Interview with KameraJames Welsh, better known as the producer and DJ Kamera, can’t grow a beard, but he can make unusual grooves, drone riffs, play electric instruments or just take you on a journey of his experimental instinct and thundering, industrial but yet hypnotizing, sensuous sound. He is in love with wine, the nature of Mallorca, The Prodigy Experience and as you are listening to his mix that he recorded for us, we discuss his connection with Erol Alkan and Phantasy Sound, his latest record and approach of unifying disparate styles of dance music that The Chemical Brothers support.
Interview with ClevelandThere is not much information around about this Luxembourgian house and techno producer, except what you could hear from his friends and the scarce info online. You can find only 8 hours of his vinyls and selections on the web. How many times have you heard his records here and there or have you maybe danced your ass off to his live sets at Robert Johnson? Batti Batti is a music label from Malta and if you’re not familiar with it or you’re not a hardcore follower of music that John Talabot, Giegling and the WHITE boys play in clubs, don’t worry. This is all part of the demanding and sophisticated yet simple plan of Andrea Mancini’s Cleveland project – to focus on listeners that adhere to quality music.
Interview with Die Wilde Jagd
A few months ago, in the middle of May on a Saturday night, a phantasmal, dreadful group of hunters on horses arrived from the netherworld to Belgrade. Under the red lights of 20/44’s penetralia the Die Wilde Jagd (The Wild Hunt) story was played. Of course it’s just a German folk myth that Ralf Beck and Sebastian Lee Phillip used for their band name, but surely it’s connected with the music they play. Some people call it Krautrock, a monotonous playing of guitar loops, drums, machines and synthesizers built to elegant lunacy.
Interview with Frivolous
Daniel Gardner is the mic technician, unfearful traveler, piano player and electronic musician who has been riding crazy on the wings of his Frivolous project for the last few years. After his first appereance in Serbia at the Mad In Belgrade festival last year, he is flying back and this time we will have a chance to catch him in the more intimate atmosphere of KC Grad. Before he arrives and we turn it into a club, it’s time for virtual coffee and cigarettes.