Category: Questions & Answers

  • Magazine Sixty Music Feature with Katerina (Émotsiya / Kotarak)

    Magazine Sixty Music Feature with Katerina (Émotsiya / Kotarak)

    Magazine Sixty talks to DJ and producer Katerina about running labels Émotsiya / Kotarak, KULT Helsinki, and music production. Welcome to Magazine Sixty, Katerina. It was a pleasure to review your new single, One EP for Rekids. I love the way the melodies intertwine with the contrasting, tougher drums and keys. Can you talk us…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Feature with Franck Roger (Real Tone Records)

    Magazine Sixty Music Feature with Franck Roger (Real Tone Records)

    By our guest interviewer. Parisian by birth. DJ, producer, and innovator Franck Roger’s career stretches way back to the 90s, and he’s been bumping about the scene via his uniquely soulful, deep house flavours ever since. With a slew of brilliant releases under his belt on home label Real Tone Records, and countless remixes for…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Feature with Lea Lisa

    Magazine Sixty Music Feature with Lea Lisa

    Presented by our guest interviewer. Lea Lisa has been playing on the French and European deep house underground scenes for well over 20 years now. A highly competent DJ and serious selector, with a wealth of knowledge and an expansive collection of wax. Having released music on Phonica and Wolf Music, Lea parks her production…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Feature with Templé. A Guide To Adelaide

    Magazine Sixty Music Feature with Templé. A Guide To Adelaide

    From our guest interviewer. Australian artist Templé, real name Ben Smith, is about to drop his ‘Who You Are EP’ on his home label Templé Musiq. The EP has a remix by the king of nu-disco, Prins Thomas, but these two are not strangers, as Ben has previously released on the revered Internasjonal. Ben DJ’s…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Feature with Carlo (Aterral/Bisiesto) Q&A

    Magazine Sixty Music Feature with Carlo (Aterral/Bisiesto) Q&A

    Our guest interviewer talks to Carlo. When we think of Carlo, we instantly are reminded of his Aterral imprint, the label that’s been putting out tons of great House with cutting-edge artists. This time, Carlos Alvarez hits us with a radical new project, on his new label Bisiesto. His album ‘Todo Bien’ (it’s all good)…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Feature – Slowaxx guide to Colle Di Val D’Elsa, Tuscany

    Magazine Sixty Music Feature – Slowaxx guide to Colle Di Val D’Elsa, Tuscany

    Slowaxx is the solo project and live band created by Riccardo Chiarucci, a composer and producer who hails from the sunny climes of Tuscany. This week he releases ‘Shapes Interfusion’ on Broken District, a six-track blend of home studio production and live recorded sessions that incorporate lo-fi, hazy jazz, mind-warping electronica, with lashings of hip-hop…

  • Magazine Sixty interviews JKriv

    Magazine Sixty interviews JKriv

    Magazine Sixty Music Feature. Magazine Sixty interviews JKriv. JKriv has music running through his veins. From the Razor-N-Tape mega-label, he started with Aaron Dae over a decade ago, to the Greenpoint Record Shop in its third year, from his remixes on a host of starry labels to his original compositions, his work as a live…

  • Magazine Sixty interviews KaySoul

    Magazine Sixty interviews KaySoul

    Magazine Sixty Music Feature. Magazine Sixty interviews KaySoul. Freerange Records is about to launch its City to City series of EP’s that shine a light on cities around the world. They kick off with Johannesburg and feature six different artists from the South African, City of Gold. Our guest interviewer gets the chance to talk…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review with Dave Clarkson

    Magazine Sixty Music Review with Dave Clarkson

    Greg Fenton reviews Dave Clarkson – Dreamadelica (Music for Dreamachine) – Waxing Crescent Records A story waiting to be told turns the page between celestial choral harmonies, guitar, and synthesized strings as Prelude to The Subconscious introduces the thought process into your consciousness. Given the album title, it’s perhaps not too surprising that this collection…