Influences: KALLIDA Festival

Somerset’s KALLIDA Festival has proven itself to be one of the hottest tickets in the British festival calendar this summer. This year see’s the 400-capacity festival stretch its legs further in its 3rd edition with an insane roster of underground stars, including Joy Orbison, Yak, Teki Latex, DJ Bus Replacement Service, DEBONAIR, Itao, Fauzia, 2…

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Influences: Secretsundaze

As someone who’s recently moved to Berlin from London, writing about Secretsundaze makes me feel incredibly homesick. As a Londoner, part of the dance music community, Secretsundaze is your go-to label and party. It’s a promoter you’re introduced to very early on by your friends, waiting for each bank holiday to come around the corner…

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The Lowdown: Christopher Joseph

Christopher Joseph’s early musical experiences revolve around the rich history of New Orleans, where he grew up but his first stepping stones into exploring music as a hobby or career were formed around metal bands. Playing the drums in these bands gave him the rhythmic experience he needed to transition into electronic music where he…

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Untitled 909 Podcast 023: Hoshina Anniversary

We’ve previously featured Hoshina Anniversary around his brilliant EP ‘A Cid’ on Jack Dept. late last year. Since then, the Tokyo based artist has released on Youth, Safe Trip and more recently Musar Recordings with ‘Zangai’. His music often incorporates Japanese traditional music which Hoshina has coined as ‘Watechno’ – ‘Wa’ meaning Japanese. This is…

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The Lowdown: Katerina

I first discovered Katerina through her release on Cómeme, ‘Just When You Thought It Was Over’ and was encapsulated by the eclecticism shown on one project. Flowing through the five tracks, you never knew what the next one would hold as it spanned across haunting tribal-esque rhythms on ‘Solitude Survivor’, hints of acid house on…

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Influences: Territroy

For our most unique Influences feature to date, Greek duo Territroy talks us through the art forms that helped create their debut album ‘Skulls & Plants’. Landing on DKMNTL UFO imprint, the label named after the techno-focused stage at the mother festival, ‘Skulls & Plants’ combine the two opposing producers traits for a truly unique…

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