20 Questions: Errorsmith
The much admired German artist talks synths, South Park, and ‘Superlative Fatigue.’

As Errorsmith, German artist Erik Wiegand has been producing “club music” in the broadest sense since the mid-’90s. Since starting his musical career in 1996, over 21 years ago, he&#…

XLR8R's Best of 2017: Labels
Here are some of the year's best homes for great music, as chosen by the XLR8R staff.

Record labels play a major though often underestimated role in defining our musical tastes. The growth of the internet, and that of Soundcloud and Spotify, has made access to music far easier than it …

Podcast 518: Cassy
Warm soulful house from one of the scene's most beloved artists.

For anyone exposed to house and techno in the last two decades, Cassy is a name that should ring strong. Her unique flair and individual style behind the decks has enamored dancers and promoters alike…

Errorsmith 'Superlative Fatigue'
Erik Wiegand returns to Pan with a mature and sophisticated new LP.

Superlative Fatigue is Errorsmith’s first long-player in 13 years. There’s always a tension when we hear things like that. Will it be any good? He, Erik Wiegand, has certainly not been out the picture…

Errorsmith Returns to PAN with New LP
'Superlative Fatigue' LP is scheduled for October 20 release.

Errorsmith will return to PAN with a new LP, Superlative Fatigue. Besides collaborating with the likes of Mark Fell, to Berghain resident Fiedel as MMM, and Soundstream as Smith N Hack, Wiegand has re…

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