
  • Interview with

    Falko Teichmann

    Born on the east side in 1973, Falko Teichmann has been promoting the future with GOLDMUND Concerts & Festivals in his home town Berlin for a decade and has performed in various band s such as the notorious Crack-up Collective or The Sighs. But he can also be found behind the decks since the mid-90s, from downbeat beginnings in the darker corners ...

    On 3. Februar 2014 / By
  • Interview with

    Christopher Chaplin

    Christopher James Chaplin, born in Switzerland in 1962 as the youngest son of Charlie Chaplin, studied the piano before moving to London to become an actor. In 2005, he returned to music and composition. In the following years he wrote music pieces for several European theater projects and composed orchestral multi-movement pieces such as „String Quartet no 1“ and „Scratch the Surface“. ...

    On 3. Februar 2014 / By
  • Interview with

    Hans-Joachim Roedelius

    The experimental, ambient and electronic musician Hans-Joachim Roedelius was born in 1934 in Berlin. He is best known as a co-founder of the krautrock groups Cluster and Harmonia and for his work in the ambient jazz trio Aquarello. As a child he acted in UFA films such as „…reitet für Deutschland “ (Riding for Germany, 1941) and „Verklungene Melodie“ (Dead Melody, 1938). ...

    On 8. November 2013 / By
  • Interview with

    Matthew Collings

    The Edinburgh-based composer Matthew Collings released his solo debut ‘Splintered Instruments’ (produced by Ben Frost) on Fluid Audio in January 2013. He says, “Emotionally this record comes out of reckoning with the destructive forces in my life. I’ve felt my whole life as if there is an immense, violent force ready to come out of me…” He creates an electro-acoustic world of ...

    On 8. November 2013 / By
  • Interview with

    Gerard Roberts / Kidkanevil

    Somewhere between growing up on his father’s jazz and folk collection, and the hip-hop and sound system culture of the streets outside, Kidkanevil has developed a distinctive and unusual sound over the years. He counts the likes of Bonobo, Daedelus and Wire Magazine amongst his fans, and progressives Om Unit, Blue Daisy and Illum Sphere amongst his contemporaries. Facts I was born ...

    On 7. Juni 2013 / By
  • Interview with

    David Tibet / Current 93

    David Tibet (born David Michael Bunting, 5 March 1960) is a British poet and artist who founded the music group Current 93, of which he is the only full-time member. He was given the name „Tibet“ by Genesis P-Orridge, and in January 2005 he announced that he would revert to the name David Michael, although he continues to use the well-known „Tibet“ ...

    On 6. Juni 2013 / By