Peter Van Hoesen

Our 17th guest is DJ and producer Peter Van Hoesen. Peter has long been in search of sounds that move him, thrill him, or make him think. In this conversation, we talk about the creative and artistic motivations that brought Peter to the place he's in today.

Cio D'Or

For the 16th episode, I travelled to Cologne to chat with German DJ and producer Cio D'Or about sound and silence. She has been a fixture in the techno scene since 2001 when she started a residency at Munich's Ultraschall — since then she has become renowned for her hypnotic sound and her journey-like DJ sets.

William Basinski

For episode 15, I'm joined by American avant garde composer and sound artist William Basinski for a chat about deep listening, loops, and found sound.

Sebastian Mullaert

Our last episode of 2018 was recorded in Röstånga, Sweden with producer and performer Sebastian Mullaert, who invited me to his studio to talk about the art of live performance and his new project, Circle of Live.

Donato Dozzy

The 13th episode of AIR welcomes Italian DJ and producer, Donato Dozzy. Donato’s creativity depends on natural surroundings — whether that’s his beach house in San Felice or playing in the mountains at Labyrinth Festival in Japan. Donato and I sat down together to talk about nature and sound, a conversation that first started two years ago at Terraforma Festival, and picked up this summer in Rome.

Lucrecia Dalt

Our 12th episode is about lyrics, spoken word, and vocals, featuring producer and performer Lucrecia Dalt.

Atom TM

Our eleventh instalment welcomes producer and live performer Uwe Schmidt, better known as Atom ™ . Having produced under dozens of aliases over a career that spans more than three decades, anyone familiar with Atom’s massive catalog of releases knows how crucial a role his music has played in this scene. In this conversation, we delve into memory, archive, and the musical significance of past, present, and future.

Resom

Joining me on the 10th episode of AIR for a discussion about travel and touring is Berlin based DJ Nadine Moser, also known as Resom. Her DJ career has sent her to Asia, America, and everywhere in between, a touring schedule allows her to combine her two passions in life: travel and music.

Deadbeat

Canadian DJ, producer, and BLKRTZ label boss Scott Monteith (better known by his moniker Deadbet) joins me for the ninth episode of AIR, a conversation about community and collaboration.

Erika

AIR number eight features a talk about jazz, spontaneity, and freedom of expression with DJ and producer, Erika. She got her start as a jazz DJ at her college radio station in Michigan, and since, she has been a crucial player in Detroit's music scene, both as a DJ and a live performer. Together with a Detroit-bred crew of like-minded DJs, Erika helps run the seminal No Way Back party.

Max Cooper

For the seventh episode, Max Cooper and I chat about science, nature, and sound. Max has been interested in patterns, nature, and genetics since he was a kid, eventually earning his PhD in computational biology. He decided to pursue a career in music in 2010, letting his love of production and his interest in science intertwine through live AV shows like 2015’s Emergence and this year’s light field installation, Aether. At the time of this interview, Max was readying a performance for Berlin’s new 4D Sound venue, Monom, where this episode was also recorded.

Steffi

Episode six welcomes Dutch producer, DJ, and label boss, Steffi for a chat on the limits of innovation in dance music. Steffi has since become known for her journey-like DJ sets and, since 2015, a live set that she has toured across Europe. With a handful of releases on Ostgut Ton, a mix for fabric, and her 2017 album, World of the Waking State, Steffi remains one of dance music’s most compelling figures.

The Mole

This episode welcomes Canadian DJ and producer Colin de la Plante, better known by his stage name, The Mole. He has been buying records since he was a teenager, collecting everything from classic rock to Brazilian funk, house and disco, minimal, and everything in between.Inspired by the massive wall of records at his flat in Berlin, this episode is a chat about collectors and collecting.

Jane Fitz

Episode four features UK-based DJ and producer Jane Fitz for a chat about getting lost in sound. Jane has been involved in electronic music for over 20 years, first as a raver and a music journalist and then as a DJ. Today she is considered one of electronic music’s best selectors, holding residencies at the likes of Freerotation and The Pickle Factory.

Eric Cloutier

For episode three, we talk to Eric Cloutier; a DJ, producer, and label boss, born and raised in Detroit. Eric moved to New York in the 2000s, where he became a resident at The Bunker NY, before moving to Berlin where he is adjusting to life and music in a city where absolutely anything goes.

Suzanne Ciani

The second episode of AIR features synth music icon Suzanne Ciani to talk about humanizing machines and the nature of synthetic sound.

Robert Henke

Our very first episode welcomes Robert Henke (Monolake) to talk about confidence and growth as an artist. Robert is a co-founder of Ableton, an electronic music artist, and a visual artists whose recent efforts are laser-based AV projects like his Fragile Territories installations and his Lumière shows. 
Peter Van Hoesen
Cio D'Or
William Basinski
Sebastian Mullaert
Donato Dozzy
Lucrecia Dalt
Atom TM
Resom
Deadbeat
Erika
Max Cooper
Steffi
The Mole
Jane Fitz
Eric Cloutier
Suzanne Ciani
Robert Henke
Our 17th guest is DJ and producer Peter Van Hoesen. Peter has long been in search of sounds that move him, thrill him, or make him think. In this conversation, we talk about the creative and artistic motivations that brought Peter to the place he's in today.
For the 16th episode, I travelled to Cologne to chat with German DJ and producer Cio D'Or about sound and silence. She has been a fixture in the techno scene since 2001 when she started a residency at Munich's Ultraschall — since then she has become renowned for her hypnotic sound and her journey-like DJ sets.
For episode 15, I'm joined by American avant garde composer and sound artist William Basinski for a chat about deep listening, loops, and found sound.
Our last episode of 2018 was recorded in Röstånga, Sweden with producer and performer Sebastian Mullaert, who invited me to his studio to talk about the art of live performance and his new project, Circle of Live.
The 13th episode of AIR welcomes Italian DJ and producer, Donato Dozzy. Donato’s creativity depends on natural surroundings — whether that’s his beach house in San Felice or playing in the mountains at Labyrinth Festival in Japan. Donato and I sat down together to talk about nature and sound, a conversation that first started two years ago at Terraforma Festival, and picked up this summer in Rome.
Our 12th episode is about lyrics, spoken word, and vocals, featuring producer and performer Lucrecia Dalt.
Our eleventh instalment welcomes producer and live performer Uwe Schmidt, better known as Atom ™ . Having produced under dozens of aliases over a career that spans more than three decades, anyone familiar with Atom’s massive catalog of releases knows how crucial a role his music has played in this scene. In this conversation, we delve into memory, archive, and the musical significance of past, present, and future.
Joining me on the 10th episode of AIR for a discussion about travel and touring is Berlin based DJ Nadine Moser, also known as Resom. Her DJ career has sent her to Asia, America, and everywhere in between, a touring schedule allows her to combine her two passions in life: travel and music.
Canadian DJ, producer, and BLKRTZ label boss Scott Monteith (better known by his moniker Deadbet) joins me for the ninth episode of AIR, a conversation about community and collaboration.
AIR number eight features a talk about jazz, spontaneity, and freedom of expression with DJ and producer, Erika. She got her start as a jazz DJ at her college radio station in Michigan, and since, she has been a crucial player in Detroit's music scene, both as a DJ and a live performer. Together with a Detroit-bred crew of like-minded DJs, Erika helps run the seminal No Way Back party.
For the seventh episode, Max Cooper and I chat about science, nature, and sound. Max has been interested in patterns, nature, and genetics since he was a kid, eventually earning his PhD in computational biology. He decided to pursue a career in music in 2010, letting his love of production and his interest in science intertwine through live AV shows like 2015’s Emergence and this year’s light field installation, Aether. At the time of this interview, Max was readying a performance for Berlin’s new 4D Sound venue, Monom, where this episode was also recorded.
Episode six welcomes Dutch producer, DJ, and label boss, Steffi for a chat on the limits of innovation in dance music. Steffi has since become known for her journey-like DJ sets and, since 2015, a live set that she has toured across Europe. With a handful of releases on Ostgut Ton, a mix for fabric, and her 2017 album, World of the Waking State, Steffi remains one of dance music’s most compelling figures.
This episode welcomes Canadian DJ and producer Colin de la Plante, better known by his stage name, The Mole. He has been buying records since he was a teenager, collecting everything from classic rock to Brazilian funk, house and disco, minimal, and everything in between.Inspired by the massive wall of records at his flat in Berlin, this episode is a chat about collectors and collecting.
Episode four features UK-based DJ and producer Jane Fitz for a chat about getting lost in sound. Jane has been involved in electronic music for over 20 years, first as a raver and a music journalist and then as a DJ. Today she is considered one of electronic music’s best selectors, holding residencies at the likes of Freerotation and The Pickle Factory.
For episode three, we talk to Eric Cloutier; a DJ, producer, and label boss, born and raised in Detroit. Eric moved to New York in the 2000s, where he became a resident at The Bunker NY, before moving to Berlin where he is adjusting to life and music in a city where absolutely anything goes.
The second episode of AIR features synth music icon Suzanne Ciani to talk about humanizing machines and the nature of synthetic sound.
Our very first episode welcomes Robert Henke (Monolake) to talk about confidence and growth as an artist. Robert is a co-founder of Ableton, an electronic music artist, and a visual artists whose recent efforts are laser-based AV projects like his Fragile Territories installations and his Lumière shows.
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