Lead writer and editor, master of disaster, pretends to be loyal to the hypnotic techno scene while having a record of Deftones trapped in his player. As a former skateboarder, he used to try “one more time” too often. It’s the same with words. Studied shamanism at the university before travelling with music. Lives in the quiet country of Switzerland yet is hyperactive.
Master of the web, long-time modular synth addict and music lover. During the day, he runs IT projects and when the sun goes down, he likes to dive deep into the experimental parts of techno. While “a dog is man’s best friend”, he is known to be a “dogs’ best friend”. As an animal lover, he lives in the Swiss mountains, where he enjoys getting lost on his mountain bike or skis.
Senior writer, Tina is not tied to a particular artistic field, with her ethos manifested in visual art, sound, performance and DJing. In Malta, you’d find her collaborating with artists and organisations, exploring communities and more mysterious spaces, packed with magic, history and nature. When journeying to lands afar, she releases energy at monumental landmarks or dance floors. Well-predisposed to trance, she’s reportedly able to levitate, but no evidence yet.
Moderator in our Facebook group and project leader. Also composer, DJ and live musician, Clarence collects electronic machines, loves nature and dystopian universes. In his forest in the North-East of France, he injects this ambivalence between onirism and darkness in all his creations. The convoluted rhythms are his outlet, the icy atmospheres of cold waves, his salvation. And yet, he has no diagnosed mental illness.
Moderator in our Facebook group, as well as DJ & label owner of Kvalia Records, she’s all over Sweden: in an intimate gig, mixing with Chris Liebing, Marcel Dettmann or Recondite, in your car if you turn on Radio Skanstull, in between two trees for a forestal event near Stockholm, or under a factory chimney for an urban project. Her secret to being everywhere? People say she looks like an elf…
Moderator in our Facebook group, label founder of Liminal Spaces and Cellar Door, Marek is first and foremost a music digger and endless collector. He got born into a family filled with musicians and music lovers just to grow up as a failed clarinet player. Happily, Mother Techno hit his door on his 27 years and gave him a more inspired life, full of tribal percussions and deep motives.