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After performing 109.47 degrees at London's Iklectik, Electric Indigo was interviewed by The Wire's Deputy Editor Emily Bick and took questions from the floor

Viennese DJ, composer and producer Susanne Kirchmayr has been performing and releasing records under the name Electric Indigo since the early 1990s. She has worked with techno labels such as DJ Hell's Gigolo Tapes and Disko B, and regularly played slots at clubs like Tresor, Flex and E-Werk. She has also released a series of 12"s on her own label indigo:inc

On 18 May 2017 Electric Indigo performed one of her long listening pieces, 109.47 degrees, at Iklectik in Waterloo, London. The performance was followed by an interview conducted by Emily Bick. Kirchmayr spoke about female:pressure, which she founded as an international network of female, transgender and non-binary artists in electronic music and digital arts. She also talked about hardware, her new album and 109.47 degrees itself.

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