Upcoming Guests – Taking Interview Questions for the Following Acts:
Kyle Geiger, Esther Duijn, Gabriella Vergilov, Eric Cloutier, Drumcell

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Answers So Far..

  • Someone asked:
    For Drumcell - From one Dad to another, have you mastered the art of diaper changing yet? - Dee Washington (Wiggle Factor, ATL)
  • Someone asked:
    How's the leg since the screws were removed? (Dee Washington - Wiggle Factor, ATL USA)
  • Someone asked:
    Where do you see techno going in the next year or so? It seems like if we were to repeat what happened in the later 90's(since we have redone the early to mid 90's presently, but with all the new production tricks and flare) then I feel like tribal would be before minimal, Do you see this trending, or as people tire of the harder sound this time are they migrating to minimal faster? Generally do you think that the music will always cycle in known patterns because of generations of younger people getting into the scene, where old sounds, sound new to new ears, or do you see this latest cycle as the last because of the new distribution methods of the music getting out to people(i.e vinyl and cassette mixtapes, vs mp3 and streaming)? On a side... Best SHOW! keep it up!!!!!
  • Someone asked:
    opinion about this trend of Berlin promoters on doing all these fetish/sex techno parties, does "techno" means more a fashion hype than actual music genre?
  • Someone asked:
    Are the days of Traktor gone? What is the next big DJ gear revolution?
  • Someone asked:
    Dustin, Before I ask my question: A. I wanted to thank you. Thank you for doing such a good job showing the world what techno is. Your attitude/productions are the ethos we truly represent. Thank you. B. Thank you also for helping my locals-only (ish) promotional company "Primeval" be such a success for 8 months in Denver, CO. It wouldn't have happened with out the use of Darren Bartons 4 sub looneybin system. I know he is in your circle - so wanted to thank you for being part of such a tight/cool network. QUESTION: "I just buy the 320's" - D.Zahn. I'm a former car sound system guy - turned techno head in the 90's. I DJ'd vinyl and currently use .wav files exclusively for Traktor/Controllers. I'm forced with considering using CDJ's to perform and I'm finding out that DJs use 320 MP3 for CDJ's. My question is WHY are they not using WAV files? The reason I ask, is because a WAV file contains much more data, has more range between notes (as its not AS compressed) and the bass is more dynamic and does NOT distort at higher gain ranges. I understand avoiding the "redline" is basic, but still - WHY use mp3s to DJ? Example: I play a 320 MP3 VS. WAV file on a crappy sound system. The difference is plainly obvious. The WAV file is "stronger/deeper/low end more dynamic (lower sub basses can be heard). Thank you! Adam Weber - Denver, CO friends with Mike Parker, Adam Curtis, Pete Board, Darren Barton. former record picker for Drool Records, Buffalo NY former co-owner of Strange Allure (buffalo, ny) and Primeval Events (Denver,CO) current owner / co-owner of 2 techno promotional companies in Denver Artist, DJ, Aspiring producer, wage slave.
  • Someone asked:
    whats your cheapest or worst piece of gear that always gives good results?
  • Someone asked:
    For Cassegrain: What do promoters always forget to consider when you're playing live? also describe how your livesets with Tin Man work.
  • Someone asked:
    That last question about NYC scenes was for Adam X btw! ~Xan Bishop from Detroit
  • Someone asked:
    Was there a big difference between the house scene and techno scenes in NYC back in the day? Where did you fit in? ~Xan Bishop from Detroit
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