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  • Preamble – Tenderlonious

    As per CDR session usual, we had a little catch up with Tenderlonious ahead of his session at The Glove That Fits next week:   How has your music production process evolved over time? Were you a musician or producer first? Producer first. I lacked musicianship in the early days so I made a decision

  • My First CDR – Michael Mikkelsen

    When and where did you first attend CDR? It must have been five years ago down Plastic People. After a lengthy break from music, leaving aside a fair bit of clubbing (Friday nights at Plastic People were an obvious choice at the time), attending the odd gig and generally spending too much time waiting for


    Photo Credit Lina Jonsson If you’ve been to any of our sessions in London it’s likely that you would have seen, or perhaps even met  Roshan Chauhan, aka R.O.S.H, as he’s one of the most friendly and talented producers of what we’re calling the class of 2015/16. Hailing from Herftfordshire R.O.S.H’s tracks err on the more

  • CDR x Rising Festival 2014

    We’re proud to be a part of Roundhouse Rising this year. More London runnings! Our participation is a two pronged affair that will inspire music makers and fans alike. Read through the following to see wha’ gwarning!  1) Focus – CDR x Rising Production Lab – 18-20th February Media Lab, 11am – 5pm In the days

  • CDR Preamble: Perera Elsewhere

    As one-third of the group Jahcoozi, (Sasha) Perera Elsewhere first came to our attention with her entrancing spoken-cum-sung vocals. Now treading her own path, her recent album, Everlast, is an inspired 21st century take on folk music. Listen to the longplayer below, and get to know Perera before her CDR Berlin visit this Thursday 5th

  • My First CDR… Eric Lau

    Watching artists mature through their musical careers is a major part of the sentimental side to CDR. It’s been a while since we first crossed paths with Eric Lau and those Freeness days. Definitely, time we caught up with the London-based producer, let’s go!  When and where did you first attend CDR? What do you recall?  Back

  • CDR x Dimensions Festival family: Theo Parrish

    If you attended Theo Parrish’s sermon of sense at State of Independence last Thursday evening, you’ll know Theo’s reach goes beyond dancefloors. Back in 2011, when CDR Berlin was finding its feet, we got to learn audio insights from the free-talking maestro and earlier this year, we again got to collaborate with the Steve Reid fundraiser, Experience of

  • Dimension Sounds preview: Speakman Sound

    Second dose of standout submissions so far from our Dimension Sounds project. This belter’s by London brothers, Speakman Sound. After being impressed by their track, ‘Survive this Dream’, we wanted to know more so asked how it was put together and for them to let us know more about themselves. Press play then see what they

  • Eglo Records Vol.1

    When we think back to Alexander Nut, Sam Floating Points and Queen Fatima first crossing paths at CDR and Plastic People sessions, two thoughts come to mind. One, gees time moves first. And two, gees those three cats have created a wealth of brilliance with their Eglo Records. April 2013 means Eglo will turn four

  • CDR Preamble: Dobie

    A one-off, Dobie has been a friendly face and pioneering individual in the history of British soul, hip-hip and subsequent bass music developments for time. Since his days running with London Posse to his current Ninja Tunes he moves dancefloors, old and new. Prior to this month’s CDR London we shared some Qs and As with Dobie who’ll