Latest Interviews

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    The Los Angeles-based electronic-music Don known as Kraddy has always brought the undiluted sound of the underground to new  audiences. From his work as a founding member of the infamous Glitch Mob to his solo work, Kraddy (born Matthew Kratz) has always been known for shattering genre conventions while moving crowds everywhere from Red Rocks to L.A.’s famed Low End Theory club. ...

    On 23. June 2010 / By
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    Rucyl & King Britt aka Saturn Never Sleeps

    Saturn Never Sleeps came about when music producer King Britt and singer​/artist Rucyl collar​orated in 2009 for two improvisatio​nal perfor​mances specif​ically dedicated to the music and sound of fellow Philad​elphian Sun-Ra. Carrying on in the tradition of Sun Ra’s vision of process as art, they decided to continue their project, which led to a year of amazing opport​unitie​s. The duo has been inspired ...

    On 21. June 2010 / By
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    Dr Strangeloop

    David Wexler aka Dr. Strangeloop is an artist and graphics designer. Best known for his work designing and performing live-visual shows for musicians like Flying Lotus, Skrillex, and Erykah Badu, Wexler is the grand son of Academy Award winning cinematographer Haskell Wexler, and the son of Academy Award winning sound-mixer Jeff Wexler. David’s short films have been selections at the Telluride Film ...

    On 2. June 2010 / By
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    Global Goon

    Global Goon’s Jonathan Hawk earned a recording contract with Rephlex Records before moving to London and being Richard D. James’ (aka Aphex Twin)’s housemate. He had been making electronic music using SoundEdit 16 while supporting himself with various programming jobs. After moving into a shared house with James,  Tom Jenkinson,  Chris Jeffs and  Grant Wilson-Claridge, he released his first album Goon on Rephlex in 1996. Rumours that Goon actually was ...

    On 28. May 2010 / By
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    Barry Burns from Mogwai

    Barry Burns is a Scottish musician  best known for his work with Mogwai. Mogwai is a Scottish post-rock band , formed in 1995 in Glasgow. The band consists of Stuart Braithwaite (guitar, vocals),  John Cummings (guitar, vocals),  Barry Burns (guitar, piano, synthesizer, vocals),  Dominic Aitchison (bass guitar), and  Martin Bulloch (drums). The band typically composes lengthy guitar-based instrumental pieces that feature dynamic contrast, melodic bass guitar lines, and heavy use of distortion and  effects. Burns ...

    On 26. May 2010 / By
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    Dieter Möbius

    Dieter Moebius is a German/Swiss experimental/krautrock/ambient/electronic musician. Moebius studied art in Brussels and  Berlin and met there Hans-Joachim Roedelius and  Conrad Schnitzler (Tangerine Dream). They founded a band  Kluster in 1969. After the departure of Schnitzler, they changed their name to Cluster. Later Moebius and Roedelius founded the band  Harmonia with Michael Rother (Neu!), which also collaborated with Brian Eno. Dieter Moebius was involved into numerous projects with such musicians as Conny Plank,  Mani Neumeier (Guru Guru). Moebius toured with Michael Rother as Rother & Moebius in ...

    On 13. May 2010 / By
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    James Lavelle from Unkle

    Everything James Lavelle has created and initiated has been driven by the same irrepressible sense of curiosity and an incor ruptible willingness to take risks. The music released today under the banner of UNKLE is very different from early UNKLE records. The spirit is the same. Unkle are a British musical outfit founded in 1994 by school friends James Lavelle and  Tim Goldsworthy. Originally categorised ...

    On 12. May 2010 / By
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    Midori Hirano

    MimiCof a.k.a. midori hirano is a Japanese musician, composer, sound artist and producer, born in Kyoto and now based in Ber lin, stems across a diverse range of genres and cultures. Her productions are based around the use of traditional instrumentation such as the piano or strings, but yet her works are so diverse and eclectic mixture of modern digital sounds with ...

    On 11. May 2010 / By
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    Hans-Joachim Roedelius / Cluster

    Roedelius – The Diary Of The Unforgotten/Selbstportrait VI was released at April 23th, 2010 on Bureau B. A beautiful collection of recordings from 1972 to 1978, first released in 1990 (with different artwork). „Selbstportrait VI“ contains compositions Roedelius did in addition to his work with Cluster, Harmonia and Brian Eno in the legendary Forst years. In the booklet Roedelius looks back on ...

    On 3. May 2010 / By
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    Jack Barnett from These New Puritans

    These New Puritans are a London-based band from the Southend-on-Sea area. The group consists mainly of Jack Barnett (songwriter, producer, vocalist, multi-instrumentalist), his twin brother George Barnett (drums, loops) and Thomas Hein (bass, sampler, keyboards, drums). Sophie Sleigh-Johnson (keyboards, sampler) was an active member of TNP between 2006 and 2010. They have recorded three albums,  Beat Pyramid, released in 2008,  Hidden, released in 2010, and  Field of ...

    On 29. April 2010 / By
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    Homecut is the brainchild of Hip-Hop emcee/producer Testament. Conscious lyricism, live instrumentation and mix of Soul, Hip-Hop and sonic experimentation mark out Homecut as a fresh sound on the UK land scape. The critically acclaimed debut album “No Freedom without sacrifice” was released in 2009 and features collaborations with Grammy winner Corinne Bailey Rae, Mercury Prize nominee Soweto Kinch, US rap legend ...

    On 27. April 2010 / By
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    James Fox

    James Fox is a producer and DJ currently based in Bristol, UK. His early 12″s on the likes of TAKE Records and Well Rounded  Housing Project combined the jack and groove of deep house with the bass pressure of the UK underground and in doing so found their way into the boxes of respected DJs and selectors across several genres. Follow up releases ...

    On 28. March 2010 / By
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    Jason Forrest

    Jason Forrest is an electronic music producer known for noisy experimental electronica and breakcore incorporating many idea s of mash-up and rock and roll. Largely produced and performed on a single computer (including live shows), his songs tend to be constructed from digital samples of found sounds and other artists’ music. Until 2004 he recorded under the name Donna Summer, an allusion ...

    On 5. February 2010 / By
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    Michaela Schwentner aka. Jade is a conceptual media artist mainly working with film, video and sound. She is the director of Mosz Records. Her work has an experimental approach – she tries to find new ways of storytelling and of the reception of sound (by visualising it). Under the moniker Jade she has been working on audio-visual performances both solo and with musicians/sound ...

    On 2. February 2010 / By
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    Vitor Joaquim

    Vitor Joaquim, laptop experimentalist, sound and visual artist, graduated in sound and film directing. He started performing  improvised music and get involved in experimental art by the mid 80’s. Since then, he has created extensively for dance, theater, video, installations and cross media platforms. Until now, he has five solo releases, several collaborations and a long list of participation’s in compilations and ...

    On 28. January 2010 / By