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  1. I stumbled across an interview Adult Swim - of all people - did with Actress, after trying find one for ages (obviously searching for "actress interview" is going to come up with a ton of shit). "it's not like Taxi Driver, you know wo'a'mean" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhkGjjCTOog here's another interview AS did with Pinch, who I'm a big fan of now. an intelligent, soft-spoken dude. I had one of those braingasm moments when I found out he's the one behind Tectonic. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXZ1k3nreo0 this is probably my favourite short interview of one of the WAT
  2. It's probably lurking on here somewhere as well, but since the XYZ track from the Peel Session is finally released, thought it might be cool to hear them talking about their music to John Peel... Boards_of_Canada_Peel_Session_21_July_1998_full_interview.mp3
  3. NME has published an interview with the surviving members of Joy Division on the 40th anniversary of their masterwork, Unknown Pleasures: https://www.nme.com/blogs/nme-blogs/joy-divisions-unknown-pleasures-at-40-how-they-made-the-proto-goth-masterpiece-2508945 Vinyl Factory has also an article on the surviving band members request for modern directors to create music videos for the songs from Unknown Pleasures - the first one created and available is for "I Remember Nothing" (embeds are not allowed for this video, so you'll have to click through): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v
  4. found a really old doc with some articles in french that are already out there, but this one I haven't read before. its from a french magazine. thought of sharing because its a really nice read, google translated so, enjoy. Twintwin at the Syldaves The Inrockuptibles n ° 311 - October 30, 2001 Interview by JD Beauvallet After announcing his retirement the last, Aphex Twin returns with a furious and exciting double album: Drukqs. Very rare but generous in interview, this fundamental character of the electronic music is finally explained on his characters, his methods, his origins and
  5. https://d.craussiniwtxehpaenizagamkce94.net Use link in browser (make sure location settings are enabled). 'Go to a location on the map. Unlock the content.' Map populates with Aphex logos. Lots showing all over the world when zooming out. There are about 7 near me but not within quick reach... might see if I can check 'em out later.
  6. a lot of you might have read this one already, but is always inspiring to hear the man himself. enjoy!
  7. https://pitchfork.com/thepitch/autechre-interview-nts-sessions-david-lynch-where-code-meets-music/ https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/music/autechre-something-happens-when-you-listen-to-music-in-the-dark-1.3558048
  8. The Playground has an interview with Graham Massey of 808 State:
  9. Plaid are pretty good, I recommend you check them out. Here is a short interview clip mixed with live footage: [youtubehd]ObUNbuax2v4[/youtubehd] The Plaid part starts about six or so minutes in before Carl Craig butts in.
  10. PSA023 now live in the archive. https://www.mixcloud.com/PenrynSpaceAgency/psa-mission-023-ft-gareth-clarke Regular listeners will know that over the last year we have been focusing on hot new spacey electronic music. At the time of first broadcast, last week, 66.6% of the tracks were less than a month old, 31% unreleased, 14% PSA exclusives. Big thx to Gareth Clarke for the 30 min mix and interview - he's got a few live dates lined up Lille, Berlin & Colchester - more info here https://www.facebook.com/garethclarkemusic/posts/1044155995656216 Check out full tracklist with
  11. Kavinsky

    Ae Interview

    I´ve recorded an 1 hour Ae special from the Austrian radiostation Ö1. sadly most of the talk is overdubbed but i will translate some parts. they spoke about their beginnings, production techniques and their thoughts about current electronic music also Sean has 2 kids. http://www.filedropper.com/aeinterview03092015
  12. DvStcH

    Sigils!!

    Nice to see sigils getting mentioned in the mainstream press. Anyone else use them? i've done 'em from time to time, i find them an artistic way of stating my intent and bringing what i intend to do to the forefront of my experience/consciousness. I don't believe in them. Most of them have worked. How i define 'working' i'm not so sure but strange outcomes have occurred and i'm in a better place than I would have ended up had i flapped around not focusing on what I intended to do and just floating rudderlessly thru life only doing what I thought others expected of me. Not sure if that is
  13. http://www.residentadvisor.net/feature.aspx?2358
  14. The current list of interviews for Syro: Fader (Preview) Fader (Full interview) Pitchfork (Preview) Pitchfork (Full interview) Pitchfork (note: links to mp3 - podcast about the interview) ​Groove (Preview #1) Groove (Preview #2, other producers ask Richard) Groove (Full list of other producers questions) OOR (Bonus Beats #1 translation by Herr Jan here ) OOR (Bonus Beats #2 translation by Toastmann here ) OOR (Full interview translated by Herr Jan in .doc) Rolling Stone (Full interview) Spex (Full interview, translated by rd1994 from these scans) Tsugi (Full interview,
  15. Keith Fullerton Whitman does a phone interview with Squarepusher circa 2001:
  16. http://www.tinymixtapes.com/features/plaid A relatively new (unposted?) interview over at Tiny mix Tapes, where the duo discuss their lax relationship with Warp, the failure to make Reachy Prints more simple (in a good way) and other things.
  17. Hi all. First post on the forum. I recorded an interview with Tom Jenkinson for the jazz show I host on Radio Active, an independent radio station in Wellington, New Zealand. You can listen in live at GMT+12 11am this coming Sunday (Star Wars Day) by streaming on www.radioactive.fm or your favourite radio streaming app (it's definitely on TuneIn). I will pop back with a link to stream on mixcloud after the show and pass on 320Kbps mp3s of the interview to the moderator of Squarepusher downloads after Sunday.
  18. SONA #187. Diedrich Diederichsen The cultural critic and music journalist Diedrich Diederichsen talks about the role of criticism in contemporary art, the social dimension of today's music, and the links and differences between the art and music worlds. Link: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/sonia/diedrich-diederichsen/capsula
  19. MEMORABILIA. COLLECTING SOUNDS WITH... Andy Votel. Part I Produced by Matías Rossi Link: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/research/memorabilia-andy-votel/capsula PDF: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/20131212/Memorabilia_Andy_Votel_eng.pdf Andy Votel’s first musical passion was hip-hop, which intrigued as well as attracted him: he wanted to find out how that music was made. Thanks to his resourceful father, he discovered that it was based on loops, and that many of them were samples from other songs. That was the start of his obsession with discovering sources, and of his scouring of records that
  20. Hello, the Italian music magazine Mucchio Selvaggio published in the last issue an interview with BOC. Since it cited WATMM in one of the questions to the Sandisons (that made me chuckle when I read it), I made the effort to translate the text. The weird wording is partly my fault not being a native english speaker, partly due to the interviewer trying to be cool by placing dramatic full stops in the middle of a sentence. I attached the scans from the magazine, there's some press photos in it and the original text if you can read italian. Enjoy
  21. http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2013/jun/06/boards-of-canada-become-more-nihilistic
  22. K-Mag just posted a mix by myself aswell as an interview about the Subtle Audio label. You can check the interview here ---> http://www.kmag.co.u...-guest-mix.html ... The link for the mix on that page doesn't seem to be working for the moment, so here's another one ---> http://dnbshare.com/...ag-mix.mp3.html Mix Tracklisting : 1. NCQL - The Framed Dreams Of Loki (SUBTLE016) 2. dgoHn - 4.37745 Yards (SUBTLE017) 3. Dan Habarnam - Janee (SUBTLE004EP) 4. Indidjinous - Initiation (SUBTLED010) 5. Mecca - Virtual Affair (SUBTLE004EP) 6. Polska - Outvert (
  23. Volume 9 of "ele-king" was published today. It features Autechre on the cover (love the photo) and an interview. I think the book comes with a CD that contains a mix by DJ Nobu. Not really sure. http://www.ele-king.net/news/002995/
  24. Having a look to the whole Planet Mu evolution during all these years, what would you change or would you do differently? I don’t think I would change anything, I’d like to accept the change and growth in the label naturally, as it has happened. I’m not the sort of person that mulls over the past with bitterness or anything. I just make decisions at the time and then accept the consequences. However, there are a few artists which I really wanted to sign but lost out to other labels, and that still happens. But it’s business at the end of the day, I try to see everything from the point of
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