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New York-based Galcher Lustwerk became one of the most hotly tipped names in the underground dance music scene during the mid-2010s.
The Cleveland-born producer’s tracks combine deep house beats with his own subtle vocals often reminiscent of a more laid-back variation on late-’80s hip-house, creating a detached yet energetic take on the Midwest house sound.
He has released music on White Material Records, Ghostly International, Tsuba Limtied, and remixes for labels like Rekids, Ninja Tune, Lobster Theremin. He’s DJed over 25 countries around the world, including Ministry of Sound (London), Panorama Bar (Berlin), and Nitsa (Barcelona).
Lisa Blanning is an American writer and editor on music, art, and culture, as well as a booking agent.
She is a former editor at The Wire Magazine in London and Electronic Beats in Berlin – the city she currently operates out of.
She is especially engaged in movements in contemporary electronic music and digital art and culture.
She has published cover stories for print publications in three different countries and led panel discussions and artist talks for festivals/events/organizations such as Sónar, Unsound, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, and Ableton’s Loop conference, as well as presenting talks at institutions such as University of East London and Institut für Populäre Musik in Bochum.
Sybil Jason is a Haitian-American multi-disciplinary artist from New York City. Since 2004 she has been involved in the underground music scene of NYC most notably as a DJ known for her particular brand of genre-bending sonic rapture with nods to her roots, fueled by electric energy & vast musical influences. A move to Europe in 2014 saw her transfer her music blog FARCED into a radio show on Berlin Community Radio as well as indie radio in both Barcelona & Paris, before returning to New York in late 2018.
They say one person’s trash is another’s treasure and in the hands of DJ Bus Replacement Service, aka Doris Woo, throwaways achieve transcendence. A fondness for left of the dial music that began as a child, her techniques have evolved to scour the murkiest corners of the web in search of music (loosely defined) that no other DJ on earth would come across, let alone have the gall to play out.
This episode of RLRC deals primarily with music journalism with our guest john twells. john twells is a Wolverhampton-born club creature based mostly in the USA. john has been responsible for editorial at Boomkat and FACT, recorded music under various names, run labels, worked at record stores, fitted bass systems, established and maintained club nights, run radio shows and been a cog in the underground electronic music machine for two decades.
HE VALENCIA aka Aloiso Wilmoth is an Indiana-based artist / DJ / producer exploring the intersections and permeation of techno and other experimental electronic music. He uses these mediums to explorer greater themes of diaspora and Afrofuturism.
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