Pushing the envelope with Redhoot Oboemonger

Redhoot Oboemonger has just put out his second release on iTunes and Spotify. Not only that, but he has shared all 7 tracks from the album as Renoise playthroughs on Youtube (awesome!), and is also an accomplished visual artist.


Aria Rostami - Interview & Album Release

Aria Rostami has just released his latest album, Sibbe, through Audiobulb Records. We recently had a lengthy chat with this fascinating character about his background, influences and, of course, how he uses Renoise.


I Am Robot And Proud - Interview & Album Release

Based in Toronto, Canada, I Am Robot And Proud have been creating music since 2001. Their tenth album, "Light and Waves," has just been released. We interviewed the man behind the music, Shaw-Han Liem, to talk about this latest release and gain an insight into the various ways he uses Renoise creatively.


Artist In:Depth - Cristian Vogel

The latest in our series of In:Depth interviewees should need no introduction. Since debuting on Dave Clarke's label with some crunchy, abstract techno offerings in the early 90s, Cristian Vogel's been continously keeping busy exploring everything from sound design to live improvisation to contemporary dance productions to good old wonky techno bangers.

And now he's making a Renoise album. It's called The Inertials and is a collection of "shiny new techno/electro with many layers of rhythm programming, sound design and microdetails to surprise, freak-out and delight" according to Cristian himself.


Artist In:Depth - Datassette

For the next installment in the Renoise artist interview series, we managed to persuade highly productive Renaissance man Datassette to take some time out from his busy schedule to talk about the good old days, creative mod naming, business funk, psy trance, tinned tomatoes, wretched filth and everything in-between. And Renoise self-evidently. Plus some pretty unexpected influences...


Artist In:Depth - Saine! Long Time No See

Long-time Renoise fan Saine has just released his new album Long Time No See on both vinyl and digital formats on Helsinki-based Cymbidium Records. It's a genre-blurring ride through downtempo beats, smooth instrumental excursions and deep late-night house vibes. We quizzed him on his approach to music making in general, with a particular focus on Renoise, naturally.


Artist In:Depth - Hitori Tori Talks Renoise Live Tricks

Hitori Tori, a.k.a. Canadian Renoise veteran Julian La Brooy has been kicking up a stir lately with his impressive videos of innovative Renoise jamming. See Hitori Tori - Renoise Techniques for some examples. We decided to get in touch for a little interview that should hopefully provide some more insight into his working process.


Hunz's new album in Renoise format

Hunz - Thoughts that Move album cover

Hunz's new album "thoughts that move" has just been released. Besides that it's totally awesome, there are some notable facts to be mentioned about it.


Hunz - When Victims Fight

When Victims Fight

Tracking demoscene veteran Hunz returns to his glorious vocal driven pop with a new CD release that's a testament to just how good you can make music using computers (and a bit of Renoise too!). The European release is out on Apegenine, the same label that hosted Kaneel's masterwork I've Sketched It A While Ago, and you can expect the same level of quality here.


Kaneel Sketches It

For some of us here in the Renoise community, Kaneel's debut commercial album has been a long time coming. Released on Apegenine Records, "I've Sketched It A While Ago" hosts a mature collection of songs with intense glitched beatwork married with beautiful child-like pop melody. I recently spoke with Kaneel on the Renoise IRC channel about all this: what you have below is the lightly edited transcript. Thinking Deep.


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