Stepping Into The Dura Plane : Jakob Skott Talks ‘Instrumentality’ And The Road To It

Ever since his first solo album Doppler back in 2012, Jakob Skott has remained ever-moving and ever-creative. Whether he’s laying down the serious grooves behind the drums in Causa Sui, working out synth/drum workouts on his own records, designing album art for El Paraiso Records album releases, or co-running the label he started with longtime […]

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Piece By Piece : October Brings 2nd Anniversary of Burning Witches Records and ‘Pieces’ Split EP Trilogy

Photos by @printsheduk Darren Page and Gary Dimes, aka Burning Tapes and All of Them Witches, aka co-owners of the UK record label Burning Witches Records have had a hell of a first two years of operation. Starting in 2016, the guys have curated and hosted some of the best artists working in electronic music […]

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Sonic Explorations : Neil Lord Talks Future Museums, His Creative Process, and Collaboration

There’s a few ways one ends up when they grow up in the country. There’s the person that can’t wait to turn 18 so they can blow out of the rural landscapes and trade them for towers of concrete and the blinding lights of a thriving downtown. There’s also the person that never leaves the […]

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Exploring Textures : Michael C. Sharp Talks Collaborations and ‘End Times’

Michael C. Sharp is the musician’s musician. He can jump from drums to keys to guitar when needed(there’s probably more instruments I could add to that list), and he does in his various musical outlets. From Sungod to Äutlier to his solo work, Sharp takes whatever musical reigns in front of him and builds soundscapes and […]

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Synthesizer Music : Jake Schrock Talks ‘Tropical Depression’ And Writing For The Instrument

Musician Jake Schrock creates music in the world of synthesizers, and he’s a classicist in that regards. Meaning, he works in the realm of analog and vintage gear, building his musical worlds from circuits, tubes, and all the warmth that came with classic synth records from the 70s. There’s a depth in his work that […]

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