Processed _ Interview With Mono.xID

Mono _ V-v-v-vier

Would you mind talking a bit about the subsekt mix? How did you approach the mix? Any favourite tracks / funny stories / people that you would like to talk about?

I have no concept whenever I do a mix/podcast. I’ll just pick random tracks I really dig at the moment, old or new doesn’t matter, and then i try to let it flow. Of course i always try to include some of my own tracks. They sound a lot better when mixed into another track haha.

What is coming up next for you? You have another alias; Sphaeron.. Have you got much stuff in the pipeline to be released?

I created the Sphaereon moniker to have a home for my deeper tracks. This project isn’t primarily aimed at dancefloors. Also it’s not like “Okay, today I’ll try to do another Sphaereon track”. I’m in a “Sphaereon-state of mind” when I just get lost into sounds and experiments and I’ll see what comes up in the end. With Mono.xID tracks i know exactly where I want to go.

There will be another Sphaereon 3 track EP called “Cronox Abyss” on Audio Borderline soon and my first vinyl as Mono.xID will be released around July/August plus a remix here and there.

Recently I’m involved in a project with artists like Patrick DSP, D.A.V.E The Drummer, Paul Birken, Andrei Morant, Glenn Wilson, Current Value, Machine Code, Rory St. John and more to come. The idea is that every artist will provide a personal sample pack of which all the others make a track from. It’ll be released then on Unknown Forces Records.

But it’s all still in beta mode as it’s not priority to all the other stuff these people (me included) have to do. But the first stones have been set and every artist received the first pack. We will see when the first release will be up.

Interesting.. Verry interesting!!



Music production and history are my biggest passions in life. Though people often say that Techno is faceless and should be about the music blah, blah, blah.. I believe in the need to document the people and stories behind it. Techno is a very small world in reality and I think it needs a proper resource. I hope that everyone who is interested in Techno finds this blog accessible in terms of the way that it is written. I personally prefer to hear the artists voice as loud as the music and never enjoy synopsised and pasteurised versions of old conversation; the sort that's peppered with the occasional quote here and there.

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