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Lia Mice

Which Memories Will Make It?

Optimo Music, 2018

Multidisciplinary artist and instrument designer Lia Mice has a unique take on techno that appeals to both the electronic music underground and the art world. Her résumé includes such diverse highlights as supporting Objekt live and having her work exhibited at the Tate Modern, Barbican and V&A. We find out how she created the track Which Memories Will Make It? from her conceptual album The Sampler As A Time Machine.

What inspired your album’s time travel concept?

“I bought

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