We caught up with Japanese house music legend Satoshi Tomiie to discuss his album “New Day”. Satoshi has also recorded a special ‘late night radio’ themed mix, encompassing music for all varieties of situations.
Burnt Friedman serves up an hours mix of hypnotic polyrhythms, dubby corridors and cerebrally stimulating audio patterns. Friedman also speak about why 2015 is likely to be a busy twelve months for him and his label Nonplace.
Danish born producer Uffe discusses the makings of his recently released multi-instrumental album ‘Radio Days’ on Tartelet Records and serves up a mix featuring music from Sound Stream, Axel Boman, Max Graef, Theo Parrish, Bruce, Flying Lotus.
Paradis might be one of the most ambitious projects to come out of France in recent years. With a new album in the works, we decided to catch up with Simon and Pierre to discover more about their musical background, new album and sophisticated yet romantic approach to music videos.
Olivier Lamm talks to Stefan Goldmann about his new album “Industry” discussing his decision to use presets only, as well as acquiring gear, software and the complications of distributing music to audiences.
Vladislav Delay celebrates the release of his new ambient album ‘Visa’ by compiling this special ‘long dinner party’ Jazz mix featuring music from Charles Mingus, Thelonius Monk, John Coltrane, Miles Davis and many more.
The alliance of Grenier’s and Archie Pelago’s styles effectively transcends the arbitrary conjunction of monikers, their sound signatures echoing one another with a very natural feeling while retaining their sovereignty.