Latest Interviews

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    Dino Sabatini

    Italian-born producer Dino Sabatini is the artist whose strong body of work has helped to develop his local scene, and redefine what it means to work with electronic music in the 21st century: though his sounds are completely modern, synthesized and rendered with crystal clear production, he continues to tend the deep roots of lost wisdom and mythology that have sustained human ...

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    Purple Pilgrims

    The Sister from New Zealand , via Hong-Kong, Clementine and Valentine Nixon have been creating their own music with the name of “Purple Pilgrims” since few years ago. With the effects of  avant-garde sounds which they have experienced in Hong Kong underground music scene, they make unique – ethereal sounds which leads you to your depths of consciousness. After working  together with artists ...

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    Robert Curgenven

    Robert Curgenven is an Ireland -based Australian composer employing sound as a physical field of perception. His work encourages us to consider our physical experience of sound: how it shapes our understand ing of our embodiment; what it tells us about this embodiment and of how we inhabit space, both individually and collectively as an audience; and how the auditory shapes our ...

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    Andreas Tilliand er has since the debut album “Ljud” (2001), continuously developed and modified his sound. It has sounded  pop on “World Industries” and noise on “Hateless” (the latter under the Mokira monicker), but it has never sounded as the  record to be released in the end of January next year (a 12″ with remixes by praised artist Morphosis will be out ...

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    The Eye of Time

    The Eye Of Time is the Solo-Project of French musician Marc Euvrie. Euvrie’s musical development is deeply connected with the French DIY punk and hardcore scene, though he has been classically trained as well. His output was never supposed to be understood as resignation. There is no other option then showing society’s open wounds and bringing up the most painful subjects, as it ...

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    White Poppy

    Crystal Dorval’s one-man project, White Poppy, from Vancouver represents the healing powers of music and art. She calls her music “experimental therapeutic pop” and even has a blog dedicated to solutions to mental illness.With roots in shoegaze, White Poppy makes experimental and dreamy pop-rock where gossamer vocals and beautiful melodies are broken against a massive soundstage consisting of distortion, loops, reverb and ...

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    Niko Schabel

    Schabel is the main force behind Radio Citizen and in addition to the sampler and mixing desk he plays alto saxophone, clarinet and bass clarinet, kalimba and small percussion, plus rhodes, flute and synthesiser. He is regularly assisted by vocalist Bajka, double bass player Klaus Janek, and flute and sax man Wolfi. Bajka was born in an Indian temple and grew up ...

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    Stefan Goldmann

    Techno and house have always been about imagining the future and feeling the excitement of change and discovery. If anyone has lived up to this aspiration in recent years, it is Stefan Goldmann. With every new release or project he has brought a new edge to the table, creating a string of supremely memorable tracks along the way. The dirt of “The Maze”, the melodic ...

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    Catherine Lorent

    Catherine Lorent studied painting, history and art history in the Sorbonne, Paris, and did a doctorate in history and art history. Her oeuvre consists of three sphreres: visual art, music and performance. In 2013 she represented Luxembourg at the 55thBiennale di Venezia. Her works deals with the baroque draft of the whole work of art, however, is considered also as a representative of ...

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    Marianne Jacquet

    Magritte Jaco is Marianne Jacquet, who lives and works in between Paris and Berlin since 2007.In her cross media practice, she creates a playful dialogue between ethology and conceptual art, music and performance .Her Fine Art diplomas at the Ecole des Beaux Arts of Caen quickly stringed together with a series of work in the Art industry where she stoically learnt what ...

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    AMBIQ w/ Samuel Rohrer

    AMBIQ, the Berliner instrumental trio of Max Loderbauer, Samuel Rohrer and Claudio Puntin emerged onto the scene not long ago with a self-titled arjunamusic LP (AM703) of impressive sonic distinctiveness and technical ability. Drinking from a deep pool of influences that includes free improv, early electronic music and spaced-out dub, the trio does what any great ensemble should set out to do: ...

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    INNER8

    Inner8 is Daniele Antezza, a multi-faceted thinker and electronic music producer, member of Dadub duo, co-founder of Artefacts Mastering Studio and  Holotone label manager, whose regular invocation of the term praxis begins to hint at his creative aims: a primary synthesis of contemplation and action that,  in turn, encourages a secondary and entirely unpredictable set of syntheses dependent upon the listener’s unique interpretation. Though the ...

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    Cloudland Canyon is an experimental rock/psychedelic rock band originally from New York, USA. It was formed in 2002 by Kip Uhlhorn and Simon Wojan (a German citizen). After several years of long distance collaboration (and recording sessions held in the US and Germany, the first Cloudland Canyon release, Requiems Der Natur, 2002-2004 was released by Tee Pee in 2006 and was largely a ...

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    Bernd Kistenmacher

    Bernd Kistenmacher, born in Berlin in 1960, seen as the pivotal figure in the so-called second Berlin School of electronic music, emulating the first which featured Klaus Schulze, Tangerine Dream and co. Kistenmacher released his first cassette in 1984 and has been making music ever since. Kistenmacher did not like the way electronic music was developing in the Eighties, so he simply ...

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    Ancestral Voices

    The birth of Ancestral Voices represents a new path for an established and highly respected producer. Liam Blackburn carved out a singular musical voice as Indigo, and also more recently as half of acclaimed duo Akkord. Inevitably a new approach to creating music has developed into a new identity: seeping with textures, loaded with a taut energy that whispers tales of shamanism ...

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