Latest Interviews

  • Interview with

    Fulgeance

    Fulgeance’s music is a perfect blend of huge, synth-laced French Electro and modern Instrumental Hip Hop. Fulgeance takes club music into the realm of intelligent musical arrangements, yet always remains “dumb” enough to work the floor. Hyperactive by nature, his productions have served as a showcase for his MPC skills and rich musical heritage, establishing him as a rising figure in the French beat ...

    On 12. October 2010 / By
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    Cortney Tidwell

    Cortney Tidwell comes from a country music background: her mother, Connie Eaton, had a brief brush with fame in the 1970s, and her father, like Tidwell’s husband (and co-producer) Todd, works in one of Nashville’s prestigious Music Row establishments. Growing up in the heart of Music City she spent her childhood years in her bedroom, avoiding the painful breakup of her parents’ marriage ...

    On 8. October 2010 / By
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    Lambchop

    Lambchop, originally Posterchild, is a band from Nashville, Tennessee. Lambchop is loosely associated with the alternative country genre. The music website Allmusic refers to them as “arguably the most consistently brilliant and unique American group to emerge during the 1990s”. Never a band with a “core” lineup, Lambchop has consisted of a large and fluid collective of musicians focused around its creative ...

    On 7. October 2010 / By
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    Sepalcure

    Sepalcure’s combination of love for bass and 90s house acapellas is the culmination of a cathartic two week collaboration be tween Machinedrum and Praveen. Their mix of tribal dub, house and two step beats works equally well for both late nights in the club and rainy, introspective nights at home. Detroit techno chords cut through wooden beats, neon synths and dubbed out ...

    On 4. October 2010 / By
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    Illum Sphere

    Ryan Hunn, AKA Illum Sphere, is founder of Manchester’s renowned club night Hoya:Hoya, has remixed Radiohead, toured the world’s best club nights and released music on some of its finest imprints – 3024, Tectonic, Young Turks, and now Ninja Tune, where he’s found a long term home. “Ghosts Of Then And Now” arrives on the back of eager expectation. If anyone seemed set to ...

    On 30. September 2010 / By
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    An experimental and self taught singer and songwriter originally hailing from South East London, Andreya Triana grew up submerged in a multicultural atmosphere. 2006 saw her selected from thousand s to take part in the Red Bull Music Academy in Australia where she further developed her style for improvisation and secured links with some of the best producers and musicians on the music ...

    On 29. September 2010 / By
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    Nils Frahm

    Nils Frahm works as an accomplished composer and producer from his Berlin-based Durton Studio. For a musician this early in his career, Frahm displays an incredibly developed sense of control and restraint in his work, catching the ear of many fans. As the recognition continues to grow for his previous solo piano works ‘Wintermusik’ (2009) and ‘The Bells’ (2009), 2011 saw the ...

    On 28. September 2010 / By
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    Hugo Olim

    Hugo Olim was born in Madeira island , Portugal. He works in the field of visual arts, with a focus on the mediums of video and photography. The aim of his practice is to explore the diverse nature of imagery and its relationship with sound, time, space and technology. He is currently a teacher in the Art and Design department at the University of ...

    On 15. September 2010 / By
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    Mr. Dibiase

    Hailing from LA’s very own Watt’s, Mr. Dibiase a.k.a Diabolic’s productions run the gambit from 8 bit video game classics to seductive soul to raw grungy bangers this guy has no limitations no sample is safe. This 12 time beat battle champion and runner up of the Los Angeles RED BULL BIG TUNE BATTLE. Originally 1 started making beats in 95 with ...

    On 14. September 2010 / By
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    Youth Pictures of Florence Henderson

    Youth Pictures of Florence Henderson came to be when a group of four classmates Morten (drums), Gjermund (guitar), Torbjørn (guitar) and Audun (bass) at the Bodø University decided to start a band in 2003. Their first demo, recorded in early 2004, consisted of everything from pop, via country and punk, to long and dreamy post-rock tunes. They decided they liked the latter genre, ...

    On 14. September 2010 / By
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    Punch & the Apostles

    Utilising traditional styles of music while subverting their pre-determined, anachronistic associations Punch & the Apostles display obscurely the luminescent, deathless forms of a time-drowned epoch through a cross-pollination of jazz, blues and classical punk. The songs are brilliantly rousing and gloriously anarchic. Having already not so much scraped as scooped, blasted, gouged and gashed a niche for themselves in the virulent accumulation of puss and ...

    On 8. September 2010 / By
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    Miguel Atwood-Ferguson

    Miguel Atwood-Ferguson is a freelance multi-instrumentalist/dj/arranger/composer/music director/producer/educator residing in Los Angeles, California. The depth and range of Atwood-Ferguson’s work is vast, having contributed to over 300 recordings, and countless live concerts. Miguel’s interests are many and he performs, tours and records with ensembles ranging from electronica, avant-garde, jazz, classical, hip-hop, and pop to name a few from countries all around the world. Facts ...

    On 7. September 2010 / By
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    Oriol

    Of Spanish and Trinidadian heritage, The Barcelona born (but Cambridge based) Oriol expand ed his horizons and learnt his craft at London’s broken beat related CDR (also home of Floating Points). With lush synths and a truly fresh sound evoking the summertime grooves of 80s boogie, 70s soul and mid 80s electro. Two weeks after it was released, Planet Mu issued Oriol’s first full-length, ...

    On 7. September 2010 / By
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    Cylob

    Cylob is the alias of electronic music maker Chris Jeffs. A trombone player in his youth, he progressed to experimenting with electronic music and recording in his late teens. At first inspired by early 80′s synth-pop, old-school hip-hop and electro, and dance pioneers Art Of Noise, 808 State and LFO, Chris gave a demo tape to Aphex Twin at a gig in early ...

    On 17. August 2010 / By
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    Max Tundra

    Ben Jacobs, more commonly known by the stage name Max Tundra, is an English multi-instrumental musician, singer and music producer. His work is predominantly electronic music  but incorporates non-electronic styles and instruments. Other than his full length albums, he has also done remix work for band s of varying genres including Franz Ferdinand , Architecture in Helsinki, Kid606 and the Pet Shop Boys. ...

    On 17. August 2010 / By