session #082 – Rivet
In the light of the God Goes Deep event, techno maestro Rivet comes up with a special set that ventures beyond his conventional on an evocative 90 min ambient set, for our anniversary podcast, recorded in the mighty acoustics of the Cathedral of Copenhagen.
Releasing his first productions in 2001, under monikers such as techno-throbbing Grovskopa, industrial Kovsh and several others until using the current Rivet name. Mika Hallbäck’s efforts range from running labels to own productions found on various labels such as Surface, Warp Records, Emergence and more.
Deeper into Rivet’s contribution to a particularly sonic universe and culture, he launched the proto techno/post-punk label Kess Kill with recent releases from Grand Mal X and the hypnotic analog-driven Geneviéve Pasquier, with an upcoming dose of punk with good measures of electronics from Vitor Hublot.
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