Playing tracks by
Hakim Murphy, Planetary, Matthew Dear, Seth Troxler, Darkstar, GummiHz and more.
Describing Dan Curtin’s sound is like attempting to pin down quicksilver — a satisfying definition always escapes just when you think you’ve grasped it. That’s due in part to the almost two decades the Cleveland native has spent making inscrutable techno for such labels as Peacefrog, Strictly Rhythm, Delsin, Tuning Spork, Klang Electronic, and more recently the Mobilee family, as well as his own Metamorphic Recordings imprint. But it’s also ingrained in Curtin’s tireless work ethic that finds him wholly interested in innovating his aesthetic, constantly pushing at the edges of timbre, tone and rhythm patterns to provide dedicated listeners with something new and ‘floor-worthy on each vinyl slab. We grabbed Dan for LWE’s 49th exclusive podcast — an hour of “Dirtysexxxy” house and techno, as he put it.