Manage episode 297997337 series 2682630
00:34 - Introduction
01:44 - The Early Years
06:15 - Rock Music Influence
09:25 - Ron Hardy, Trax Records & DJ Pierre
11:02 - Replacing Stolen Equipment
12:17 - Logic and Roland Cloud
13:53 - The Ten City Album
14:20 - Incorporating Binaural
16:10 - Composing Alone
18:37 - Working On Headphones
23:21 - Sonic Improvements
25:13 - Market Saturation
27:43 - Females In Electronic Music
29:59 - Future Projects
Marshall Jefferson Biog
Marshall Jefferson has been a key player in the house music genre. Starting out in the Chicago house scene, his early tracks like ‘Open Our Eyes’ and ‘7 Ways to Jack’ were put out on the TRAX Records label and made an impact on the scene, but it was his use of piano in ‘Move Your Body’ that bought wider attention to his work.
Since those early years, Marshall has helped to develop the acid house movement with his work on ‘Acid Trax’ with DJ Pierre in 1987. He also turned his hand to deep house, most notably on ‘Open Our Eyes’, released in 1988 on Big Beat. He headlined the first House Music Tour of Europe in 1987 and in the 90s did a five-year residency with the Tribal Gathering and Big Love Events in London, during which time he released his 1997 studio album Day Of The Onion.
In 2021, Marshall teamed up with Byron Stingily to release a new album 'Judgement' under the Ten City band name, their first collaboration in 25 years.
Caro C Biog
Caro C is an artist, engineer and teacher specialising in electronic music. Her self-produced fourth album "Electric Mountain" is out now. Described as a "one-woman electronic avalanche" (BBC), Caro started making music thanks to being laid up whilst living in a double decker bus and listening to the likes of Warp Records in the late 1990's. This "sonic enchantress" (BBC Radio 3) has now played in most of the cultural hotspots of her current hometown of Manchester, UK. Caro is also the instigator and project manager of electronic music charity Delia Derbyshire Day.