In this episode of the Bassfug podcast I’m delighted to be interviewing Benn Jordan. You may have heard of him as IDM superstar The Flashbulb or YouTuber Benn and Gear. We talked about a lot of deep things like Simulation Theory, Deep learning, Rare Earth, and Animal Crossing.

This is a great episode that you definitely don’t want to miss!




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In todays episode we visit Sławek Kliber in studio (also known as Laf-o). Laf-o is a Hardcore/Breakcore producer who also is a promoter. We talk about growing up in Poland, the Toronto Rave scene in the late 90’s early 00’s, FL Studio, Amiga, Fast Tracker 2, and I learn about Jean-Michel Jarre. We also get an exclusive look at a new unreleased Laf-o track.

It’s another “I’ve never heard of that VST” episode that you don’t wanna miss!

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In this episode we talk to CAPITOL K!
Capitol K has released seven albums with a legacy of influential releases on early 2000s electronica labels including Planet Mu and XL.
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Kristian Craig Robinson, aka Capitol K, is a multi-instrumentalist and record producer with a long history in London’s most interesting under-the-radar music places and spaces. 

For the last seven years K has been behind the consoles at the heavily influential Total Refreshment Centre, recording and mixing records with the likes of Trash Kit, The Comet Is Coming, Rozi Plain, Alabaster DePlume, Dry Cleaning, Flamingods, Cykada, Ibibio Sound Machine, BAS JAN and John Johanna. It’s not just recording. He’s also become an influential if understated mentor to a new wave of producers and bands. His experience in studio environments is long and storied, including stints at Studio Plateaux on an island in the middle of the Thames and in the Royal Symphonia’s squatted rehearsal rooms. 

Aside this he also runs the record label Faith & Industry. It’s a friends and family, love not money affair and he has released music by Champagne Dub, John Johanna, Super Best Friends Club, Blue House & Clémentine March.

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Duran Duran Duran joins us for this episode of the Bassfug podcast. We talk about his albums, using math for SoundEdit, Moving to Berlin, Facebook, throwing parties in Philadelphia, and of course BREAKCORE.

Duran Duran Duran has released his music on Cock Rock Disco, Planet Mu, and Tigerbeat6

It’s another “the audio quality gets way better towards the end of the interview” episode that you don’t want to miss!

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25 EPISODES !!!!

I went on a bit of a tangent.I explain the history of the Bassfug podcast and talk about some behind the scenes stuff.

Thank you for all the people who have supported the show so far and a big thinks to all the guests who have come on to share their experience. We’ll be back to the regular format next episode!

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Producer Snafu

This episode we interview electronic music producer and soulseek legend Producer Snafu. We talk about a lot of stuff. Kroq, California Raves, Dave Mustaine’s Cousin, Making music on a computer, Speedcore, Soulseek, Korn, Much Music, Kennedy, MTV, Myspace, Net Labels, FlStudio, Making Tutorial Videos, Typing out beats, chiptune, mental health issues, djing, name dropping producers, drum and bass, Envy, Ego, Therapy and spreading love


It’s another “the podcast host says ‘yeah man’ 40 times” episode you don’t want to miss!

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In today’s episode we talk to Carl Peczynski. Carl is a very prolific electronic musician who has several different projects revolving around 80’s and 90’s nostalgia.

We talk about the Juno 106, Impulse Tracker, vintage computers, playing live with lots of gear, the Elektron Digitone, and Space Jam.

You can find more info about Carl and his many projects at

It is another “Synth Nerd” episode that you don’t want to miss!

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In today’s episode we talk to Peter, the owner of SYNTH PALACE, a studio that has an out of this world selection of vintage synths.

We talk about Vintage synths, Kensington market, starting your own synth arcade, Much Music and the Wedge, Brave New Waves, and 4th dimension music dreams.

You can find more info about Peter at

It is another “not to get all Joe Rogan in this podcast” episode that you don’t want to miss!

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In todays episode we talk to Kurt Gluck. Kurt performs as Submerged and runs the record label Ohm Resistance.

We talk about the Berlin music scene, Stone Instruments, Getting Organized, The Yamaha DX 27, and Broken Glass Wrestling.

It is another “make the guest stay up late because we are in different timezones” episode that you don’t want to miss!

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