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Kana Broadcast 049 Marcelus

October 30th, 2014  |  by  |  published in Kana Broadcast

Kana Broadcast 049 Marcelus

Paris, France is home for us this week. The citadel has been fairly influential along with it’s European counterparts in securing a healthy contribution to the world of electronic music, and as a new armada of artists emerge from the region, it feels as though you’re getting pulled into a mutating landscape of sonic aesthetics […]

Kana Broadcast 048 Andrea Ferlin

July 10th, 2014  |  by  |  published in Kana Broadcast

Kana Broadcast 048 Andrea Ferlin

As co-founder of Sleep Is Commercial alongside Francesco Assenza, he’s orchestrated one of the more consistent bases for some of the most relevant and futuristic electronica. It’s home to the likes of Hubble, Akiko Kiyama, & Fedon, and after playing alongside the likes of Richie Hawtin, Marco Carola, as well as regular appearances at Ibiza’s […]

Kana Broadcast 7th Birthday Special [047] Tripeo (Darko Esser)

May 14th, 2014  |  by  |  published in Broadcasts, Kana Broadcast

Kana Broadcast 7th Birthday Special [047] Tripeo (Darko Esser)

It’s been seven years since we kicked off this project running underground street parties in Brisbane, Australia, and we couldn’t think of anyone more genuine and sincere in their intentions in this scene to host our special birthday broadcast. His views and perspective on what really does matter outside of the music we hear resonates […]

Kana Broadcast 042 Craig McWhinney

July 4th, 2013  |  by  |  published in Kana Broadcast

Kana Broadcast 042 Craig McWhinney

Melbourne, Australia is home to not only one of Australasia’s thriving techno scenes, it’s also home to this weeks broadcast mix. The city has guided the rest of the country through some of the darker days as far as electronica exposure is concerned and furthered the movement across the country. Our guest has aided the […]

Kana Broadcast 038 Wilhelm

December 18th, 2012  |  by  |  published in Kana Broadcast

Kana Broadcast 038 Wilhelm

Haunting and airborne. The beatless sulphuric decay that washes the beautiful conceptual shores of Ireland’s southern coast lands in Cork this week and Ian Wilhelm steers the serenade into broken glass. His material has seen justified exposure and hopefully there’s a lot more work coming from this side of the world. His creative world incorporates […]

Kana Broadcast 037 Edit Select

November 8th, 2012  |  by  |  published in Kana Broadcast

Kana Broadcast 037 Edit Select

I think most of us can safely bet on the fact that our journey in electronic music, irrespective how it makes us feel now or how much it means to us after all these years, solidified around the likes of May and his conspirators. Tony Scott isn’t any different in that respect though his vision […]

Kana Broadcast 036 NSI

September 26th, 2012  |  by  |  published in Kana Broadcast

Kana Broadcast 036 NSI

Crafty, industrial medication is considered a justifiable vice, even more so this week. We’re with nsi. – the collective partnership between ocular enclaves and deep incursions into chemical outposts.  That’s our take on the approach both Tobias Freund and Max Loderbauer make in every live performance and recording.  Dead tones, experimental forays into guitar sampling […]

Kana Broadcast 035 Edanticonf

August 9th, 2012  |  by  |  published in Kana Broadcast

Kana Broadcast 035 Edanticonf

This week Turin will be home and the city’s cultural and musical diversity acted as a direct catalyst to facilitate the indiscreet low level pass for this addition to the broadcast series. His new album ‘Forest Echo’ is creating more than echo – it’s making a lot of noise. You could easily be forgiven for […]

Kana Broadcast 034 Basic Soul Unit

July 15th, 2012  |  by  |  published in Kana Broadcast

Kana Broadcast 034 Basic Soul Unit

The acidic lines become more evident and the temperament is clearly undergoing restructuring.  We’re in the thick of Basic Soul Unit’s Australian tour and it’ll take some time for the lights to fade away from it.  The tangent and approach is certainly refreshing – in his own words he’s (understandably) always felt comfortable conducting records […]

Kana Broadcast 033 HDO

July 5th, 2012  |  by  |  published in Kana Broadcast

Kana Broadcast 033 HDO

Todd Bodine, Tom Clark, Philip Bader, Daniel Dreier & Dale are the instruments that self conduct the Highgrade Disharmonic Orchestra and after several years of Berlin’s Highgrade legacy it wouldn’t of been hard to predict the monstrous task of creating a cohesive structure – though undoubtedly, it’s eventuated.  The artists have been canvasing a path […]

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