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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
Resina

Resina

  Following listening to her fully enjoyed and deeply immersive self-titled album on 130701, the Brighton-based sub-label of Fat Cat, we had an interesting chat with Karolina Rec, debuting as Resina. “Resina” – the album by this brilliant Polish cellist and composer – which has been aptly described as “an immersive and deeply enchanting album, which […]

Sam Rosenthal - Black Tape For A Blue Girl / Projekt

Sam Rosenthal – Black Tape For A Blue Girl / Projekt

  Following his return as Black Tape for a Blue Girl with a brand new and highly mature album “These Fleeting Moments” (coming out on Metropolis Records), that many lovers of the sonorities he spread through his label Projekt over many years of activity will appreciate as well, we had a very in-depth chat with Sam Rosenthal.   […]

James Batty

James Batty

  Coming out on Washington-based web label zeromoon and Moscow-based label Frozen Light, which released a strictly limited edition of 300 copies, “Sanctuary (Overtones and Deviations)” is the debut album of London-based pianist James Batty. Grouping a really heterogeneous and very interesting interbreeding of overtones (natural harmonic sound) and deviations (as a result of the “hacking” […]

By The Waterhole

By The Waterhole

  After we were charmed and almost hypnotized by the beauty of her amazing second album, simply titled ‘two’ (coming out of the Bergen-based label Playdate), we had a chat with Eva Pfitzenmeier, better known as By The Waterhole, her solo-project with which she wisely intertwines jazzpop and bluesy nuances, association-filled poetry, blossoming melodies and her evocative voice within a personal […]

Wrangler

Wrangler

  Following the release of “White Glue” (coming out under MemeTune imprint), the second album by Wrangler, the collaborative project by Stephen Mallinder (formerly Cabaret Voltaire), Phil Winter (Tunng) and Benge (John Foxx & The Maths), we had a second chat with Stephen. Let’s get deeper into it.   Chain D.L.K.: Howdy, Stephen! If you remember, […]

Francisco Meirino

Francisco Meirino

  The new album by Swiss producer Francisco Meirino, titled “Surrender, Render, End” (released on 24th June by The Helen Scarsdale Agency), has been described as “an electro-acoustic dialectic, unremittingly engaged in a pugilist conflict between art and accident”, whose numerous, fleetingly abstract allusions are matched to “fragments of a nightmare that linger days after”. Let’s […]

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