About Author: Kathleen Chausse

Posts by Kathleen Chausse

  • receiver. was created early in early 2002 under the name "Floppy Disk" by Jonny Darko, In early 2007, Floppy Disk suffered a major computer crash losing all music written the past five years. It was decided instead of trying to continue with all new music that a new project would be started. In 2007 receiver. was born

    Never Mind E.B.M., Here’s receiver.: an interview with Jonny Darko.

    receiver. was created early in early 2002 under the name "Floppy Disk" by Jonny Darko, In early 2007, Floppy Disk suffered a major computer crash losing all music written the past five years. It was decided instead of trying to continue with all new music that a new project would be started. In 2007 receiver. was born

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  • "The Gothsicles? I do not want a gothic popsicle!" The Gothsicles are a Chicago-based group which made its name by infusing humour in their music, with influences ranging from video game pop culture to everyday annoyances.

    The Gothsicles: an interview with DarkNES

    "The Gothsicles? I do not want a gothic popsicle!" The Gothsicles are a Chicago-based group which made its name by infusing humour in their music, with influences ranging from video game pop culture to everyday annoyances.

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  • “Formed in Spring of 2008 at a Wolf Eyes concert in Montreal, The Montreal Nintendo Orkestar are a new force of un-nature on the Montreal music scene. Comprised of French sound experimentalist Albérick (.cut, Thee Virginal Brides) and enigmatic local […]

    Montreal Nintendo Orkestar: an interview with Albérick and Stephen S.Cibo

    “Formed in Spring of 2008 at a Wolf Eyes concert in Montreal, The Montreal Nintendo Orkestar are a new force of un-nature on the Montreal music scene. Comprised of French sound experimentalist Albérick (.cut, Thee Virginal Brides) and enigmatic local […]

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  • “Alter Der Ruine was brainspawned in 2005 as a device to get soft shoes to tap to a heavy beat. To compound this simple plan an intricate execution was employed. Long story short, 2 Mikes and 1 Jacob got together […]

    Ruine Process: an interview with Alter Der Ruine

    “Alter Der Ruine was brainspawned in 2005 as a device to get soft shoes to tap to a heavy beat. To compound this simple plan an intricate execution was employed. Long story short, 2 Mikes and 1 Jacob got together […]

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  • Defying an easy description, synnack is perhaps best described as “experimental electronic music”; fusing elements of ambient, noise, industrial, and IDM musical styles with new media performance mediums. Live, synnack uses a combination of custom computer environments and live instruments […]

    Synnack: an interview with Clint Sand

    Defying an easy description, synnack is perhaps best described as “experimental electronic music”; fusing elements of ambient, noise, industrial, and IDM musical styles with new media performance mediums. Live, synnack uses a combination of custom computer environments and live instruments […]

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  • Can you give some background for the name Edgey? Coffee. Lots of coffee. I’d say it would closer fit to being ‘on edge’ than say ‘cutting edge’. Kind of that tense, nervous feeling you get when you get amped up […]

    Edgey: an interview with Stephen James Knight

    Can you give some background for the name Edgey? Coffee. Lots of coffee. I’d say it would closer fit to being ‘on edge’ than say ‘cutting edge’. Kind of that tense, nervous feeling you get when you get amped up […]

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  • What started you into making music? Why have you chosen the name ATEK? I guess it all really goes back to when I first discovered drum’n’bass… it was still in its early developmental phases, but something about it really struck […]

    ATEK: an interview with Bradley Brunet

    What started you into making music? Why have you chosen the name ATEK? I guess it all really goes back to when I first discovered drum’n’bass… it was still in its early developmental phases, but something about it really struck […]

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