Happy New Year familia. We have invited young gun Melbourne duo, The Regulators to craft the 25th Arteq podcast, and wowee, just as we expected, a gorgeous blend of deep, melodic, and driving electronic music.
With an array of impressive mixes released through their channels, we had to reach out, and we felt incredibly honoured that they were happy to join the Arteq community for a special mix.
So without further fluff, please, enjoy this mix, from The Regulators. Volume up!
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What direction did you two take on the podcast?
We wanted to start things off a bit funky, head towards the tougher sounds that we like most, and then see where we end up.
Why did you decide to go this way?
We always like to go on a bit of a rollercoaster through our favourite styles when we are playing.
What did you use to record this mix?
Pioneer DDJ 1000.
Describe The Regulators in 5 words.
We usually wouldn't describe ourselves, but we guess you could say:
Always glued to the decks.
What’s in the pipeline with your production?
We're both just starting to dip our toes into producing music, but we'll no doubt be releasing regular recordings when we catch up for a mix and actually remember to push record.
Why do you create through sound?
We tried our hand at painting, but that didn't work out.
There’s 10 minutes left before the world self destructs, what song do you put on?
We would probably spend that whole 10 minutes looking through our music libraries arguing about which song to pick.
What are you most looking forward to in 2021?
It's got to be the return of the music industry and the festival scene the way we all love it (fingers crossed). As The Sound Project - our club night Under The Lamp should be returning soon and we absolutely can't wait for that!
Is there anything on your mind that you would like to say?
Just want to say a big thank you to the Arteq crew for having us onboard! Big ups to you guys and the cool stuff you do, it was a heap of fun putting this mix together for you.
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