Tag Archives: glitch techno

The rise of… glitch techno

At the turn of the millennium, Montreal became a hotbed for a type of dance music that the French Canadians called microhouse (pronounced meecro-house). St Laurent Boulevard, off Montreal’s Sherbrooke University district had become a two mile long stretch of poutine joints, punk bars and experimental house and techno music. On Sundays, during the summer months, […]

Interview: Adventures in Lo-Fi – The Cyclist

Young Derry producer, Andrew Morrison aka The Cyclist, is a rising star in a movement of lo-fi tape distorted house and techno.  Signed to Stones Throw with a new EP coming out on LA’s cult 100% Silk, Morrison’s melodic take on a genre that he’s labelled ‘tape throb’ is in increasing demand.  Jack Carolan caught up […]