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Resident Advisor Podcast : EX.722 Bicep

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EX.722 Bicep : “We used to roll up socks in our shoes to give us an extra inch.” The childhood friends talk about coming of age in Belfast and their label and event series, CHROMA.

Bicep—the Irish duo Andrew Ferguson and Matthew McBriar—have been winning over the hearts of fans with trance-inflected, melancholic dance music since 2009. In this interview with RA editor Gabriel Szatan, the childhood friends talk about how they got where they are, unpacking their creative process and the abiding musical influence of their hometown, Belfast, a city where emotional trance reigned supreme.

They also discuss their ongoing multidisciplinary project, CHROMA—a record label, event series and evolving live audiovisual show. Ferguson and McBriar say that the idea for CHROMA came from a sense that their DJ sets were becoming too “sugary,” so they buckled down with a renewed focus on creating dynamic new productions made specifically for the dance floor and their sets. The result is a string of hard-hitting EPs which you can find online now. Listen to the episode in full.

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#325 Deadbeats Radio with Zeds Dead

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Zeds Dead – the canadian sensation is here with their DeadBeats Radio (better killing than death but that’s just us). Unique mix of styles making them frequents guests on the main stage of many of…

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R3hab presents: CYB3RPVNK Radio #615

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Welcome to the official podast of R3HAB Every week the Dutch maestro showcase his favorite tunes and and a DJ set. Enjoy the music with the ofiocial download link and online stream : Click to…

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Resident Advisor Podcast : RA.945 KYRUH

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RA.945 KYRUH : Wormhole techno from a DJ you need to know. KYRUH is a high-impact specialist forced in the crucible of modern NYC’s notable spaces, including WIRE, Dweller and Bossa Nova Civic Club. Their sound is that of a DJ skilled at applying waves of pressure without requiring shortcuts through obvious terrain, adept at hammering it without defaulting to speed alone.

After years burning a hole through the American underground, 2024 is proving to be a tipping point. KYRUH’s appearance on Kelela remix compilation RAVE:N in early spring lit the touchpaper for a run of gritty productions and increasingly prominent slots across North America and Europe.

The tracklist for their RA Podcast goes deep, accommodating contemporary producers like x3butterfly and Faster Horses alongside veterans Lady Starlight, Femanyst, House of God resident Paul Damage Bailey and underrated Swedish ripper Tobias Von Hoftsen. To those still wondering where to find ‘proper techno’ in 2024: look no further.



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