I still try and check things coming out of Detroit for sure and almost anything that Larry Heard does is a winner for me. Can you remember when it was that you first thought that music could be a career path for you? Hence I now have a lot of tracks and the idea of releasing an album. If anything, it has a much bigger potential than dnb as its a tempo closer to the rest of most other forms of established electronic music. I never seem to get any UK festival bookings, maybe next year things will change.
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Right now I feel a real freedom to experiment with tempo.
What do you have coming up for both labels? Hence I now have a lot of tracks and the idea of releasing an album. Danielle September 25, I never seem to get any UK festival bookings, maybe next year things will change.
With a downbeat Hyp mix airing on the site soon, we talked to the Soul: I have spent more time in the studio in the last 12 months than I have in all my career. I read that you actually first got into electronic music through the harder Belgian end of techno, is that true? From the Belgian techno days, Orlando Voorn last time I heard was still making good techno but I still to this day wonder what happened to Frank de Wulf. So I guess nothing has changed in that respect.
For me, it was about feeling productive then hoping that feeling turned into something good.
I thought his set was very good indeed, also I caught Mark Pritchard in town last weekend, which was also wicked. The vibe is electric.
21 Years: Marcus Intalex
Does it feel like over 2 decades to you? Yeah I played at Red Zone a few times, it was always great. The Electric Daisy festival in Los Angeles was huge last year with overpeople attending for a ijtalex day festival.
I always knew when we iintalex something good that it was good but it was never frequent enough to feel like there was an album in us. The more gigs you have, the less you feel you need to do but the more you do like production, studio work, promotion, networking. London is also great, Fabric seems to be going through a mini resurgence too. Especially the last ten years, having been so busy time, has just flown by. Yeah the resurrection of the Manchester event has been amazing.
Now, over two decades into his career, Intalex is set to release his debut album this April. Marcus Intalex Marcus Intalex is a name synonymous with the progressive sounds of UK bass music, and specifically, drum and bass.
He was definitely the hot producer from the early nineties. R label on a tour of festivals this year — how was the response from festival crowds and which would you say was the best?
21 Years: Marcus Intalex – hyponik
I mracus Scuba here a few weeks back on a Monday night. Things are so much easier these days, a decent computer, a pair of speakers and a box of tricks in the form of a DAW and you can do everything in a flash.
Marcus Intalex is a name synonymous with the progressive sounds of UK bass music, and specifically, drum and bass.
I still try and check things coming out of Detroit for sure and almost anything that Larry Heard does is a winner for me.
For years it was all about trial and error, there was never any methodology about what we did. So Marcus — 21 years in the business.
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If anything, it has a much bigger potential than dnb as its a tempo closer to the rest of most other forms of established electronic music. I also feel much more confident of my ability to produce at the moment, which is very important for actually turning an idea into a finished product. No my first 12 of electronic music came through the early sounds of Chicago house and Detroit techno. After working on the same tempo for the last 15 years it feels quite liberating.