What’s more timeless? Jimi Hendrix or a Moog DFAM? Why choose when you can have both? Black Cadmium shows us their studio.

Joginda Macnack and Mike Jermaine Richards, aka Black Cadmium, are two Dutch DJ’s / producers / and radio hosts of Surinamese descent.

Their focus is on a wide variety of electronic music that was heavily influenced by the London – Detroit connection. From hi-tek soul to grimy UK sounds, Black Cadmium have it all.

Their latest release, Dream Computer is the first release on their own imprint. We asked them to show us where and with what it was made with.

Dream Computer is the first release on our own imprint, GLXY Recs.

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