Another chapter of our beloved Living Techno Interview series is out, this time with an exclusive featuring Eva Swan.(more…)
Another chapter of our beloved Living Techno Interview series is out, this time with an exclusive featuring DJ T-1000.
DJ T-1000 a.k.a Alan Oldham is a central figure in techno history. Detroit born and based in Berlin, he began his career in the early 90s with Underground Resistance, and is a prolific producer whose music has appeared on many labels including BPitch and Tresor. Behind the scenes, he runs legendary Detroit labels like Generator, Pure Sonik and Detroitrocketscience, and also works as a graphic artist and illustrator, producing iconic cover and merch artworks for Djax-Up-Beats, +8, Transmat and many more.
For this interview, among other things, Alan tells us a little about his long artistic and professional career, as well as he describes his latest release ‘The Dirrty Underground EP’ for Ellen Allien’s label, Bpitch. The EP was released on July 16, 2021 and you can get the digital release via Bandcamp. Full interview below.
Last month (May 21, 2021), Tresor announced the first in a series of digital releases to celebrate the label’s 30th anniversary and the next generation to come. First release of the series was a powerful 6-track EP titled ‘Dualism’ by Fireground.
Fireground is the collaboration of Angela and Daniele, who are predominantly known for their output of Techno and Electro via their own label R12 Records. With ‘Dualism’, the Napolitan duo delivered a timeless release that’s expertly connecting classic Birmingham sound of the 90s and early 2000s – think Surgeon’s Tresor trilogy – with current research in Techno. The EP was released the past May 21, 2021 and you can get the digital release in Bandcamp.
We had the chance to get an exclusive interview with Angela and Daniele, in which we talked, among other interesting things, about their EP signed with Tresor, about the production process of the tracks, and a little about how they formed the duo Fireground. you can find the full interview below.
As always, we are excited to present a new episode of the Living Techno Interview series, again collaborating with Freakquency Productions In Guatemala. These guys have arranged an exclusive interview and mix with the Dj and Producer from Hamburg, Lampé.
This outstanding artist describes his music as “something in between techno, minimal or deep tunes… he is experienced in subharmonics, cooking emotions and surprises he brings groove and energy to the tunes’. Having released music in Alula Tunes, Mirror, Phobos, Ballroom, Music4Aliens or Techgnosis Records, every track is one of a kind with his typical signature.
Listen below to Lampé’s exclusive set for Freakquency Transmissions Volume 10:
Today is a special day, in a collaboration with the guys of Freakquency Productions from Guatemala (a music collective, event promoter and most of all, a group of friends, Djs and Producers that is aiming to start a deep culture of techno music in Guatemala), we bring you a very interesting and exclusive interview with an extremely talented Dj and Producer, a techno magician with a lot of knowledge in music production.
With this post, we welcome Ignacio Arfeli to be a part of the Living Techno files. Read more about him and his exclusive interview with us below.
Hailing from Buenos Aires, Argentina and based in Berlin, 2019 was a breakout year for Ignacio. Although he\’s a relative newcomer, the young artist has already created a space for himself with raw sounds, textures and dark percussions. Crossing the line between underground and more commercial productions, he’s landed himself on some of the most respected labels in the world, like AnalyticTrail, Suara, Octopus Recordings, We Are The Brave, Odd Recordings and Noir Music.
Charlotte De Witte has frequently opened festivals with tracks from him, and many other giants in the scene drop his music on their touring playlists like Alan Fitzpatrick, Eric Pryzd, Dense & Pika, Sian, Sam Paganini, Noir, Coyu, Pan Pot and many more… But that\’s not a surprise, especially after listening to Ignacio Artefi\’s DJset recorded exclusively for Freakquency Transmissions podcast. (Listen below)