ICICLE – Studio Guide

icicle_studio_headerAs a producer, Icicle’s technicality is kind of unparalleled. Poised and measured he’s impeccably frequencially balanced and ever so meticulous. In short, his attention to detail is impressive to say the very least. It’s a style of proficiency that the Dutch producer has demonstrated consistently throughout his discography of critically acclaimed material (which includes two phenomenal artist albums, Under The Ice and Entropy, which were both released on Shogun Audio).

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The latter work has since recently been transformed into a brand new live show, thoughtfully entitled Entropy Live.

Described by the Ice Man himself as his motivation to “bring what I do in the studio to the stage” the live show promises to be an hour long performance of live sequencing and analogue mixing that’s channelled through via his plethora of hardware, controllers all set to stunning visuals that’s hosted by the lyrical talent of Manchester emcee, Skittles. 

On paper, it sounds like it will Icicle at his finest. So to prelude the event, we hot stepped it over to the producer’s south London studio, to discuss the inner workings and his motivated intentions behind the creation of his live set…

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