Welcome

 

Chain D.L.K. celebrates

 

20 YEARS

of existence!!!

Established in 1994, Chain D.L.K. is one of the longest-running and biggest online music communities for electronic, industrial, ambient, dark, experimental and new music. Daily updated news, reviews, interviews and community message boards to stay up to date on what’s going on…


Where did the Community Forum go?
We noticed that the Community Forums were not being used for much more than announcements and some spam. Since we have a NEWS section for announcements and people were unfortunately not engaging in conversations we decided to put the Forums on hold. If you miss the Forums and you would like to see them back please let us know! Thank you!


We are still looking for WRITERS…

Chain D.L.K. is looking for RELIABLE AND ENTHUSIASTIC WRITERS interested in writing reviews and possibly doing interviews.
Chain D.L.K. is a non-for-profit entity so this position is not paid, however you will receive lots of CDs that you can keep or re-sell.
We need people who LOVE MUSIC and are PASSIONATE about music and who enjoy writing about it.
Contact Marc Urselli form the Contact Page if you are interested.
Thank you



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Interviews
Niobe

Niobe

Many releases by German-Venezuelan singer and songwriter Yvonee Cornelius aka Niobe show a very intriguing eclectic pot-pourri with elements from jazz, exotica, ’30es cabaret and electronic music coupled with masterfully processed vocals. The brighter mood she radiates on her new album “Child of Paradise”, which is going to be released by Onglagoo Records on 20th June, is likewise engaging. [...]

Rona Geffen

Rona Geffen

Following the release of  mini-album “The Emancipation of Mitzy” and just before the forthcoming EP “Just Fuck Me” on Meerkat Recordings (with remixes by Gavana, Anna Bolena and Taapet) we had a chat with capricious Berlin-based techno-amazonian Rona Geffen. Just listen to her declension of techno and enjoy her replies!   Chain D.L.K.: Hi Rona. How are [...]

Mako

Mako

All those who follow my d’n’b-related posts should know that one of the producers I like to follow is Bristol-based Stephen “Mako” Redmore, mainly due to his awesome style, which manages to combine atmospheric sonorities and brain-n-body-teasing rolling beats. His very first steps in the d’n’b scene were inspired by a worthy act of charity as he gave [...]

LCC (LasCasiCasiotone)

LCC (LasCasiCasiotone)

“d/evolution” is the first full length album by the brilliant Spanish duo LCC (previously known as LasCasiCasiotone) on Editions Mego (to be released on May 26th). Formed by Ana Quiroga and Uge Paneda, LCC is a sonic reflection about the paradox of evolution and the stridency between technological advancement and the disfiguration of natural environment. In  spite of its topicality, such a theme might sound somewhat hackneyed, [...]

Stephen Mallinder / Wrangler

Stephen Mallinder / Wrangler

Mostly known for being a founding member of the legendary band Cabaret Voltaire, Sheffield-born singer and musician Stephen Mallinder is back with two other big names of contemporary electronics: Phil Winter (Tunng, Lone Taxidermist) and Benge, whose Memetune studios in the heart of London saw the birth of  their collaborative project Wrangler. Their new album “LA Spark” [...]

Black To Comm

Black To Comm

Although he’s very busy with the preparations for the celebration of the first 10 years of his label Dekorder, which will include the simultaneous release of three new records for the highly limited Hybrid-Vinyl series (volume 5 by Pete “Sonic Boom” Kember’s Experimental Audio Research, volume 6 by Excepter and volume 7 by Marc’s solo project Black [...]

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