Stephen Mallinder, one half of pioneering group Cabaret Voltaire, explained how he went from Sheffield post-punk to cruising around Chicago in a stretch limo, all the while producing some of the most uncompromising art dance music the world has ever heard in his lecture at RBMA Melbourne 2006.
14:22 - First releases
22:30 - Factory Records
29:36 - The electro years
40:53 - Adrian Sherwood
47:05 - Todd Terry and Marshall Jefferson
18:29 - Cabaret Voltaire – “Nag Nag Nag” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FsLJUD8_MVA
35:19 - Cabaret Voltaire – “Yashar” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1xz1ivFz90
44:05 - Cabaret Voltaire – “Sex, Money, Freaks” (Kevorkian 12” Remix) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fbdJNr9CmrQ
51:54 - Cabaret Voltaire – “Hypnotized” (Gerald’s Vocal Mix) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tw6MmJbHDyA
58:52 - Sassi & Loco – “Shatter”
Since the early 1970s, when he began to make music with his childhood friend and Cabaret Voltaire partner Richard H Kirk, Stephen Mallinder has followed a uniquely crooked path. This route has taken him from tape loops and smashing up pianos to working with New York club luminaries and Chicago house pioneers such as Arthur Baker and Marshall Jefferson in the 1980s – and even gaining a PhD while living in Perth, Western Australia.
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