Alien Jams label boss Chloe Frieda joins Antepop on Balamii Radio (27th October / 1-3pm UK) for a live interview and mix to discuss her record label and her knack for finding and pushing eccentric, off kilter and stunningly unique electronic music.
After her performance at the first iteration of the Cairo edition of Masafat Festival on 20th September 2016, we took the chance to find out more about what makes Beatrice Dillon tick, her creative process and composition methods.
“Cutoff EP” presents perhaps the warmest, most direct sounds yet heard from the London based artist. Its combination of glowing reverb soaked pads, housey kicks and twisted electronic detritus coming across like Wolfgang Voigt played through a futurist filter.
The new Beatrice Dillon / Karen Gwyer split is a study in the ways a track can be pulled apart and reconstructed, a split release that does that rare thing of presenting two artists sonically distinct but somehow connected through concept.
Yuda captures a refined sense of experimentalism beneath it’s intense exterior. It sits in a unique place, somewhere between the abstract techno of the Stroboscopic Artefacts label, and the sound experiments of Beatriz Ferreyra.