Category Archives for Interviews

Truancy Volume 101: Interstellar Funk

‘Two Degrees of Separation’ is the theory that everyone and everything in Amsterdam is two or fewer steps from each other, by way of introduction. This is how we first got in touch with Olf van Elden – alias Interstellar Funk … Continue reading

26. September 2014 by Soraya Brouwer
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Interview: Tinashe

The most common introduction we have to emerging artists is a process of gradual budding. We see artists stumble through mixtapes of exploration and hesitation before they finally grasp a wholesome and comfortable identity for their debut effort to be … Continue reading

19. September 2014 by Sindhuja Shyam
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Interview: Maria Minerva

She’s travelled across many, but there are no borders in Maria Minerva’s music. Dub basslines cruise alongside rave stabs, YouTube rips, 2-step kicks and waves of noise. Even her vocals fluctuate track to track, slipping from spoken word into torch songs. … Continue reading

25. June 2014 by Stephanie Neptune
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Functions Of The Now VIII: SPF666

After revisiting Berlin to talk to M.E.S.H. in our last edition we move to Portland to meet another producer at the centre of an exciting party collective: SPF666. Together with friends Commune and Massacooramaan, Zak SPF666 runs Club Chemtrail, a party … Continue reading

11. June 2014 by Simon Docherty
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Interview: Russo

We have a series of firsts here. Next month audiovisual artist Ari Russo, who records expansive electronic music under his last name, will release the first record on Luke Wyatt’s Valcrond Video imprint not by the label boss himself. In … Continue reading

30. May 2014 by Aidan Hanratty
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