The Bunker NY resident stops by to chat about his trajectory through techno, including his new label “Palinoia”
Los Angeles’ Developer drops in for a rare chat about all things techno, whiskey, and stories from the DJ booth.
Episode 029 – Douglas McCarthy (Nitzer Ebb)
The Nitzer Ebb and Fixmer/McCarthy vocalist goes in-depth about the ups and downs of being in the music industry for over 30 years.
Fixmer goes in-depth on his industrial roots, his diverse discography, and working with Douglas McCarthy in a post-Nitzer Ebb world.
Episode 026 – Ian Pooley
- August 19, 2016
- Tagged as: Ansicht, Berghain, Berlin, Bicep, Bluelite, Chicago, Daft Punk, Definitive, Detroit, Force Inc, House, Ian Pinnekamp, Ides, Innervisions, Jeff Mills, John Skipper Trax, Meridian, Montage, New York, NRK Sound Division, Panorama Bar, Pinnchiky, Plus8, Pooledmusic, Quiet Daze, Show-B, Silvershower, Techno, The Low Frequency Band, The Modulor, V2, Virgin
Ian Pooley stopped by to chat about the early days, studio work, and all things techno and house!
Patrik Skoog’s diverse career spans a variety of aliases, numerous genres, and over 100 releases. Recently, Dustin caught up with Patrik to figure out what makes him tick.
The Panorama Bar resident weighs in on house, techno, and his new Fabric Mix CD.
Episode 022 – Steve Bicknell
- June 15, 2016
- Tagged as: Berlin, Cosmic ID, Cosmic Records, David Sumner, Derrick May, Detroit, Energy, Function, House, Jeff Mills, London, LOST, LSD, Luke Slater, Minimal, Oliver Ho, Phase, Robert Hood, S.B. Project, Steve Bicknell, Surgeon, Techno, The Evader, Tribal Techno
In the 90s and early 00s, UK Techno legend Steve Bicknell was responsible for some of London’s greatest techno parties and the highly credible Cosmic Records. He’s back…
Jon Hester fills us in on upcoming releases for Dystopian and Afterlife. Kyle Geiger returns to co-host.
In Part 2, the boys take on life’s difficult topics like Thom Yorke, Asian gigs, and their favorite FX pedals.