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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…


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
Pierce Warnecke

Pierce Warnecke

“Reality is precise; memory isn’t.” Pierce Warnecke used these words from Borges’ “In Praise of Darkness” to introduce his recent release, “Memory Fragments” (Room40). Let’s see why and get to know this interesting sound artist better.   Chain D.L.K.: Hi, Pierce! How are you? Pierce Warnecke: I am good. I am tired. I am excited! I am busy…   Chain D.L.K.: Compliments on your […]

Rhys Chatham

Rhys Chatham

  We had a long conversation with Rhys Chatham, just after the announcement of the release of his last workout, titled “A Pythagorean Dream” (out on June 3rd by Foom). An excursus of Rhys’ past, present, and future that we advise you to observe, below you’ll find the links to stream and purchase the album. […]

Yui Onodera

Yui Onodera

  Soon after the pleasant review of two recent solo albums, “Sinkai” released by Arctic Tone and “Semi-Lattice” on Baskaru, we had a chat with Critical Path founder Yui Onodera. If you are a lover of experimental and minimalist ambient/drone sonorities, I strongly recommend listening to the above-mentioned releases, as well as some of Yui’s past output.   […]

Co La

Co La

Soon after the release of “No No” for 1080p, which launched the tape version, and Software Recordings (vinyl and digital versions), we had the chance to get to know Baltimore-based Matt Papich, the brain behind the curtains of Co La. His funny, oblique sonorities and stylistic mimicry could be thought of like the jerky movements of an actor who […]

Spaceheads

Spaceheads

  Here is an interesting chat with trumpet-player Andy Diagram, one of the two Spaceheads together with drummer and percussionist Richard Harrison while listening to their recent release, the vibrant, peaceful and highly uplifting “A Short Ride on the Arrow of Time” they made for their own label, Electric Brass Records. I highly recommend listening to […]

Hans Tammen

Hans Tammen

“Imagine the Disklavier in the center of the stage, the composer/performer somewhat distant to the side. Several microphones are put into position not over the strings, but at the hammers and keys. Remotely controlled by the composer/performer, the piano produces constantly rumbled and crackled noises, often rhythmically, occasionally ringing strings are added on top, or […]

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