Interviews

Radiq on EDM, Film Scores, and His Miami Debut at Foreign Exchange WMC 2013

As the name suggests, it's quite a melting pot of international artists at the Foreign Exchange party. Among other countries, there's Mexico, represented by Balcazar & Sordo, Venezuela by Fur Coat, Spain by El_Txef_A, and Italy by Lula Circus.



But the artist who's scoring the most frequent-flier miles on his way to this party is definitely Radiq (AKA Yoshihiro Hanno), who hails from Tokyo, Japan. And while he might be one of the least hyped names on this lineup, he is decidedly the mad genius of the lot, boasting a uniquely experimental, off-kilter production sound that blends jazz and avant-garde influences with dub techno.



See also:

-Maceo Plex on Ultra Music Festival Debut: "I'm Going to Bring Everything I've Got"

-George FitzGerald Talks Ultra Debut: "The Lineup Is Insane, It's Humbling"

-Eric Prydz Talks Ultra 2013, WMC 2013, Cirez D: "I Will Bring Tons of New Music to Miami"

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