Techno can be many things, depending on how you approach. For Jamaica Suk, techno seems to be all the things. The Gradient founder has quickly made a name for herself with a sound that draws on lush dub textures and abrasive futurism alike and which might work just as well in a white cube as on the big room floor of a former power plant. As a DJ, Suk aims for a way of storytelling she calls „postmodern“. In her contribution to the Groove podcast, this results in a unique blend of post-rock ambient like Australia’s The Necks meeting Levon Vincent or JK Flesh and some of her own, previously unreleased material.
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