An hour long progressive DJ mix with a focus on storytelling, Wonder airs quarterly on the 2nd Monday of the month at 6 PM EST, only on the Home of Underground Electronic Music: FRISKY. It can also be listened to on-demand for those with a FRISKY Premium account.
I am so grateful for this music, and for all those whose paths I’ve crossed because of it. To connect with others through FRISKY who share the same passion and love has been such an amazing experience, and I couldn’t be more excited to have the opportunity to be able to share my own personal perspective through Wonder.
Matt Masters: neverendingnights
Freerange’s Matt Masters is stepping out from behind the scenes of the deep house label with a new LP of his own. Lauren Krieger talks to Matt about Never Ending Nights.
Oliver Lieb on Making Music Come to Life
There are a handful of names whose music directly influenced the direction of electronic music, whose sound became definitive of an underground movement as it was starting to find its audience around the world. Oliver Lieb is one of those names.
Back To Life: Phenomenal Handclap Band
Daniel Collás returned to his home-base to start something new. Instead he found the re-animating spark that brought Phenomenal Handclap Band back to life…
A Decade of Suara: Coyu on Success, Balance, Tech House, and Cats
Building from one person to 20 employees who manage a label, fashion line, events, cat rescue and more, Suara has grown beyond all of Coyu’s expectations. What began on the side of his first label Atypical Farm, Suara soon overtook its predecessor and required the full effort of Coyu and an ever-growing team.
The Trials and Tribulations of Lonely C
His touch is on every aspect of the album: as a vocalist, programmer, arranger and instrumentalist. Lauren Krieger talks to Lonely C (aka Charlie from Soul Clap) on the recording of his debut solo album, Charles and Tribulations.
John Digweed: “The shared passion for the music never dies”
More than 9 months in the making, a 4xCD project called QUATTRO opens a new decade for John Digweed…