JTC (US)

Michigan’s veteran, multimonikered Tadd Mullinix has been soundtracking feverish electronic nights for nearly fifteen years, with the bulk of his recorded output finding a home along the mighty Ghostly International/Spectral Sound axis. Since the late 1990s, Mullinix’s hypnotic bassline business has received high praise from the likes of Laurent Garnier and Theo Parrish, while juggling numerous simultaneous projects: glitch-y IDM under his own name, leftfield hip-hop as Dabrye, jungle as SK-1 and squelchy acid house and new garage as James T. Cotton/JTC. Collaborations have similarly been manifold, including the limited-pressing, analogue synth-abusing TNT (with Todd Osborn) and the psychedelic tech-house canons of 2AMFM (with acidic partner-in-crime D’Marc Cantu). Besides enticing eardrums with JTC’s distinctive, jacking house jelly, Ann Arbor’s mysterious multitasker has also exhibited his painting practice of late at various Detroit galleries. With his own label Bopside, a return to jungle/drum ‘n’ bass and new live sets for JTC and 2AMFM all in the pipeline, Mullinix brings his versatile, genre-busting tricks of the trade to EM15.

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Michigan’s veteran, multimonikered Tadd Mullinix has been soundtracking feverish electronic nights for nearly fifteen years, with the bulk of his recorded output finding a home along the mighty Ghostly International/Spectral Sound axis. Since the late 1990s, Mullinix’s hypnotic bassline business has received high praise from the likes of Laurent Garnier and Theo Parrish, while juggling numerous simultaneous projects: glitch-y IDM under his own name, leftfield hip-hop as Dabrye, jungle as SK-1 and squelchy acid house and new garage as James T. Cotton/JTC. Collaborations have similarly been manifold, including the limited-pressing, analogue synth-abusing TNT (with Todd Osborn) and the psychedelic tech-house canons of 2AMFM (with acidic partner-in-crime D’Marc Cantu). Besides enticing eardrums with JTC’s distinctive, jacking house jelly, Ann Arbor’s mysterious multitasker has also exhibited his painting practice of late at various Detroit galleries. With his own label Bopside, a return to jungle/drum ‘n’ bass and new live sets for JTC and 2AMFM all in the pipeline, Mullinix brings his versatile, genre-busting tricks of the trade to EM15.

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