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Let me take you to the 90s dance floor. House shall be played and house shall be shared!
My name is Heidi Mortenson aka Phtalo and I’m gonna delve into the magic of discovering dance music
from back when synths and drum machines became available for the youngies with bedroom studios and
turntables, up till today. We’ll talk about the tracks played, nerd out a little on the music production and
bizarre details. At times I’ll be joined by fellow musicians and audio producers who pick a track that has
influenced them and kindly tell us a personal story about it. Mostly I’ll fill up your haus with house and
hopefully you’ll have a dance in the kitchen, notch up your mood while working or just cool & calm nod
your head to the beat, while on the U-bahn. Welcome to a place for music lovers of all genders & colors,
and listeners alike. Mi casa es tu casa!

EP 04 The Dancefloor Is Made Of Dub

Get your sub ON. We’re about to go wobbly deep. The lowest frequencies, that heavy rolling kick that
makes your hips move. The lower freq spectrum that your body automatically responds to, by moving and
grooving, can’t stand still. A train that keeps going, taking us across the continents to see new horizons.
My first guest is visiting the pod. She has a hefty long DJ career, travellig around the world making the
dancefloors bounce in the dark. She also founded Female:Pressure, an online platform that suddenly
spiked in new members after Björk mentioned it in an interview. I’m obviously talking about the gentle and
generous Electric Indigo, who in the 90s worked at Hardwax, the legendary record store in Berlin. We talk
about her preferred DJ tools and she tucks in an anecdote, before playing her chosen track. Welcome!
-Phtalo
TRACKLIST
Isolee - Bleu
Simian Mobile Disco - Hustler (Shackleton Remix)
Benjamin Damage & Doc Daneeka - Creeper
Bjørn Svin - Bamsen Der Gerne Ville Være Bjørn
Sascha Funke vs Nina Kraviz - Moses
BUTCH - Sweet In The Morning
Kareem Moser - OS2009
Dorisburg - Mima
Chez And Trent - Morning Factory

Logo drawing by Mette Winckelmann