Groove Podcast 197: Hodge

“After all these years, the city of Bristol is still brimming with creativity. Collectives like No Corner and the ever-prolific Livity Sound or Batu’s relatively young Timedance imprint all draw on certain traditions of UK bass music, with the results varying stylistically from release to release. Having put out releases, on Bristol institution Punch Drunk Jake Martin became a regular on Livity Sound and its sibling label Dnuos Ytivil with a hard-hitting blend of techno and bass under the Hodge moniker while putting out record after record for Berceuse Heroique. After releasing a record together with Laurel Halo, his latest EP saw him team up with Shanti Celeste for her own Peach Discs. His contribution to our Groove podcast is just as multi-faceted and intoxicating as his impressive back catalogue.”

Stream the podcast and read an accompanying interview on Groove


Peach Discs

Developer notes.

lang: EN