We caught up with Todd Sines and Charles Noel to discuss HELIC.AL's raison d'être as they dive into more than two decades of sound experimentations, research and intense reflection, as well as the making of their debut LP, 'Transmit', which you can now stream in full within.
Responsible for one of last year's most strikingly beautiful ambient albums, Sad City talks up debuting his new live set at our Campfire Headphase stage at Farr Festival and goes into his working relationship with Emotional Response founder Chuggy and Nick Williams, head of R&S Records sub-label Meda Fury, which led to the release of 'Shapes In Formation'.
His most recent piece, the dazzling and thoughtful 'Vivid Flu', mirrors the complexity of today's multi-vectorial communication systems and endless interfacing that so often come out on existential vacuums and deep identity crisis. Firmly anchored in this era of uncertainty, and looking at this exacting reality through its own magnifying glass, Vallera's work wholly deserved a new scan.
Over the years Philippe Hallais aka Low Jack has quickly become a key player in the realm of off-kilter techno and boundary-pushing electronics. A few weeks ago he released his new album on Modern Love, 'An American Hero' featuring a special string of short videos by visual artist Ethan Assouline. We caught up with both artists to discuss this nascent collaboration.
Tried + Tested is our new feature series where we road test equipment in a unique live setting. On the 9th June we teamed up with UK based vinyl enthusiast company MasterSounds to host a 6-hour vinyl only party at Peckham Springs with residents Antepop, Luca Schiavioni and guest selector Kalimo to test out the "Radius 4" rotary mixer for the very first time.
Ahead of the release of ‘Dimensions Recordings: An Introduction - Part 2′, we caught up with the American producer to get his two cents about his contribution to the release and what the future holds now being part of the Dimensions family.
In the space of only two years, DJ Seinfeld has grown from the status of unheard talent onto that of an accomplished artist at the speed of light. We caught up with Armand as he opens up on his sudden rise to prominence, production debut and how he accustoms to the demanding tour life.
With the state of the world being as questionable as it is from every direction, Pardon and Mannerfelt’s newest album might as well be the reflection of what surrounds us as of late. Inverted Audio spoke to them about how important it was to take a break between albums, their process towards crafting the album and their future plans.