Latest Interviews

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    Electric Indigo

    Electric Indigo works as musician, composer and DJ. She started her DJ career in 1989 in Vienna and worked at the legendary Hard Wax record store in Berlin from 1993 to 1996. In 1998, she created female:pressure, an international database for female artists in the fields of electronic music and digital arts which got an Honorary Mention at Prix Ars Electronica 2009. ...

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    Mondkopf

    French producer Mondkopf (aka Paul Régimbeau) has always seemingly stood apart from the musical trends that surround him since his arrival in 2008 with The (Declaration of) Principles EP on the Fool House label. Across two albums Mondkopf’s music has developed markedly from this early release, with 2009’s Galaxy Of Nowhere a sprawling collection of downtrodden electronica and widescreen orchestral moments melded with crunched and processed beats. His second ...

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    Lola Marsh

    Lola Marsh is an indie – folk band formed by Gil Land au and Yael Shoshana Cohen. The two met after studying music and they q uickly began to write, record and perform together. Mati Gilad (Bass), Rami Osservaser (Guitar, Piano), Dekel Dvir (Drums) joined them shortly after. Their music combines deep, warm, nostalgic vocals, heart-on-the-sleeve-lyrics and Middle Eastern guitar melodies. Following massive performances ...

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    Tasseomancy

    Tasseomancy is the musical project of twin sisters, Sari and Romy Lightman. Influenced by the likes of Robbie Basho, Broadcast, Mary Margaret O’hara, This Mortal Coil and Alice Coltrane’s Turiya Sings, the sisters have developed a unique sound, combining the lyrical and vocal traditions of folk music with the experimental attitudes of psychedelia, new wave and new age music. In 2011, the sisters ...

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    Gabriel Saloman

    Gabriel Saloman is a multidisciplinary artist based in Vancouver, Canada, who works in sound, text, visual medium and socially collaborative forms. He has been composing and performing experimental music for almost two decades both individually and in a variety of collaborations. He is best known for his work with Pete Swanson in the Portland , USA based free-noise project Yellow Swans. His ...

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    SOMEC

    SOMEC (AKA Giovanni Napoli) is a self-declared electronics freak. He doesn’t consider himself a music producer as much as a synthesis junkie. The recordings he leaves behind are narratives of his explorations in sound, tracks left on his own research path. In it, every sound produced is born out of sheer love for the metamorphic qualities of raw but complex textural elements, ...

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    Joe LiTrenta from Bengalfuel

    Bengalfuel is the audio/visual project of Joe LiTrenta and Lou DiBenedetto. They have released ambient electronic music on labels such as Hibernate Recordings, Resting Bell and Twice Removed Records as well as many self-released digital EP’s and albums, with accompanying music videos. Facts 1: Bengalfuel is Joe LiTrenta and Lou DiBenedetto; Joe makes music solo as Doc Deem, Lou makes music solo ...

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    Bintus

    In 2014 Bintus aka Milo Smee takes the wheel, with an expedition into the occult history of Acid, Electro and Techno on his own recently manifested record label ‘Power Vacuum’, which receives on-going support from Surgeon, 2562, Objekt, Rand omer, Blawan, Perc, Truss, Mark Broom etc. His recent LP ‘Live* & Locked’ has formed the basis of a pummeling new live set, which recently debuted ...

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    Sarah Farina

    Over the last couple of years, Sarah Farina grew to become one of Berlin’s main tastemakers in underground bass. Her sets are driven forward through futuristic breakbeats and intense basslines. Not sticking to any specific genre, she defines the music she plays as rainbow bass. She is one of the original founders of the record label Through My Speakers. Being connected with several crews her ...

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    Teebs

    Teebs is a producer, a painter, and contributing member of the noted LA based Brainfeeder record label. Following the release of his much anticipated sophomore album Estara, Teebs began to redirect his creative focus into completing the body of work that would later be exhibited as “Overgrown”. His painting practice bares much relation to his music production: collaging, overlapping, and mixing imagery with painted gesture to ...

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    Jenny Hval

    Jenny Hval has in recent years made a name for herself as a writer, journalist, recording artist and sound artist both in No rway and abroad. When her third record Viscera was released in 2011, WIRE magazine described the record as: “a stunning achievement both conceptually and musically.” Multidisciplinary and transgressive are words often employed to describe her art, but Jenny Hval’s ...

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    Circuit des Yeux

    Circuit des Yeux is the solo project of Chicago-based artist Haley Fohr. A combination of folk chanteuse and noise maven, Fohr’s sound vacillates seamlessly between lo-fi and effortless-sounding songwriting sophistication. Between 2009-11 Fohr released three solo records and a series of EP’s and 7-inches with De Stijl, gaining international momentum with literally hundreds of live appearances around the world. Fohr’s highly anticipated 4th ...

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    Sea Change

    “Fresh on the scene, Sea Change is the alter-ego of Ellen A. W. Sunde. Creating chilling electronica-pop, previous comparisons have been drawn to the likes of Fever Ray and Lykke Li, with a sound similar to artists such as iamamiwhoami, MØ and Broods.” Her debut album „Breakage“ has been released February 23rd 2015. Born in the south of Norway in the late 80s with ...

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    Owen Ashworth

    Advance Base is new music by Owen Ashworth, formerly of Casiotone for the Painfully Alone. Walking the line between electric pop & more traditional singer/songwriter forms, Owen Ashworth builds minimalist, heavy-hearted, & nostalgia-obsessed tunes around his conversational, baritone vocals, using electric pianos, Omnichords, orchestral samples, & drum machines. The sound of Advance Base has been described as “depressed, ” “lo-fi, ” & “pop.” Advance Base ...

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    Lisa Alma

    Lisa Alma blends her soothing voice with tranquil piano chords and pulsating electronic beats to create an encapsulating dream-pop universe. Her self-titled album’s melodramatic aura puts a contemporary spin on ’80’s pop music. Intoxicating sounds and contemplative lyrics produce a sense of depth on her powerful debut album. Her work in the field of performance arts and photography has invoked a sense of ...

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