Thursday, 10 October 2013

Slash Dot Dash Podcast 024: Stefan Gubatz

Stefan Gubatz is an electronic music producer living in Cologne / Germany. After a few years experimenting with lots of different styles he found a home at the newly founded Traum Schallplatten sub label, Telrae, where he released a couple of 10 Inches, mostly dub techno oriented. His debut LP 'Distanz', which went even deeper into wide atmospheric soundscapes was released in late 2012, accompanied by two 'reworks' of his album on 10".

While becoming older and even lazier than before (as he claims), Stefan is always looking for new frontiers in sound, not only concentrating on dub techno but trying out new styles and experiments.

For our 24th Podcast Stefan has compiled music, new and old, to transport you into a world of downtempo experimental sounds that drift you through distorted clicks, saturated synth patterns and heady intense beats. This is by far our most out there mix, designed for home listening rather than warming you up for a big night out, as Stefan demonstrates his ability to manipulate your emotions of state of mind with every passing moment.

You can subscribe to the podcast in iTunes or you can download or stream the mix from the Soundcloud Player below


1) Harmonic 313 - Music Substitute System [Warp]
2) Kraftwerk - Geiger Counter [Capitol Productions]
3) nsi. - Risset [Non Standard Productions]
4) Kadrage - Circle Machine's Circle [Viva Hate Records]
5) Kraftwerk - News [Capitol Records]
6) Farben - Raute [Mille Plateaux]
7) Jeff Milligan - Convenience Store [Poker Flat Recordings]
8) Atom TM - Ich Bin Meine Maschine [Raster-Noton]
9) Plastikman - Plastique [Novamute]
10) Niederflur - Drehbrücke [Minus]
11) Jackmate - Shark Bait [Authentic Music]
12) Alec Empire - 22:24 [Geist]
13) Stefan Gubatz - Still Untitled
14) Jette Von Roth - Das Gefühl des Werdens [Roter Punkt]

We'd like to extend our gratitude to Stefan for putting together this wonderful mix for our series. If you'd like to know more about him then check out his Facebook Fan Page and if you're a fan of analog hardware we'd strongly recommend you check out his Youtube Page we're he invites you into his studio to experience his live abilities.

As for the rest of our podcasts, to find them, please head over to the Podcast Page on our website

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