There’s this mystery about Berlin-based Lårry even after having released several EPs on labels like Super Hexagon Records, Uncertainty Principle or Fusion Diagnostics as not much is known about them.
Giving the “musical journey” a proper host, Mattheis’ absorbing Techno adequately defines how the road not taken can somehow dodge the (exhausted) cliches.
Known for her vibrant sets and ingenious music selection, one finds Paramida rather out of her element, but though she isn’t crate digging or ravishing sonic technicolor all over black-clad Berlin clubbers, the Love On The Rocks label head, Rinse FM radio show host and Panorama Bar resident seems to be doing just fine.
Not certain if the ominous Third Place is down in the basement but surely it must be somewhere deep in the London underground, otherwise it’s unexplainably how Will Hofbauer can release music with such a vibe.
For the moment he’s the primary source for experimental lofi music, probably the term that best covers Ghosthwhip’s musical influences, which go from Detroit Techno to Chicago House to some Dirty South Hip-Hop back to Death Metal over to Electronica.
Fashion-icon? Music-nerd? Both! Matisa has always combined her passion for fashion with that of music leading into releases on Optimo and Biologic.
Brooklyn-based House expert Justin Cudmore is picking up pace again, after his Train Dance release on Phonica White in fall, and delivers a full hour of well- and wisely chosen music surely making one dance on the train and the floor and around.
The Melbourne House express is rolling through this interview in an highly energetic and vibrant manner like clubbers and electronic music lovers usually react to their music.