Interview: James Holden

October 16, 2010 § Leave a comment

Intriguingly coiffured techno boffin James Holden has paved a relentlessly singular path in electronic music, from his early – and still revered – trance singles, to his work as founder and chief of the Border Community imprint and remixes for everyone from Madonna to Kieran Hebden. Despite a relative paucity of original material in recent years, he now stands as one of the most respected figures in British electronic music. With a suitably eclectic looking DJ Kicks mix on the way, Juno Plus caught up with Holden to discuss techno depression, his changing sound and why the UK scene is thriving.

[Full interview at Juno Plus]

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