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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…


WRITERS / CONTRIBUTORS WANTED

Chain D.L.K. is looking for RELIABLE AND ENTHUSIASTIC WRITERS interested in writing CD/vinyl/digital reviews and possibly doing interviews.
Chain D.L.K. is a non-for-profit entity so this position is not paid, however you may keep or re-sell the CDs, vinyl and tapes that we send you for review.
We need people who LOVE MUSIC and are PASSIONATE about music and who enjoy writing about it. We’ve been doing it since 1994 but it’s getting harder and harder to keep up with the volume of releases and we are trying to support everyone in this great scene!
Contact Marc Urselli from the Contact Page if you are interested.
Thank you



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Interviews
Marc Kate

Marc Kate

  Some of the recent releases by Marc Kate (the self-released “Despairer” and the more recent “Deface” – you can check them on Marc’s bandcamp Failing Forms together with other older releases – as well as a forthcoming release on Yann Novak‘s imprint Dragon’s Eye, whimsically titled “As If We Were Never Here”), which landed on my desk, […]

Paul Dolden

Paul Dolden

  We recently had an in-depth conversation with Canadian electro-acoustic composer Paul Dolden, following the review of his recent output “Histoires d’histoire” on empreintes DIGITALes. You’ll understand the reason why his musical production – focusing both on harmonic and tonal research as well as on the superimposition and juxtaposition of different music styles – deserves to […]

Martin Küchen

Martin Küchen

  On September 8th, Sofamusic released Lieber Heiland, Laß uns Sterben, a very interesting output by Swedish jazz and improv saxophonist and composer Martin Küchen. The author wrote some introductory reflections on it: “On Lieber Heiland, Laß uns Sterben historical events intersect right into the contemporary sound making, slit through their titles sharp cuts in […]

Haco

Haco

  What impressed me the most during the listening of her album “Qoosui” (recently out on the Room 40 sub-label Someone Good) is the way in which her voice renders the symbiosis with nature that she translated into sound…something flowing into a range between pure ecstasy and gentle touches! I obviously invite you to check out […]

Herva

Herva

  “My music doesn’t change for better or worse, but it’s made with a different perception of the moment, and it’s always in flux.” This is how the brilliant young Italian music maker Herve Atsè Corti, aka Herva, new hire of the legendary Planet Mu, explained the title of his album “Hyper Flux”, an excellent album that […]

GIW

GIW

  The author of a witty release (“Never is Always”, the  debut release by Pablo Giw, which recently came out on  Ti-Records) cannot give anything but witty answers. Let’s get to know some of the topics surrounding the music made by this young Cologne-based trumpeter and performer better.   Chain D.L.K.: Morning, GIW, how are you? […]

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