Egyptrixx

6.30.17

Seven Artists Tell Us Why Canadian Electronic Music Rules

Sled Island 2017 acts including Actress, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, and DIANA share their past and present favourites.

4.14.17

Keep Calm and Listen to ANAMAI’s Tranquil New Song, “Crossing”

It’s off the duo’s forthcoming album, ‘What Mountain,’ due out April 28 on Halocline Trance.

2.10.17

Denis Sulta, Elysia Crampton and the Seven Best Things We Heard This Week

Also featuring some Sherwood & Pinch and Disco Halal treats.

10.6.16

Egyptrixx Announces New Album, ‘Pure, Beyond Reproach’

The Toronto producer describes it as “Jeep music for a Saturn moon.”

6.15.16

THUMP Mix: LIMIT, AKA L-Vis 1990 & Egyptrixx

L-Vis 1990 and Egyptrixx’s collaborative mix demonstrates the wonderfully fractured nature of their new record on Halocline Trance.

4.18.16

Egyptrixx and L-Vis 1990 Join Forces to Make Industrial Techno as Limit

Night Slugs artists release aggressive seven-track collaborative EP via Halocline Trance.

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3.3.16

Egyptrixx Explores Glacial Soundscapes on Debut Ceramic TL Album

How adopting a new moniker inspired the Canadian producer's 'Sign of the Cross Every Mile to the Border.'

1.7.16

Egyptrixx Adopts Ceramic TL Moniker for New Album 'Sign of the Cross Every Mile to the Border'

The Canadian producer born David Psutka launches a new project and shares a fragile single

2.4.15

Egyptrixx's Experimental Sound Finds Its Home on Halocline Trance

The beloved Night Slugs signee is making it on his own.

1.2.15

Techno Punks and Chelsea Boys: Inside Shade's New Year's Eve Blowout

Combine Enter the Void's neon-soaked technophilia with Blade Runner's industrial grit, throw in lots of buff, shirtless Chelsea boys in leather, and voila—you've got Shade.

12.4.13

Embrace The Metallic Apocalypse In Egyptrixx's Multimedia Piece "A/B Til Infinity"

The Night Slugs-signed producer released a video with Andreas Nicolas Fischer that's filled with tasteful doom

10.30.13

Video: Real Talk With Over 20 of Toronto's Dance Music Gurus

Thre3style judge Jubilee visits Zeds Dead, Grandtheft, Gingy, and many more of the capital's top producers at home and in the studio. See you in Toronto!

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