Richard Marshall
Jul 2014 24

Picture yourself sitting back watching an African sunset, best cocktail in hand, and a soundtrack to match all the beauty around you, ending with an inevitable urge to get up and shake at least one part of your body. Enter Richard Marshall. The journey he takes us on in this weeks podcast is ripe with electronic gems.

As the interview unfolds and the stories behind the man are told, a true reflection of a well rounded artist and music connoisseur.

Thank you to Rich for the enjoyable time in studio.

We will see you again soon.

Claudia Lovisa
Jul 2014 24

Hard to believe that since Claudia Lovisa has been back in South Africa this was her first visit to Johannesburg, and we at Sound Sensible Radio couldn’t resist to get her into studio.

She glides through her mix with pure elegance, a solid house mix with licks of an African feel and a female touch that is undeniable.

Chatting to her she explains her moves all over the world and the success that came with it and reason for heading back home.

Thank you to Claudia for taking the time out to visit us in studio. Let’s hope we see you back in Jozi soon.

Black Book
Jul 2014 17

Black Book, the Cape Town duo of Matt Blitz and Dan C, racking up gigs and making waves where ever they step foot. We caught up with them in the Sound Sensible studio’s ahead of their mini tour of Johannesburg and Durban.

The mix they presented to us and our listeners was nothing but a journey. From deep and melodic to the rolling sounds of driving techno.

The energetic and entertaining interview that followed expresses why these two are on the up.

Thanks to Matt and Dan for joining us, we expect to see you back soon.

Nick Grater
Jul 2014 03

Teknotribe, one of South Africa’s longest running techno parties turned 11 this month. We got Nick Grater into the Sound Sensible studio’s to here all about it and the brand he has created.

In true Nick Grater style, the mix roars with up tempo techno goodness, smooth and powerful yet not over powering to send you running for the hills, it will get you up your feet.

The interesting interview that follows, Nick reminisces about the influence of squat parties, the road teknotribe and himself have taken over the years, and the purest approach he has chosen to stick with.

Much respect to Nick for what he has done for techno in this country and he’s not slowing down any time soon.

Jun 2014 19

With the exciting news of Clinton Dodgen being up in Johannesburg, we couldn’t resist getting him back in the Sound Sensible Radio studio’s, this time as his solo act dodge.

In the interview he explains the new direction he’s taking, and the exciting news of possible up coming releases.

The quirky, intricate twists and turns the mix takes, backs up his explanation from the interview perfectly and shows exactly why we love having this quality artist in studio with us.

Respect to dodge for the love and passion he has for what he does. You are welcome back any time.

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