Untitled 909 Podcast 015: Oisin

Paving his way in the Dublin scene, Oisin has previously hosted a regular show on Dublin Digital Radio – spotlight some of his favourite labels – and has been booked for parties such as Bodytonic and at The Bernard Shaw. Now based in London, Oisin selections span across the board taking inspiration from early Chicago…

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The Lowdown: Jing

Debuting on Steve Bicknell’s 6dimensions label last year, Berlin-based Taiwanese artist Jing has been turning her stories into audio performances with a conceptual mystery project trilogy. The first in the series, ‘Adularescene’ focused on moonstones, the effect of light and the optical phenomenon whilst the latest second edition ‘Diffraction’ (released late last year) tells the…

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Influences: PSYCHOPLASMICS + ‘Berlin Nights’ video premiere

Lord Pusswhip and Alfred Drexler are the producers behind the Icelandic project PSYCHOPLASMICS who, recently released their debut self-titled album. Known as pioneers in their local scene, the pair brings together hip-hop, IDM, trap and breakbeat to create scattered, chaotic sounds – think Flying Lotus and the Brainfeeder crew. The rawness in their productions presents…

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The Lowdown: Jordan

Belfast producer Jordan came to our attention last year with his killer AVA Boiler Room stream and since then, he has been booked across Europe and beyond with key gigs in Berlin, Tokyo, Copenhagen, and London alongside his weekly residency at The Night Institute at The Art Department. When it comes to his productions, his…

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The Lowdown: FYI Chris

There’s an air of romanticism to record stores, much like book shops, whereby the people who visit and work there are equally as interesting as the item you pick up and explore. As you enter the store, you’re equally intrigued by the music to dig through and the people to get to know. This sentiment feels…

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David Vunk: “But most importantly the Rotterdam spirit inspired me, the people and the love here, and the 160 different nationalities, multicultural life here.”

David Vunk is one of those rare artists in the electronic music world that has an air of old school rock and roll sensibility to him – perhaps influenced by his Dad who introduced Vunk to the likes of Beastie Boys, The Rolling Stones and Frank Zappa from an early age. Hailing from the harbour…

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The Lowdown: Jensen Interceptor

Jeremy Clarkson once described the Jensen Interceptor R Supercharged as ‘the only thing fiercer than the tiger in the Life of Pi’, and that quote could also be describing the Australian producer’s vast spanning discography. Cooking up releases for the likes of Boys Noize Records, Cultivated Electronics, Bromance, Central Processing Unit and now Maceo Plex’s…

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