Interview with Grischa Lichtenberger

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This interview was published by CDM in December 2016. Grischa Lichtenberger is a German musician and sound and installation artist, known for his releases on raster-noton. His immersive live performances oscillate between abrasive, aggressive compositions and intricate structures of beat and melody. Recently, he has released a new triple-EP ‘Spielraum | Allgegenwart | Strahlung’ on … Continue reading Interview with Grischa Lichtenberger

Interview with City Of Hungry Ghosts

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This interview was published in December on Local Suicide (LSD). John Gomi is an artist of many qualities, genres and projects. Growing up in hot and lonesome country of Texas, he’s been killing time by music making and goofing around with drum machine since school years. He later used his skills and talents in bands, … Continue reading Interview with City Of Hungry Ghosts

Interview with Franck Vigroux for CDM

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This article was published in November 2016 at CDM. Looking at Franck Vigroux’s resume, you’d never imagine he’d fly under the radar. Yet this award-winning, endlessly touring, prolific collaborator of a musician only recently got the attention of English-language media. Finally, that’s changing – with a little help from his friends. So collaborative projects have … Continue reading Interview with Franck Vigroux for CDM

Interview with C-drík Kirdec

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This interview was published in August 2016 on CDM and on HIS Voice. I met Cedrik Fermont, alias C-drík Kirdec, for the first time about six years ago in Brno, where he performed at a local experimental night I used to work for. We, a group of crazy young creatives behind the event, decided to … Continue reading Interview with C-drík Kirdec

Interview with lee Gamble

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UIQ, the new imprint of this Birmingham-born, London-based artist Lee Gamble, goes beyond the usual label business by exposing talent from unexpected parts of the world, visual artists and philosophers, and on to real (terrestrial) radio waves.