Interview: Rekord 61


Let it not be said that Rekord 61 is a man who doesn’t know his tunes. On the contrary, the Russian producer knows what’s what like the back of his hand, particularly when it comes to his genre of choice – techno. While techno can often be brutal and punishing in sound and texture, Rekord 61’s work is relentless but also full of vigour and colour. And unsurprisingly (much like … [Read more...]

Interview: Malandra Jr.


We recently sat down with Italian DJ/producer Malandra Jr. (Diynamic, Cocoon) to talk his artistic career, the emotional process that is music production, and his life outside the club. With a new record out on Diynamic, Malandra Jr. has become an absolute one-to-watch if you like your house and techno dark but melodic. Hailing from a very musical family, Malandra Jr. has … [Read more...]

Interview: Mark Fanciulli

Mark Fanciulli Interview

2014 was a prolific year for Maidstone’s Mark Fanciulli. The talented UK producer and much in demand DJ enjoyed his finest year to date as he released a string of successful tracks for the likes of Carl Craig’s Planet E, Carl Cox’s Intec Digital, Dennis Ferrer’s Objektivity, Inmotion, Suara, Secondcity and of course, Saved records. Displaying his aptitude for crossing between … [Read more...]

Interview: Pause


France has long had a storied history when it comes to its relationship with electronic music. From Laurent Garnier to Justice and Dimitri from Paris, the country has always provided the global scene with a varied palette of electronic music. The latest such producer to come to our senses in that degree is Pause, a young man who’s aligned with the Carton Pate imprint. We caught … [Read more...]

Interview: Durty Fresh


Durty Fresh aka Dat Boy Fresh is a producer on the rise. Having recently been signed to the fledgling Mental Genius imprint, he’s a man for whom the trippier and more hypnotic side of the dance music spectrum is of utmost appeal. Indeed, one quick listen to his music and you’re immediately reminded of Loco Dice and Martin Buttrich’s brilliant early works. Suffice to say then, … [Read more...]