Few who are engaged in the modern underground techno scene has have missed out on Charlotte de Witte, still only in her early twenties she has made a massive impact as a DJ and techno producer, releasing her own material in collaboration with major techno contributors, such as Cari Lekebusch […]

The next gen techno clubbers – Interview with Charlotte de ...


Haven´t heard of Alexa, then it is time to step up. Alexa is AI voice behind Amazon´s voice assistant Echo, a woman that has been helping US citizens for some time now with ordering UBER taxis, scheduling meetings, booking restaurants and more. Now Amazon wants to give Spotify and Apple […]

Will Alexa become your new favorite DJ?


In the borderlands of noise, ambient, experimental, industrial, minimal and techno we have iDEAL the Swedish label that has long been in the forefront of an alternative music scene. Started by Joachim Nordwall it has now grown to a force, promoting artists that are pushing the envelope in contemporary music. iDEAL […]

Breaking boundaries – iDEAL-fest report feat Puce Mary, Ectoplasm Girls, ...



DJ, Techno producer, composer, experimentalist, avant-gard artist – the labels we can put on Austria’s finest techno export, Electric Indigo, are many and they all blend well with the impressive back catalog of this forward looking artist. With her roots working in Berlin’s finest record store Hardwax to today’s techno […]

Interview: Electric Indigo keeps on pushing the boundaries in the ...


Not many records have such an allure as the golden record that went into space in the 70’s. Now NASA has officially announced that they will “re-release” this record to the general public. The now iconic astronomer Carl Sagan produced this record to be part of the Voyager 1 and 2 […]

Space explorers rejoice – Carl Sagan’s golden record is up ...


Today minimalism is a given but when Steve Reich did the same in the 60’s and 70’s things were quite different, pioneering the use of tape loops and phase patterns Steve, alongside Philip Glass and Terry Riley, have had a massive influence on today’s music scene. Now in 2016 it […]

The legacy of Steve Reich – Minimalism and Music for ...



If you had your teens in the 80’s and was into synth pop music you’ve bound to have come across Soft Cell or at a minimum you’ve heard their version of the classic hit Tainted Love. Soft Cell was the essence of electronic music meeting the avant-garde, spiced with its own […]

Dave Ball (Soft Cell) goes super ambient on Photosynthesis


We have heard the rumors for quite some time now, both about the return of the ARP, but also that more Volcas were on their way. In yesterdays´s announcements from KORG we got all this plus a spiced up microKORG, a synth that kind of have become somewhat legendary now in […]

It´s KORG bonanza today – New Volca, microKORG and the ...


Avoid spending thousands of dollars on expensive hardware or software gear or simply feel like killing time at work? The world, or rather the web, is full of browser based instruments that can be used for free and in this feature we will guide you to the best ones. Needless […]

The ultimate guide on how to be a browser based ...



Chiptunes and 8 bit music have grown in popularity over some years now, partly spurred by the retro game trend that has been going on for quite some time now.  Commodore 64 was the crowned leader at the time having three audio channels to use in the compositions, compared with […]

AMIGA and the 16 bit music legacy


Perhaps not infinite, but surely close enough – the sound shaping capabilities of 2CAudio’s Kaleidoscope are immense and the overall approach from a UI perspective really pushes the envelope. After having spent some days in the Stereoklang studio with Kaleidoscope it is quite clear that the team behind Kaleidoscope still […]

2CAudio Kaleidoscope – Sound creation goes unlimited


For a month or so Behringer has been teasing the DeepMind 12 and although we are getting quite used to watching blurred out video clips of upcoming machines, the DeepMind 12 may well be worth waiting for. Behringer has been teasing this little beast for quite some time now – […]

Alive and kicking – a 12 voice synth shouldn´t go ...



When discussing the use of electronic instruments in Jazz music you often end up talking about hammonds and electric guitars, but that’s a very narrow definition ruling out most of the evolution made in Jazz music over the past decades. NuJazz is such a sub genre within Jazz that really […]

Nu Jazz – Impressive contribution to electronic music


KORG is a synthesizer company (no shit! hehe) that has truly embraced modern computing platforms. The company has made both top notch clones of their legacy machines like the MS-20, as well as new innovative apps like the KORG Gadget. Bandai Namco, on the other hand, has been very slow […]

KORG and Bandai Namco – The perfect marriage


Ready for some high pitched laser beats that will definitely trigger your imagination. This week we will look closer at ::vtol::’s latest installation as well as experience what may be your next party gadget – the Basslet. Russian based ::vtol:: has a rich track record of producing intriguing and conceptual videos […]

High pitched laser beats and wearable sub-woofers on the go



A couple of weeks ago we had the pleasure to listen to the first single from experimental minimal techno artist OO_A LR5_N. Now the full size EP album has hit all digital distribution channels, like Spotify, Deezer, iTunes etc. There is also an opportunity to buy the album on Bandcamp […]

Epic new experimental minimal techno album from OO_A LR5_N


It has been many collaborations throughout the years for the immensely productive electro-pop maestro Vince Clarke. Taking a quick look through Vince’s discography, and disregarding his main contributions in Depeche Mode, Yazoo and Erasure, the list is long including acts like Jar, Gore, BT, Burns, Ane Brun, The Good Natured, Blamange, […]

“Home house” dance music – Interview with Vince Clarke and ...


Few places has had such an impact on the exploration of electronic music and sound manipulation as Elektronmusikstudion in Sweden. One may think that this is more a place of the past but as you soon will find out this is a most relevant institution also in today´s music scene. […]

A brief visit into the realms of Elektronmusikstudion



Are you a fan of techno and planning to go to London this Summer, then we have a real treat for you. The Detroit techno scene will make its first real appearance in the fine rooms of London’s Institute Of Contemporary Arts. ICA has announced a new exhibition on Detroit techno. […]

Techno City: The history of the Detroit techno scene comes ...


Never to be taken seriously or even lightly, Yello are back with a new album that’s going to be called Toy. At the IMS Electronic Music Pioneer Awards celebration in Ibiza, Dieter Meier and Boris Blank announced the release of their 13th studio album “Toy” on September 30, 2016, that takes […]

The gagsters of electropop are back! Yello’s first IRL concert ...


We all know the importance of mixing and mastering and most have heard of the success of Landr, the online cloud mastering platform, but will computer algorithms ever be able to compensate for the human ear? We here at Stereoklang have tried the Landr platform quite a lot since its […]

Machine mastering vs. Online ear-training – Can cloud services do ...



Heard about “Der Komponist” before, most likely not, but if we throw in the Moogtonium into the equation, you may think of Max Brand. Max Brand was an Austrian composer focusing both on traditional classical music and, at the same time, pioneering in the field of electronic music. As you […]

Der Komponist and the machines for opera – Moogtonium


Frequencies can be sweet to our ears or utterly painful pending on what side of the scale you’re on. Many fine music artists are truly exploring the boundaries of frequencies, although probably the ones pushing the envelope the most are more experimentalists and more likely found doing installations at various […]

Frequencies and Hermann von Helmholtz’ very first synthesizer


Virtual Reality (VR) is on everyone’s lips these days and not only in the world of feature films but equally so in the world of music. Most recently we’ve had announcements and talks from the likes of Björk and Taylor Swift, but are they really grasping for more then extremely […]

Why bother about Virtual Reality (VR) in music?