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Through the early days on Transmat and Metroplex to his first releases on R&S and Planet E, Kirk DeGiorgio’s career has its roots in the golden age of Techno. Before putting out some of the earliest Aphex Twin records and being instrumental in the development of Techno in the UK, Kirk came to synths and sequencers via Soul and Funk and teamed up with revolutionary artists like The Black Dog, Tom Middleton, Carl Craig and Derrick May.
When he found Techno to be losing its musicality he was drawn to Drum ’n’ Bass and, under his well-known As One alias, released a landmark album on James Lavelle’s Mo’Wax imprint. Over the years, his studio has adapted to his varied projects, growing and shrinking from a vintage playhouse to its current stripped-back modern state.
Now, he says Techno’s experiencing a renaissance and that music-making’s newfound accessibility is the reason behind it. We travelled to his studio to see more...