Tape-Echo publication - Issue one After a long time in the making the first issue of the Tape-Echo publication is here: a 32 page, full colour, quarter fold newspaper filled with interviews and features on the most relevant happenings in underground electronic music. The whole Tape-Echo project was based on a love of underground music, DIY culture and fanzines, this publication is the physical manifestation of our online work. The slower pace of the print world gives us the time to compile well researched, informative and interesting features with bespoke photography and artwork. Everything in the publication has been commissioned especially for the issue, from the words to the photographs to the design and packaging. Issue one contains interviews and features with - Dubloaded - One of the most influential nights in Bristol has decided to call it a day after 3 years in its current guise. Tape-Echo talks to Pinch & Peverelist to find out their reasons for stopping the night, get their take on the current state of 'Dubstep', and finally, what the two of them have planned next. Supported by photographs taken by Alex Digard over a 3 year period, documenting the night through the years. Stardelta - Admit it, you've always wanted to start your own record label. Tape-Echo meets Lewis Hopkin, a veteran of the House music scene who now owns and runs the Stardelta mastering house. With over 20 years behind the boards, he gives you an insight into just how easy and financially realistic pressing a short run of white labels can be. Ekoplekz - Sammy Maine catches up with the man behind such captivating yet intimidating albums as 'Intrusive Incidentals Vol.1 and his collaborative work with Bass Clef under the Ekoclef moniker, going into detail about his unique set up and working method. Darkestral - A label that avoids any media attention at all costs, having just released the incredible 'Last Train to Lexington' 12, a piece of sound design based on DRKSRs short film scripts and given to collaborative partner 'Transportation AAD' (Boddika) for sonic interpretation. We are very pleased to present the original scripts that the tracks were based on, a transmission straight from the Darkestral fax machine. Outboxx - Alex Digard sits in on a studio session with the brightest lights on the emerging Bristol House music scene. A unique insight into their working methods and influences. BRSTL Morgan Garvey Talks to Chris Farell at his Idle Hands shop in Bristol to get the lowdown on his new label, run in partnership with Adam Kidkut. A vinyl- only label that while only one release deep, has turned all the right heads. Find out about their reasons for releasing only records and their thoughts on the current state of the Bristol House scene. Peng Sound - Joe Cowton talks to Dan Davies about his Peng Sound dance, why Dub music and soundsystem culture is popular among a younger generation and what makes it so very relevant today. And more... View a short video about the first issue here - For more info please contact - Our online home - or to buy -