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Bass Agenda Interview With The Ghost That Walks

Bass Agenda Interview with The Ghost That Walks

– Friday March 14th 8pm till 10pm GMT

– Saturday March 15th 6pm CET Paris

– Sunday March 16th 8pm EST Deetroit!

and Bass Agenda archives

The Evil one gets to shoot his mouth off in a very rare outing.
Why oh why do I let him out in public…

We get to go back to the beginning, how it all started, what inspired The Ghost, what it was like in Detroit, what it was like to struggle, fail and keep going to the point where a film featuring The Ghost That Walks dark electro will eventually and finally see the light ( or dark of day).

Get to hear what inspired me and him, from John Barry to John Carpenter, unreleased tracks and personal favourites from Zyntax Motor City and Satamile.

A very cool interview and thanks to Andy from Bass Agenda for his time and effort.
Tune in at various times and days from Friday 14th March onwards.

The Ghost That Walks - Bass Agenda Flyer
The Ghost That Walks – Bass Agenda Flyer

Submerge Interview: Ron Murphy Master Record Cutter

Ron Murphy (NSC) is an integral part of the Detroit Electronic sound.

He invented the backwards groove, locked groove, run out etching and gave it to the Detroit Electronic legends. The list of people he has mastered for is awesome: Derrick May, Juan Atkins, Carl Craig, Kevin Saunderson, Jeff Mills, Underground Resistance,to name but a few. A lot of the records you will hear at DEMF will have been cut by him.


This interview comes from the Submerge podcast, please visit www.submerge.com

Visit Ron’s site here…

I was lucky enough to master some of my own stuff with Ron, and his advice was invaluable. Something I never got from Europe despite releasing on 3 different labels. I hope to get the chance to come back to Detroit to master some music with him again , and I just hope he has changed his mind about CDs.

My own 12" She’s Electric was pressed at Archers and mastered by Ron, people still like the way it sounds to this day.
Despite him telling me it "sounded like shit" when he first heard it, but his advice was better than anyone I’ve encountered so far. If I get the chance again, and I hope I do, I’d like him to cut every record.

Hope you like the interview , please go and support Submerge and your local artists supported by them,

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Paul Bishop
The Ghost That Walks