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A TECHNO Conversation between DeForrest Brown, Jr. & Katia Mullova DeForrest Brown, Jr. is a producer, media theorist, and curator. Brown has released music both under his own name and with the Speaker Music moniker and he’s a representative of the Make Techno Black Again campaign. For this episode, he discussed with DJ and radio host Katia Mulluova some of the themes of Assembling a Black Counter Culture, to be released in 2021 by Primary Information Press. The book traces techno roots with a focus on Black experiences in industrialized labor, revisiting thinking and techniques behind key early players and placing ...
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Francesca Gavin is a writer, editor and curator based between London and Vienna. Her monthly radio show focused on visual arts and music, Rough Version, on NTS Radio has been running for six years and will be published as a book in 2022.
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A TECHNO Conversation with Invernomuto Invernomuto is an artistic duo created in 2003 by Simone Bertuzzi and Simone Trabucchi who have been operating as artists, producers, organizers. They open up about Black Med, one of their ongoing research launched as a website at the end of October 2021. Black Med is a theoretical reflection inspired by post-colonial, migratory, transnational, and diaspora studies via the sound trajectories that crossed and cross the Mediterranean. The project, in its online form, is an endless stream of an archive that contains music, sounds, and media of various kinds selected by Invernomuto and a network ...
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Luca Dalmasso aka Luc Sauvage is a DJ and electronic music producer born and raised in Bolzano and based in Berlin. He was exposed to early music from a young age, growing up in the 80s, he became a fan of synth-pop, new-wave and italo-disco. After few years spent in Belgium, he started DJing in 2006. In 2013 he moved to Berlin and founded the DJing and producer duo Sauvage World with Michele Tessadri.
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In this episode, Reece Cox talks with Menishu, resident DJ at OMOH, a party that—since 2016—has become a pillar of Budapest’s underground queer movement. Menishu refers to OMOH as a “a safe haven for queerdos, weirdos and other misfits.” Here, he opens up about the project he co-founded, about the roles that nightlife has in organizing a queer community in a LGBTQ+ adverse political climate.
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A TECHNO Conversation between Nyshka Chandran & Auco Nyshka Chandran is a a freelance journalist reporting on politics, economics and culture with specialist knowledge of the Asia-Pacific region. Her work has been published on publications such as the BBC, CNBC, Al Jazeera, Resident Advisor and Ableton, among others. Auco is a UK-born DJ and promoter. Opening and closing track courtesy of DJ Disrespect, released on 12″ vinyl by Scum Collective.
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Oroko is a not-for-profit independent internet radio station based in Accra, Ghana (https://oroko.live/). Launched in 2022, the radio seeks to reclaim and recenter narratives from the African and Diasporic artistic communities with a particular focus on local perspectives in Accra, in addition to cultivating and nurturing relationships with like-minded projects across the globe. Oroko Radio focuses on alternative techno, house and electronic music sounds and thoughts coming from and influenced by the African continent. The project’s founding team is a group of industry professionals/artists with roots in West Africa (Ghana, Nigeria) and Europe (Germany, UK), with a wealth of experience ...
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Pavel Milyakov, the Moscow-based producer also known as Buttechno is a prolific exponent of the Russian electronic music scene: he has released leftfield techno, experimental, and ambient music for labels such as Smalltown Supersound, The Trilogy Tapes, Berceuse Heroique. He was one of the initiators and collaborators of seminal parties such as Nii, Science & Art, and labels such as Gost Zvuk and RASSVET. Through a variety of activities and collaborations, since the mid-10s he has established himself as one of the pivotal names in the Russian underground renaissance internationally.
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A TECHNO Conversation between Simon Reynolds & Reece Cox Simon Reynolds is the author of a number of books about music and popular culture: most recently Futuromania: Sogni Elettronici Da Morder ai Migos; also Energy Flash, a history of rave music and dance culture; Rip It Up and Start Again or as it is known in Italy, Postpunk; Retromania: Pop Culture’s Addiction to Its Own Past; and the glam rock study Shock and Awe, which bears the poetic title Polvere di Stelle in Italy and was published by Minimum Fax, as were most of the other books mentioned. Born in London, ...
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Stefan Goldmann develops music which is derived from the fundamentals of techno and the characteristics of related media formats. His works range from tracks to large-scale compositions for dance, ensembles and film. Goldmann performs worldwide in clubs and at festivals, including SXSW (Austin), Mutek (Montreal) and Club To Club (Torino). He received numerous commissions and developed site-specific concert formats for institutions such as the LACMA museum in Los Angeles, Kyoto’s Honen-In Temple and CCK in Buenos Aires. For Berlin’s Berghain club he conceived the Elektroakustischer Salon events and writes a column for the club’s monthly flyer programme. Stefan Goldmann is ...
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A TECHNO Conversation between Tim Lawrence & Katia Mullova Tim Lawrence is the author of “Love Saves the Day: A History of American Dance Music Culture, 1970-79”, “Hold on to Your Dreams: Arthur Russell and the Downtown Music Scene, 1973-92” and “Life & Death on the New York Dance Floor, 1980-83”. He is the co-founder of Lucky Cloud Sound System/the London Loft, which organised Loft-style parties with David Mancuso from 2003 onwards, and All Our Friends, where he also DJs. He is the co-host of “Love Is the Message”, a podcast about DJ culture, music and counterculture, and the founder of ...
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Whitney Wei is the Editor-in-Chief of the electronic music platform Resident Advisor, and former Editor-in-Chief of Electronic Beats. Wei writes about club culture and experimental dance music scenes from around the world. Her words have appeared in The Guardian, Vogue US, Pitchfork, Mixmag, FACT, Highsnobiety, and Numéro Berlin, among others. In 2020, she served as a mentor for the Factory Berlin, Sónar+D. In this episode she will share with us her experiences of managing an international dance media outlet, his point of view on the potential of scenes in community building and civic activism, and a look at the current ...

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