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Five questions for Concrete Plastic

Concrete Plastic formed on 06/06/06 and was the brainchild of Steve Hyland who had previously founded and co-run Ai Records. With a love of electronic music ranging from acid house and hardcore through techno and electronica, CP was an outlet for the diverse musical, and as importantly design, influences held dear. Igloo Magazine :: When […]

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Five questions for 33 Recordings

33 Recordings sheds some bits’n bytes regarding their net label operations, the latest Into Pieces compilation, how they came to be as well as other thoughts and intentions. Igloo Magazine :: When did 33 Recordings start up and what was your inspiration? 33Rec :: A few years ago we started uploading our music in various […]

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Five questions for Halbsicht

Germany’s Halbsicht Records answers igloomag.com’s Five questions and finds out a little more about this burgeoning imprint, its vision of quality over quantity, love of music and design and acute attention to details. Igloo Magazine :: When did Halbsicht start up and what was your inspiration? HR :: Halbsicht Records surfaced in November 2007 and […]

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Five questions for DiN Recordings

“I set up DiN in March 1999 with the ethos of having a series of albums, all released as limited editions , to encompass the diverse worlds of ambient electronica and to evolve and grow this to include a broad range of artists releasing music in various solo and collaborative projects…” (Ian Boddy / DiN […]

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Five questions for Rump Recordings

Jens Berents Christiansen (aka Rumpistol and Rump label operator), breaks down igloomag.com’s Five questions and unravels the history behind this Copenhagen-based musical imprint, its experimentally dubbed roots, visual-audio projection and forthcoming plans. Igloo Magazine :: When did Rump Recordings start up and what was your inspiration? Jens Berents Christiansen / Rump :: I founded Rump […]

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Five questions for Kahvi Collective

“Kahvi specializes in a certain niche target, the IDM/ambient kind of area, so there never will be millions of listeners, but I think that the size of the audience is growing all the time and continuously I get good feedback on the label and music. The label stands apart from the quality of the releases […]

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Five questions for Outside Recordings

Delivering leftfield electro manipulations and an innovative approach to sound art, Jeff Nagel and Kris Krause take a few minutes to answer Five questions regarding Outside Recordings‘ past, present and future musical iterations. Igloo Magazine :: When did Outside Recordings start up and what was your inspiration? Kris Krause / Outside Rec. :: Outside was […]

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Five questions for Dynamophone

Dynamophone, headed by Evan Sornstein, is set to purvey euphonic experimental music with a tinge of enigmatic (ambient) beauty. Find out where the label is headed as their “living-room composers” are set to literally map the next generation of audio sculptures in a forthcoming, “music-catching” compilation. Igloo Magazine :: When did Dynamophone start up and […]

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Five questions for Herb Recordings

Craig Murphy lets igloomag.com into the lush fields of Herb Recordings‘ musical spectrum and discovers that there’s a lot more going on behind the scenes ready and waiting to be discovered. Igloo Magazine :: When did Herb start up and what was your inspiration? Craig Murphy / Herb ::  The label started in January 2006 […]

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Five questions for Detroit Underground

Sohail Azad (aka Kero and Detroit Underground mastermind) is at the forefront of entrepreneurial audio / visual design. Having cultivated precision experiments in electronics for over a decade with notable acts across the globe, Detroit Underground (and its affiliated subsidiaries including audio design, video, radio and just about any other creative outlet) remains at the […]

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Five questions for Buried In Time

Steve Westbrook, creative sound director for Portland, OR-based Buried In Time, answered five questions and reveals to its audience the means, methods and madness involved with getting their leftfield electro-experiments off the ground. Igloo Magazine :: When did Buried In Time start up and what was your inspiration? Steve Westbrook / Buried In Time :: […]

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Five questions for Boltfish

Murray Fisher took some time out to answer five questions regarding hybrid-label Boltfish Recordings and their day-to-day operations, past, present and future. Dip your feet and ears into this UK-based collective creating electronic canvasses for their musicians to frame. Igloo Magazine :: When did Boltfish Recordings start up and what was your inspiration? Murray Fisher […]

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Five questions for Psychonavigation

Igloo Magazine sat down with Keith Downey, label owner and operator of the now decade young Psychonavigation Records outfit to discuss, via hyperspace, a few key points regarding its start-up, progress and future. Catch a glimpse of Psychonavigation’s history and stay tuned for their latest collection of tracks compiled on the July 29th release of […]

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