Podcast 448: Daniel Bell
The minimal techno veteran pulls together an hour of classy house selections.

Daniel Bell’s appeal transcends traditional genre boundaries. Gaze over his discography through one set of spectacles and he shines clearly as a techno pioneer. His earlier hard-nosed works as DBX car…

Podcast 443: Voigtmann
One of London's underground staples fuses together an hour of off-kilter house and techno.

UK artist Claus Voigtmann has operated on the fringes of house music for quite some time now. You won’t find his name on any oversized billboards, or playing for any oversized mainstream clubs, but we…

Podcast 437: The Gaslamp Killer
The LA beat-scene savant twists together an hour of avant-garde cuts, including a world premiere of a forthcoming GLK track.

There aren’t many electronic musicians alive today that possess the same aura and pure fan wonderment as William Bensussen (a.k.a. The Gaslamp Killer). His worldly, psychedelic musical offerings…

Podcast 432: Sei A
The Glaswegian artist lays down a beautifully varied 90 minutes, featuring cuts by Alice Coltrane, Alex Smoke, Edward, and himself.

Since his emergence in 2008, Scottish DJ and producer Andy Graham (a.k.a. Sei A) has had an enviable release rate, pushing his swinging, bass-heavy style out across close to 20 releases on labels like…

Podcast 429: Dexter
The Dutch DJ-producer and Klakson label head compiles 70 minutes of gritty and funky electro.

Although perhaps not a household name in the wider electronic-music landscape, Dutch DJ-producer Remy Verheijen’s (a.k.a. Dexter) weird and wonderful output and been a staple in the record bags …

Interpretations: Daedelus
The renowned LA beatsmith throws down 10 minutes of body-moving beats.

You would be hard pressed to find an XLR8R reader who hadn’t heard of LA-based producer and performer Daedelus—in the past, he’s been featured on the cover of XLR8R magazine, appeared in c…

XLR8R's Best of 2015: Podcasts
We pick our favorite mixes, and showcase the year's most-viewed editions.

This year saw our long-running podcast series, which since 2006 has featured everyone from Ellen Allien, Kevin Saunderson, Laurent Garnier and Anthony Parasole to Untold, the Orb, Mr. Scruff and Anti-…

Vote Now in XLR8R's Best of 2015 Readers Poll
We've opened the poll to vote for your favorite music and artists of 2015.

Now that 2015 is coming to a close, it’s once again time for XLR8R to open up the voting for our annual XLR8R Readers Poll. During the next week, we’ll be revealing our choices for the Bes…

Podcast 413: Sebastian Mullaert
XLR8R shares a hypnotic segment of a recent live set from the revered Swedish producer.

Our weekly podcasts are required to be assembled specifically and exclusively for XLR8R. That’s just how it works. And because of this, we’re often forced to forsake perfectly viable submissions to th…

Podcast 408: Tyree Cooper - ADE 2015 Edition
A Chicago hero jacks the house in the run-up to the Amsterdam Dance Event.

If you’re a DJ who ever gets the chance to drop some early-era house into your sets, try dropping an old Tyree Cooper track—let’s say 1988’s “Turn Up the Bass,” released …

Podcast 407: MANIK
On the eve of a release on BPitch Control, the DJ-producer drops a wide-ranging set of 4/4 rhythms.

Considering his adopted nom de musique—enhanced by those capital letters, in case you miss the point—you’d think that the man known as MANIK would be a somewhat frenzied guy. In truth, the DJ-pr…

Podcast 399: Dense & Pika
Alex Jones and Christopher Spero rock their teched-up rhythms in our latest podcast.

Are two heads better than one? We’re not sure—in real life, a double noggin would garner you a lot of dumbfounded looks. But in the electronic-music game, it sure doesn’t seem to hurt: Fro…

XLR8R Podcast 390: John Tejada - Decibel 2015 Festival Edition
Following the first line-up announcement of Decibel 2015, techno legend John Tejada takes us on a blissful journey through his unreleased works in this week’s XLR8R podcast.

Reflecting on his early years in Vienna, Austria, it is no surprise that LA-based producer/DJ/remixer/label owner John Tejada has grown to become one of the leading electronic musicians of his generat…

Podcast 158: DJ Rashad & DJ Spinn

Ever since the news broke that venerable UK label Planet Mu had signed young juke experimentalist DJ Nate, a whole new wave of juke- and footwork-related excitement has taken hold in the music world. …

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