Ebola - 045 - Electronic Explorations
episode 045 - Sat Nov 01, 2008
Ebola started making electronic music in 2000 using a walkman with a pitch control, and some Commodore 64 loading tapes. He moved to Brighton in 2001, formed the Wrong Music crew with DJ Scotch Egg, Roger Species and Shitmat, and began organizing chaotic parties with ridiculous line-ups from around the globe.
After buying a computer, doing a live session for Rob da Bank on Radio 1 in 2006, and getting a slot at the Glade Festival, Ebola began to establish and develop his low-frequency, glitched-out “grime-core” sound.
He has collaborated with Otto von Schirach, Neil Landstrumm and Shitmat, and shared the stage with Clark, Mu-ziq, Wolf Eyes, The Bug, Scorn, Ceephax Acid Crew, Mark One, Duracell, KK Null, to name a few.
These days Ebola’s live sets are aimed at the dancefloor, and take in many “bass-oriented” styles from dubstep to dancehall, breakcore to booty-techno, crunk, grime, Uploaded 1 year ago -
Featuring tracks by . Ed Chamberlain, Starkey, Ital tek, DJ Donna Summer, Neil Landstrumm and more
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