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Exploring the deeper corners of the electronic music spectrum

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FIBER Podcast 037 upsammy

Dense forests and moody beaches are the ever-changing and mysterious environments that Thessa Torsing explores to find inspiration. The 37th FIBER podcast is as diverse as these landscapes and Thessa, aka upsammy, is our fearless field guide that help us to traverse a variety of sonic impressions. Through her organic and yet uncompromising style, upsammy presents us an hour long journey composed of impressions and emotions evoked by these natural spaces. upsammy is a rising star in the scene. She started her sonic journey playing guitar in several bands. Around the age of 17 she started DJ-ing and producing and when she played a DJ-set at local Utrecht radio station Stranded.fm things took off. Nowadays, she has regular bookings at De School in Amsterdam, travels the world, and was recently mentioned by Resident Advisor as one of the 5 key acts of Amsterdam Dance Event 2018. In addition to her DJ-sets, Thessa also produces. Early on she found inspiration in a fusion of echoing guita...

64 MIN2018 NOV 18
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FIBER Podcast 037 upsammy

FIBER Podcast 036 Ali Wade

“Mixes of club music can be quite fatiguing”, says Ali Wade. While he doesn’t DJ as much as he used to (“it’s a distraction to making music”), he still buys tracks he likes to hear loud at a party: “mostly deep, broken techno such as Donato Dozzy and Livity Sound”. For the 36th FIBER Podcast he made a selection pulling together favourites from the past year combined with older key influences like Aphex, Autechre and Jega: “it was important the tracks had space to breathe and traverse a range of moods”. Ali Wade has been involved in electronic music, as DJ, promoter and journalist, since the 90’s. The cities where he lived have been of influence on his musical development, but it was his uncle who sparked his interest in electronic music and with whom he still swaps music today. “My uncle set the bar pretty high when I was eight or nine – he introduced me to Jean Michel Jarre, Tangerine Dream, Herbie Hancock. I listened to a lot of US punk and indie until raves arrived i...

74 MIN2017 AUG 20
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FIBER Podcast 036 Ali Wade

FIBER Podcast 035 Ena

The 35th FIBER podcast is a haunting trip through abstract layers of sound and atmospheres. The non-categorizable style of Tokyo based artist Ena embodies the practice of the transmutation of musical genres. In this visceral exploration of sounds he takes the listener through sonic dimensions; from the macrocosmos of space to the microcosmos of machines. Yu Asaeda is an all round producer doing production of pop music, commercials and documentary films. Under his moniker Ena, he is known for his craftsmanship in developing an idiosyncratic form of bass music. He has released this type of music on labels such as F Music, Samurai Horo and more recently on Niløs. Drawing on ‘dubplate culture’, which has been an important element in the development of jungle and drum&bass in the nineties, Ena made a mix for FIBER containing many unreleased tracks (dubs). We asked him what the most important influences are for the development of his experimental brand of music. “Sound System culture ...

59 MIN2017 JUN 18
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FIBER Podcast 035 Ena

Latest Episodes

FIBER Podcast 037 upsammy

Dense forests and moody beaches are the ever-changing and mysterious environments that Thessa Torsing explores to find inspiration. The 37th FIBER podcast is as diverse as these landscapes and Thessa, aka upsammy, is our fearless field guide that help us to traverse a variety of sonic impressions. Through her organic and yet uncompromising style, upsammy presents us an hour long journey composed of impressions and emotions evoked by these natural spaces. upsammy is a rising star in the scene. She started her sonic journey playing guitar in several bands. Around the age of 17 she started DJ-ing and producing and when she played a DJ-set at local Utrecht radio station Stranded.fm things took off. Nowadays, she has regular bookings at De School in Amsterdam, travels the world, and was recently mentioned by Resident Advisor as one of the 5 key acts of Amsterdam Dance Event 2018. In addition to her DJ-sets, Thessa also produces. Early on she found inspiration in a fusion of echoing guita...

64 MIN2018 NOV 18
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FIBER Podcast 037 upsammy

FIBER Podcast 036 Ali Wade

“Mixes of club music can be quite fatiguing”, says Ali Wade. While he doesn’t DJ as much as he used to (“it’s a distraction to making music”), he still buys tracks he likes to hear loud at a party: “mostly deep, broken techno such as Donato Dozzy and Livity Sound”. For the 36th FIBER Podcast he made a selection pulling together favourites from the past year combined with older key influences like Aphex, Autechre and Jega: “it was important the tracks had space to breathe and traverse a range of moods”. Ali Wade has been involved in electronic music, as DJ, promoter and journalist, since the 90’s. The cities where he lived have been of influence on his musical development, but it was his uncle who sparked his interest in electronic music and with whom he still swaps music today. “My uncle set the bar pretty high when I was eight or nine – he introduced me to Jean Michel Jarre, Tangerine Dream, Herbie Hancock. I listened to a lot of US punk and indie until raves arrived i...

74 MIN2017 AUG 20
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FIBER Podcast 036 Ali Wade

FIBER Podcast 035 Ena

The 35th FIBER podcast is a haunting trip through abstract layers of sound and atmospheres. The non-categorizable style of Tokyo based artist Ena embodies the practice of the transmutation of musical genres. In this visceral exploration of sounds he takes the listener through sonic dimensions; from the macrocosmos of space to the microcosmos of machines. Yu Asaeda is an all round producer doing production of pop music, commercials and documentary films. Under his moniker Ena, he is known for his craftsmanship in developing an idiosyncratic form of bass music. He has released this type of music on labels such as F Music, Samurai Horo and more recently on Niløs. Drawing on ‘dubplate culture’, which has been an important element in the development of jungle and drum&bass in the nineties, Ena made a mix for FIBER containing many unreleased tracks (dubs). We asked him what the most important influences are for the development of his experimental brand of music. “Sound System culture ...

59 MIN2017 JUN 18
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FIBER Podcast 035 Ena

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