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Matthew Herbert

Matthew Herbert

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Matthew Herbert

Interview by David Hemingway, unpublished, 2002

House producer Matthew Herbert has made music from underwear, rodents and lazer eye surgery, remixed artists as disparate as Serge Gainsbourg and Moloko and is ...

Music From Unlikely Places: Nymphomatriarch, Matmos, Matthew Herbert, Ultra Red, Matt Wand

Review by David Hemingway, The Guardian, April 2002

NOEL GALLAGHER may attribute Oasis's success to having simply written unpretentious, uncomplicated songs on his guitar, but not everyone shares this fascination with six strings. ...

Matthew Herbert: The Body Politician

Interview by Rob Young, The Wire, May 2003

If electronica constructed entirely from sampled body parts, stacked recordings of falling telephone directories or the noise of domestic appliances hasn't already established that utopian ...

Matthew Herbert: Fuelled By Outrage

Interview by David Stubbs, The Guardian, 27 May 2006

"CHECK THESE OUT," says Matthew Herbert aka Dr Rockit, Radio Boy, modern-day big-band leader, seductive deep-house purveyor, moments after answering the door to his studio-cum-pad ...


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