Four people became friends in This Town (most of them had to cross an ocean first) and started a band that made an excellent record iNTERDiSCO is proud to present. Whatsherface? It‘s pop with a capital P – oh those catchy tunes! More
It has been on our minds for a while, and now it’s done: We remixed a complete Interdisco album. Six old and new Interdisco artists went to town on Volta Vital’s Mittelmass EP. More
We’re very excited to introduce you to the Preslav Literary School. Preslav’s ambient drones are an offer of peace and tranquility. Veer is disarmingly heartfelt and has an emotional intensity which leaves you with goose bumps and a deep feeling of sobriety. More
As promised here’s the second part of Christian Walt’s “Did You Ever Try to See” album.
We are proud to introduce the newest addition to Interdisco’s roster of artists, Volta Vital from Basel, Switzerland, whose lyrics and catchy pop songs won us over in an instant.
Christian Walt’s fourth EP on Interdisco has turned out a thoroughly mature piece of work. Walt had locked himself up in the studio for days and nights on end. It was worth it: Everything is in its right place, the beat, the bass, the longing chords, the finely engraved percussion, the interspersed melancholy melodic miniatures.
Enigmatic producer Puzzling Evidence has long abandoned his studio in favor of building digital puzzles for the more open minded among the video game players out there. At last, Interdisco unearthed his “lost tapes”, recorded around the turn of the century.
For nearly 30 years, Swiss artist Christian Pfluger has been using the moniker “Die Welttraumforscher” – a German play on words that means both “the world dream researchers” and “the space explorers”.
Ho-Ho-Ho! Interdisco-Santa places a very special present under your digital christmas-tree: the “Winterdisco 2” compilation. Compiled with love from us for you. From cosy christmas feelings to new years eve euphoria, not without the abysm in between or after. More
While the last EP by And Me was “seductively silly and uplifting” (De:Bug), his third release on Interdisco is more of a melancholic journey in autumn. And it’s true, there’s always time for autumn. More
“Steter Tropfen” (constant dripping) is the name of a track on the first Julius Lagerferld EP for Interdisco. And indeed, his music is wearing away the stone by a constant dripping forward, making you fidget. More
Trondheim’s second ep on interdisco (after his 2005 release “Der erste Widersacher und sein Untergang”) again features lots of distinctive piano sounds and a gently tentative melancholy enveloped in plunky sounds and theatrical strings. More
Three tracks of dusty, deep techno from Rob Warren (Vancouver, Canada). Slow building rhythms influenced by the sounds of Detroit, Chicago and Vancouver. Suitable for rainy day bike rides and all-night dance parties. More
For many years now, multiinstrumentalist Papiro has been creating music that is withdrawing itself from common genres. “The Ghost Album” is affected by a rich and dense sound world of high suggestivity. “like often in music, it’s all about death. and yearning, too” is how Papiro describes it himself. More
Christian Walt doesn’t neglect his trademark pop elements on his third ep for Interdisco, but it definitely comes with added in your face properties! Four dance floor burners for upstanding folk. More
As a Christmas present, Interdisco gives you music which could be seen as a perfect soundtrack for sitting in front of a cosy chimney watching the crackling fire, take a walk through lonely snowy landscapes or just watching the deserted streets through the window. Not without the presentiment of a clubnight which might be up to come. More
With his latest EP on Interdisco Hachi delivers three dance music blasts of the first order. He choreographs mood in an elegantly multi-layered fashion while achieving a sense of ease despite/through rigorous arrangements. These tracks never sacrifice the straightforward pull for and onto the dancefloor. Fully realized techno d’auteur. More
And Me is back with a bag of plinkerpop. Four tumbling tracks full of melodies, beats, blips and plonks. More
On this ep by d’incise from Geneva (Switzerland) you will find beautiful sound design arranged with great attention to detail. More
Interdisco is officially supporting spring with bringing you its new release of four to the floor lovesongs. It’s getting bright when Christian Walt grabs the microphone: This is huge pop, and these are huge emotions, four tracks aiming right at the heart while filling the dancefloor. This release will make you happy. Promise! More
Four tracks of sublime beauty, like memories of melodies underlined with uptempo yet subtle minimal techno. More
Christian Walt is sitting by the river and dreaming of the sea. On interdisco he already appeared as “gelb” and one half of “Bob”. With “Beach” he delivers epic-melancholic summertechno. More
This ep by Granny’Ark from Toronto (Canada) is a little collection of stories from special encounters with special people and places: Wind sounds from a flying beer can inspired by François Laporte. A musical portrait of a portrait photographer. More
Puzzling Evidence already appeared on Interdisco as one half of Bob (ID02). “Misadventures” is his first solo-release; dark, melodious, four to the floor and – of course – puzzling. More
Interdisco has a Christmas present for you. Nine fresh tracks and songs from Basel, Berlin, Marburg, Vancouver and Zurich. Dream of distant suns, enjoy polar coolness, make love at the fireplace, dance in the sauna or sweat in the snow flurry? More
On this EP, Hachi delivers Techno between Minimal and approx. 1989. More
Electronic popsongs. Melodies, beats, some noise, heart. More
Bob are dark as hell and they will kick your ass! More
Interdisco introduces itself. Click and listen! More