worriedaboutsatan: We’re hard people to tame, and we really don’t like being told what to do

worriedaboutsatan are an electronic music duo from Manchester, UK that formed in 2006 in Leeds by Gavin Miller and Tom Ragsdale. Their debut album 'Arrivals' was released in 2009 – a record which won much critical acclaim for its slow motion atmospherics and dark, techno infused electronica. 'Even Temper' marks the first full length since their 2009 debut. Taking cues from techno, krautrock, drone and even '70s prog rock, the album spans a wide range of sounds, all with an underlying thread and intensity. We spoke to Gavin and Tom about their influences and the adventurous life of worriedaboutsatan... and they even prepared a guest mix including delicacies by Edith Progue, Krzysztof Penderecki, Brian Eno, Pendle Coven, Jeff Mills and many others!


Watch/Read/Travel: Chra

"I love the seaside. I love South America. I've been a couple of times in Mexico – the beach of Pie de la Cuesta is wide, beautiful and it's very close to Acapulco... it even has a very serious history. We went there with public transport what makes it even more exciting."

Wilted Woman

Wilted Woman: My idea of the perfect set up was having as many shitty effect pedals as possible

Eel Burn aka Wilted Woman is a musician and composer focusing on rhythmic electronic music with elements reaching from Berliner Schule to industrial and musique concrète. We had the pleasure to chat with this creative lady before her visit in Stockholm for the Sound of Stockholm festival. If you have missed the show, now you can even listen to her set which was recorded during her performance in Fylkingen... and if that would not be enough, as a bonus she even prepared a guest mix for us!

Gradual - Ipseity

PREMIERE: Gradual – Aton Tehen

Gradual are a Berlin based project of artists Lee and Michael. They embarked on a mutual sonic journey in 2008 to the thresholds of modern theatre and techno. Although they come from different ends of the sonic spectrum both were rooted in performance. Since coming to Berlin in 2013 they’ve developed their live project into something expressive and polished while maintaining the gritty influence of the city. They strike that balance in their intensive techno live acts by using drum machines, synths and modulars. We have the pleasure to present an exclusive stream of 'Aton Tehen', a track featured on their debut release 'Ipseity'.

Sounds Of A Tired City #42 - Madegg

Sounds Of A Tired City #42: Madegg

Hailing from Kyoto, Kazumichi Komatsu, who goes by the stage name Madegg, is a rising star in the Japanese electronic music scene. Madegg has supported the likes of Ryoji Ikeda, Clark, Mount Kimbie, Tim Hecker, The Field, Arca, Matthewdavid, Mark Fell (SND) in Japan and played the show SonarSound Tokyo/Osaka 2013 as youngest artist that year. Moving freely between dubstep, house and noise, part of the fun of listening to Madegg is not knowing what he’ll come up with next. The same goes for his mix he prepared for Sounds Of A Tired City – get ready for an eclectic journey!

Robert Logan: Solanoid

VIDEO: Robert Logan – Solanoid

Robert Logan's music is an intelligent fusion of influences from folk, medieval and classical to krautrock and electronica. He blends acoustic and electronic instruments and sound sources including voices and field recordings, and he has developed an intuitive and fluid use of digital production tools. His complex and restless rhythms carry an echo of his half Hungarian background and its rich musical history. With this new video created for 'Solanoid' from his new album 'Flesh', he revisits his Hungarian roots. Let's take this seven and a half minutes long industrial trip together.

Spaces: Two

PREMIERE: Spaces – Two (incl. Mark Fell Remix)

Spaces returns with 'Two', the second in a trilogy of releases, hitting straight back with his unique blend of puncturing percussions and weird, compressed textures. To finish, this EP has the added bonus of a remix from Mark Fell (SND/Sensate Focus), an early supporter of Spaces' work.

Sounds Of A Tired City #41 - Vai

Sounds Of A Tired City #41: Vai

The mysterious Vai has been active in the scene for a few years already, with various production teams and aliases. 'Son of Idaia' is his most intimate work to date, a deep trip down the rabbit hole, dubby, immersive and glowing in all its calm beauty. We asked Vai to prepare a guest mix along the same lines, which resulted in having John Cage, Aphex Twin, Steve Reich, Vladislav Delay and Delta Funktionen masterfully lined up for your listening pleasure.

Sounds Of A Tired City #40: Room40

Sounds Of A Tired City #40: Room40

We asked Lawrence English to talk about the history of Room40 and also prepare a fantastic guest mix featuring only his label's releases. What a lucky coincidence that this happens to be the 40th guest mix on Sounds Of A Tired City...


Room40: Lawrence English

In 2015, Australian-based experimental music label Room40 celebrates 15 years of activities with a series of curated evenings across the globe. We were lucky enough to be able to take part in these evenings in Stockholm, a project humbly organised by John Chantler, who's also one of the core members of the Room40 family. For this occasion we asked Lawrence to talk about the history of the label and also prepare a fantastic guest mix featuring only Room40 releases. What a lucky coincidence that this happens to be the 40th guest mix on Sounds Of A Tired City.

Sounds Of A Tired City #39 - Andrea Belfi

Sounds Of A Tired City #39: Andrea Belfi

We spoke to Andrea about his influences and recent interests, Stockholm, synthesizers and a special instrument called trimba. You can also get a sneak peek of what to expect from his performance at Fylkingen. If this would not be enough, he even prepared a guest mix featuring some of his favourite pieces.

Andrea Belfi

Andrea Belfi: I like hypnotic and challenging acoustic experiences, where people can just sit and float

Andrea Belfi has a profound connection with Sweden, his last album 'Natura Morta' was partly recorded at Elektronmusikstudion (EMS) in Stockholm and now he will be a vital part of celebrating 15 years of Room40 just a few steps away from the very same studio. We spoke to Andrea about his influences and recent interests, Stockholm, synthesizers and a special instrument called trimba. He even prepared a guest mix featuring Peder Mannerfelt, Mike Cooper and Eric Thielemans just to name a few.

Olivia Block

Olivia Block: I wanted to make an orchestra sound like anything but an orchestra

Olivia Block creates electroacoustic sound compositions for performance, recordings, installations, cinema, orchestra and chamber music concerts. Between 9-16 October she is doing an artist residency at Elektronmusikstudion (EMS) in Stockholm, and during her visit she will also perform at Fylkingen on 16 October as part of ROOM40 Openframe. For this reason we have decided to introduce you to the wonderful and multifaceted world of Olivia Block.


SIMULTAN Festival 2015: Talking To Strangers

SIMULTAN Festival is dedicated to media art and artistic experiment, cultivating the connections between different media. The 11th edition of this exceptional Romanian festival takes place between 7-10 October in Timișoara and you should definitely stop by if you're in the area.

Tomoyoshi Date

Tomoyoshi Date: The fact that ambient music was born in the West and imported into Japan is very meaningful

Tomoyoshi Date creates acoustic and organic sounds with a little touch of digital processing. He began to create electronic music in 1998, and later on he formed Opitope with Chihei Hatakeyama, ILLUHA with Corey Fuller, and Melodía with Federico Durand. Originally he is an emergency room doctor, using both western and oriental medicine, and these days he also researches the relationship between sound and the physical body. We spoke to Tomoyoshi about the importance and impact of combining western and oriental traditions both in medicine and music, so you can also get an intimate insight into the life of yet another talented Japanese musician.

Yair Elazar Glotman

Yair Elazar Glotman: I realized that I fell in love with the idea and not the actual thing

Yair Elazar Glotman is a classically trained composer, contrabass player and sound artist living and working in Berlin. He's been releasing music under his own name and his KETEV moniker, we could hear him play the contrabass in 'Nimbes', a collaboration with James Ginzburg and he recently released his second full-length album, 'Études' on Subtext. We met Yair at Elektronmusikstudion (EMS) in Stockholm, and we had the pleasure to talk about his new album and his special relationship with the contrabass.

Stefan Jos - Sounds Of A Tired City #38

Sounds Of A Tired City #38: Stefan Jós

We are convinced that Devon Hansen aka Stefan Jós needs to be more in the spotlight, so we spoke to him about his influences and his inspiring new project. He even prepared a banger guest mix to spice up your hot summer days!

Stefan Jós

Stefan Jós: At some point I’m going to realize how dumb it is to use this many pseudonyms and just do everything as myself

Stefan Jós is Devon Hansen, a musician and video artist born and raised in Southern California but currently based in Montreal. He just released his first album 'Primitives' on flau/raum, with loose and moody rhythms, wood and metal, weird noises in wet caves and other goodies for ground-dwellers and mole people alike. We are convinced that Devon needs to be more in the spotlight, so we spoke to him about his influences and his inspiring new project. He even prepared a banger guest mix to spice up your hot summer days!

Sounds Of A Tired City #37 - Mohammad

Sounds Of A Tired City #37: Mohammad

Mohammad produce their sound through custom made instruments and software, bringing together low frequencies, inter-modulations, dark textures, and distant folk nuances. To get a more intense insight into Mohammad's world, they've also prepared a guest mix featuring plenty of unreleased material and other delicacies that perfectly fit into their aural atmosphere.


Mohammad: A calmness with an underlying doom. Until now it was only doom.

We spoke to Nikos Veliotis, Coti K and Ilios about the dynamics behind Mohammad, the journey of this dexterous trilogy and the experimental music scene in the middle of the Greek crisis. To get a more intense insight into Mohammad's world, they've also prepared a guest mix featuring plenty of unreleased material and other delicacies that perfectly fit into their aural atmosphere.

Sounds Of A Tired City #36 - Jesse Osborne-Lanthier

Sounds Of A Tired City #36: Jesse Osborne-Lanthier

Jesse Osborne-Lanthier prepared an epic two hours long guest mix spiced up with some exciting upcoming releases by himself, Grischa Lichtenberger, Yair Elazar Glotman and many more. Get ready to be blown away!

Jesse Osborne-Lanthier

Jesse Osborne-Lanthier: I have no time right now, with all the laying in bed and stuff, haha!

Jesse Osborne-Lanthier is a conceptual electronic musician, sound/visual artist aiming to make material which engenders different cognitive responses than those engendered by established music. However, Jesse is not just an artist. He’s a refreshing phenomenon in the music world who keeps surprising us with his dynamic, multifaceted productions and collaborations. We’re proud to present an in-depth interview with the Berlin-based Canadian artist that we made when he was doing his residency at the Elektronmusikstudion (EMS) in Stockholm. He also prepared an epic two hours long guest mix spiced up with some exciting upcoming releases by him, Grischa Lichtenberger and Yair Elazar Glotman. Get ready to be blown away!

Sounds Of A Tired City #35: Ken Camden

Sounds Of A Tired City #35: Ken Camden

Implodes guitarist Ken Camden returns with his third solo album 'Dream Memory' to be released on Kranky on 15 June, continuing his explorations to seek out new techniques and sounds from the electric guitar. Camden did some scenic exploration for Sounds Of A Tired City, which resulted in an hour involving some splendid soundtracks and essential names like Wendy Carlos, Ennio Morricone, Edgar Froese Philip Glass and Laurie Spiegel. Enjoy!

Robert Rich

Watch/Read/Travel: Robert Rich

"When we have visitors from far away, I like to take them to our redwood forests, to the remaining old growth, to show them the cathedrals built by trees, the silence and dark solitude that only invites people who wish to share their shadows with respect, to show them the silence that I learned to love and tried to emulate, branded on my childhood consciousness."


Lumisokea: It’s important to dedicate your time to exploration

Lumisokea are a Belgian-Italian duo, formed by Koenraad Ecker and Andrea Taeggi. Their music is at once highly physical and rich in texture, using various acoustic instruments as well as analog hardware to create a dark and introspective listening experience. We were lucky enough to witness this immersive space at the Intonal Festival in Malmö, Sweden, where we also had the chance to talk to Koenraad and Andrea about how they discovered and got into electronic music, their collaboration and solo projects and of course, future plans.

Fink: Fall Into The Light (Artwork: Tommy N Lance)

PREMIERE: Fink – Fall into the Light (Prequel Tapes Remix)

The trio known as Fink (Fin Greenall, Tim Thornton, Guy Whittaker) presents ‘Fall Into The Light’, a glitchy, echo-laden gem, released alongside three remixes that each lend a decidedly different flavour. We are proud to present one of the most special re-works made by Prequel Tapes.

Sounds Of A Tired City #24: Blamstrain

Sounds Of A Tired City #34: Blamstrain

The Finnish Juho Hietala aka Blamstrain has been around for more than a decade, constantly pushing the limits and playing around with all possible genres, offering an extremely diverse material to a wide range of listeners. His trademark sound is very immersive; analog, warm, with a high concentration on ambience and space, so this is what you should also expect from this exquisite mix that he's prepared for us. Vinyl only, recorded live, enjoy!


Kyoka: I thought being precise and balanced was difficult

Kyoka is a Berlin-based artist, the first female member of the raster-noton label: 2012 saw the release of her first EP 'Ish', which was followed by her first full length album, 'Is (Is Superpowered)' last year. These days she is working on new material and frequently visits the Elektronmusikstudion (EMS) in Stockholm, so we had the chance to talk to this creative lady about her adventures in the studio and the everyday life.

Clem Leek

Watch/Read/Travel: Clem Leek

"My one gripe with books today is with the covers. Walking into the book store I find that modern books have the ugliest covers! It is one of the reasons I began to collect Penguin books from the 1930’s and 1940’s."

Ákos Rózmann

Mats Lindström: As Rózmann was painting his music, I could see these images of small organic beings

Rózmann Ákos's name fell under the international radar until Stephen O'Malley's Ideologic Organ label (operating under Editions Mego) started to revisit his oeuvre. This finally gave his music the well-deserved attention, and also offered numerous opportunities for Mats Lindström (Studio Director of EMS) to present Rózmann's work in front of a wider audience. We were lucky enough to witness one of these astonishing performances in Malmö, Sweden during the Intonal Festival, and also had the honour to talk to Mats about this mysterious Hungarian composer.

Sounds Of A Tired City #33: Secret Pyramid

Sounds Of A Tired City #33: Secret Pyramid

Once upon a time, when Sounds Of A Tired City was born, Secret Pyramid was the first artist ever to contribute a mix for our website. We asked Amir Abbey, the man behind this Vancouver-based project to make another collection of some of his favourite sounds, and the result is ravishing once again.

Markus Guentner

Watch/Read/Travel: Markus Guentner

"The most beautiful and the calmest place I've ever been to. Before I got there I thought: OK, postcard pictures always look better than the original place, but it was a blast! It looks exactly the same in real life! No... much better!"

Peder Mannerfelt

Peder Mannerfelt: You can be deep and dark and still smile!

Peder Mannerfelt is a remarkable producer and a singular artist who's been serving as one of Sweden’s leading electronic figures for the last decade. For his new release on Archives Intérieures (The Swedish Congo Record), Peder takes us back to the Belgian Congo in the 1930's. We caught up with him in Stockholm to chat about this exotic collection of sounds, which he decided to recreate using only synthesizers. You can also check out some of these pieces, so get ready for some proper tribal treatment!

Oiseaux-Tempête: ÜTOPIYA?

PREMIERE: Oiseaux-Tempête: ÜTOPIYA?

Oiseaux-Tempête's new album entitled 'ÜTOPIYA?' will be released on May 4th on Sub Rosa, but the readers/listeners of Sounds Of A Tired City can enjoy the free full stream of the album for a whole week.

Sounds Of A Tired City #32: Peter van Cooten

Sounds Of A Tired City #32: Ambientblog / Peter van Cooten

Sounds Of A Tired City was born on 23 April 2014. For the first anniversary of our existence we teamed up with Peter van Cooten from The Netherlands, the founder of Ambientblog who prepared a sonic walk through the streets of a tired city – entitled 'Ghost Road Stroll'.

Erik K Skodvin (Photo: Monique Recknagel)

Watch/Read/Travel: Erik K Skodvin

"I'm sure most Belgian people would think I'm crazy for adding their country as my top favorite travel destination. I also have to note that I actually never saw the sun while visiting Belgium. I've probably been there over 10 times now and still as far as I remember... no sun."

Jannick Schou

Watch/Read/Travel: Jannick Schou

"The collection serves as a grim reminder of the excesses and violence brought about by war. It is a testament to the fragility of life, but also to a certain kind of adaptability; an ability to go on even in the face of such despair, hopelessness. I am not sure I'd recommend this to anyone, as it is not a pleasant affair at all, but on the other hand, it has really stuck with me as an important experience."

Intonal 2015

Crème de la crème: Intonal. Experimental Music Festival in Malmö (24-26 April, 2015)

What happens when Malmö (Inkonst), Stockholm (EMS), Krakow (Unsound) and Berlin (CTM) unite their forces? A splendid celebration of experimental music with a world class line-up, a whole weekend dedicated to sound, light and art in Malmö, Sweden. We are happy to announce that Sounds Of A Tired City will be the official press partner of the Intonal Festival, which means plenty of exciting news, reports and interviews coming up, just watch this space.

The Innernettes

The Innernettes: Lounge music for bankrupt video stores

The Innernettes are a music duo from Brazil, formed by two old friends and musical partners, Vinicius Cabral and Christian Bravo. They would describe their own sound as lounge music for bankrupt video stores... or as they’re moving forward, it’s becoming more and more like a cassette mixtape of spoiled and defective house music. We spoke to Vinicius to find out more about their obscure yet intriguing concept that nowadays is widely (un)known as vaporwave. Also, you can familiarize yourselves with some haunting commercials and ridiculous gym aesthetics from the 80s Brazil. Inspiration strikes where/when you least expect it!

Ran Slavin

Watch/Read/Travel: Ran Slavin

"The pace, locations, visual style, surprising turn outs are all great. The whole film throughout takes place in a freezing icy setting in an industrial suburb in Northern China and involves a melancholic femme fatale working in a dry cleaners. Great premise."

Black Swan - Sounds Of A Tired City #31

Sounds Of A Tired City #31: Black Swan

Although Black Swan does not give too many interviews, let alone do special guest mixes, we got both of them. Loosen your seat belts for some drone poetry.

Black Swan

Black Swan: Between thoughts and music, I never hear silence

We have no idea who’s the person behind the Black Swan project (okay, that's not entirely true anymore), but that’s maybe for the best. Since the beginning of this decade we get our yearly fair share of haunting drones from New York and we should not question their origins. Although he does not give too many interviews, let alone do special guest mixes, we got both of them.

Erik Wøllo

Watch/Read/Travel: Erik Wøllo

"As a Norwegian I like to go to places that are completely different to the Scandinavian nature. The southwestern parts of USA have some really interesting places, with large remote deserts and vast plains."

Kassel Jaeger: Fragments (collected sounds from deserted places)

PREMIERE: Kassel Jaeger – Silvaplana

After his brilliant 'Toxic Cosmopolitanism' on Editions Mego last year, the Swiss-French Kassel Jaeger returns with a collection of sounds from deserted places. 'Fragments' will be released in digital format only on 27 March, but the lucky readers and listeners of Sounds Of A Tired City will be able to hear one of the most impressive fragments entitled 'Silvaplana' right here, right now.

Chihei Hatakeyama - Sounds Of A Tired City #30

Sounds Of A Tired City #30: Chihei Hatakeyama

Chihei Hatakeyama prepared a guest mix for your listening pleasure, which might be one of the most soothing collection of sounds you could hear this year.

Chihei Hatakeyama

Chihei Hatakeyama: When you are on the inside of it, Japanese ambient music does not seem to be that special

Unless you've been living in a cave in the middle of nowhere during the last decade, Chihei Hatakeyama's name sure must evoke powerful memories and delightful thoughts. Let's admit that not much is known about the person behind these celestial drones, which is mostly due to linguistic barriers. We have decided to overcome these difficulties and find out as much as possible about this mysterious Japanese treasure. Chihei also prepared a guest mix for your listening pleasure, which might be one of the most soothing collection of sounds you could hear this year.

Marsen Jules: The Empire Of Silence

PREMIERE: Marsen Jules – tlaslo

Ten years after his debut-album 'Herbstlaub', German ambient composer Marsen Jules takes us to his 'Empire of Silence', an impressing soundtrack to the epic power and beauty of Nordic snow and ice-landscapes. Although we are still quite a bit away from the Greenlandic scenery Jules is dedicating the album to, considering our Scandinavian mood and climate, we are proud to present one of the eight tracks entitled 'Tlaslo', which means snow that falls slowly in Inuit language. Exclusive premiere on Sounds Of A Tired City!

Alient Transistor - Sounds Of A Tired City #29

Sounds Of A Tired City #29: Alien Transistor

We asked Markus Acher some questions about Alien Transistor to find out a bit more about their label activities. He also prepared a mix with some of the most essential releases on Alien Transistor.

Alien Transistor

Alien Transistor: Markus Acher

Alien Transistor was founded in 2003 by Markus and Micha Acher from The Notwist. The label's concept is quite an interesting one: to produce music that has a musical or personal relation to the Notwist-microcosm. From electronic soundscapes through abstract hip-hop to laptop-treated contemporary, from processed oriental music to Nick Drake-inspired-songwriting: Alien Transistor doesn’t respect any musical boundaries.

Klara Lewis

Klara Lewis: I cannot improvise my tracks, because then the concert would have to last several months

Klara Lewis' name should be already familiar to those who kept an open ear last year. The 21-year-old Swedish composer released her critically acclaimed debut album 'Ett' on Editions Mego in April 2014. When it comes to her music and artistic approach, there is plenty to talk about... therefore we sat down in Stockholm for a cup of noisy coffee with this talented young lady to find out more about her inspiring background and exciting future plans.

Bruno Bavota: Mediterraneo

PREMIERE: Bruno Bavota – Who Loves, Lives

Bruno Bavota is a Neapolitan pianist and composer – a romantic at heart. He invites his listeners to drown their sorrows in a beautifully shimmering sea of notes. We are proud and happy to premiere one of the most beautiful songs and Bruno's personal favourite from his new album 'Mediterraneo', which is going to be released on Dronarivm, 25 May 2015. Ladies and gentlemen: 'Who Loves, Lives'.

Joel Tammik

Watch/Read/Travel: Joel Tammik

"I had my first proper long motorbike adventure trip in 2008: 12,000 km to Albania and back. I had the opportunity to see this country before the "Western invasion". Albania was the adventure motorcyclist's dream country with hundreds of kilometers gravel roads in the mountains and kilometers long beaches with zero people."

Gizeh Records - Sounds Of A Tired City #28

Sounds Of A Tired City #28: Gizeh Records

We spoke to Richard Knox to find out more about the artists and the history of the label and the perks of an enthusiastic DIY attitude. He also made a splendid guest mix, featuring some of the best tracks released on Gizeh Records.

Gizeh Records

Gizeh Records: Richard Knox

Gizeh Records is an independent label based in Manchester, UK. Founded by Richard Knox in Leeds, 2004 and focusing on a fiercely DIY ethic, Gizeh has grown with its artists over the years to form a strong community of musicians and artists from around the world, most of them collaborating together over the years across various projects, helping the label and those involved progress and evolve in an organic, inspiring and galvanising way.

Dirk Serries

Watch/Read/Travel: Dirk Serries

"A serious movie about an extremely deformed man that is considered to be freak but in fact is a highly intelligent man. A metaphor for all of us that do not really belong to what society predicts and expects, no?"

Roger Sellers

Roger Sellers: People see me perform with a table of electronic equipment with headphones and immediately think that I’m a DJ

Imagine folk-dance-americana-electric-symphonic fusion, where Philip Glass, Sufjan Stevens, and Joanna Newsom all groove to late night ambient house music in George Martin’s livingroom – that's where you find Roger Sellers. We spoke to the ambitious, Texas-based musician about his career and the perks of being an independent artist these days.

Brendon Anderegg

Watch/Read/Travel: Brendon Anderegg (Mountains)

'Musicophilia' is a really interesting and easily digestible collection of stories about individuals with neurological disorders who experience music in completely different ways than most. From synesthesia, to amusia (lack of pitch recognition), to a man who has no memory for anything other than music, the book explores the way the mind processes music.

Pepijn Caudron / Kreng (Photo: Nathalie Tabury)

Kreng: The record is not dedicated to the people who are dead, it’s a record for the living

It was about time for a new batch of haunting sounds, although the circumstances around the genesis of 'The Summoner' could not have been more harrowing: it is based around the five stages of mourning, been made after a year of losing several close friends. Sounds Of A Tired City was curious to hear more about Kreng's latest album, which was released on Miasmah (6 February 2015). We asked Pepijn about his most personal work up to this date, his perception of death, and you can also read a bit about his recent film-related works.

Mytrip: Empty

PREMIERE : Mytrip – Empty

Mytrip is a dark ambient/drone act ran by Angel Simitchiev, a 26 year old musician and composer from Bulgaria. After about 8 years spent mostly performing live and publishing music on cassette tapes, Mytrip is finally releasing music on vinyl, which has its premiere on Sounds Of A Tired City.

Steinbruchel - Sounds Of A Tired City #27

Sounds Of A Tired City #27: Steinbrüchel

On the occasion of his recent release 'Parallel Landscapes' on 12k, we would like to invite you to travel within our conversation with Ralph Steinbrüchel in which we go back to his roots, explore his inspirations and creative methods during the last 20 years. He also prepared a rather special guest mix for us.