Dec 05 2016
New Podcast from SNTS
Losing Sight, Finding Sound.
The anonymous techno entity gets shady this fortnight. SNTS has just released his second album, Losing Sight, on new label Sacred Court. It sees him turning a darker and more industrial corner, exploring noise to powerful extremes.
His mix features all the non-floor elements that have inspired his new record. Play here.
Nov 21 2016
New Podcast from Jeff Rushin
On and On and On.
The Amsterdam DJ, producer and promoter steps up with “a musical history” mix. Catch Jeff Rushin perform at our Electric Deluxe Presents Warehouse Edition on Friday Dec 30 with Speedy J, RØDHÅD, Dax J, Shifted, Ø [Phase], Clouds, VRIL (who’s playing live) AND the Noodlebar Soundsystem. (Listen back to a live recording of the latter, taken from the crew’s last show with us in Rotterdam at the start of the year).
Get the NYE party started extra extra early, by hitting this.
Nov 07 2016
New Podcast from Kareem
Producer and live performer Kareem, chief of cult underground techno label Zhark Records, steps up this fortnight. Featuring classic cuts from outposts like Strictly Rhythm, UR, Djax Up, Apollo, Tresor, Basic Channel and more, the Berliner takes us on a journey from 1988 right up to present date. Listen in now.
Oct 12 2016
New Podcast from FAR
Who is FAR? What is Flash Point? The latter is simple to explain; Flash Point is FAR’s brand new EDLX LMTD record, a nine-track double EP of haunted ambient soundscapes and vengeful techno compositions.
FAR first came to us last year with Inevitable Collapse, a wistful record made exclusively from machine jams. Now those amorphous sounds and thematic wisps have formed, solidified into a lengthy aural excursion that is eery and beautiful in one.
To debunk some of those themes, here’s an exclusive mix from FAR.
Sep 26 2016
New Podcast from Pinion
Gin & Juice & NIN.
Pinion is the industrial techno alias of Bobby Dowell; Chicago resident, Droid affiliate and a name Electric Deluxe fans should be familiar with…
Dowell contributed a punishing remix of Black Asteroid’s “Metal” a few years back, EDLX.036 for those keeping count. He’s also released on the likes of Perc Trax, CLR, Soma and Mord. Not that you could tell from his podcast this fortnight. Stacked with US rap and hip hop from dons such as Mos Def, Snoop Dog and Puff Daddy, plus a ton of Nine Inch Nails and a sprinkling of 80’s synth pop, it’s quite a selection: feel good for all the ages.
Tune in here.