Electric Indigo began to work with music in 1989 in Vienna and then Berlin in the early 90s, playing regularly at the best original techno parties of the early days like E-Werk, Tresor, Ultraschall and Flex, between Berlin, Germany and Austria as well as working behind the counter at Hard Wax. Electric Indigo is also the founder of female:pressure, the international platform for female, transgender and non-binary DJs, producers and artists involved in electronic music and digital arts since 1998. Her latest album on Editions Mego “Ferrum” contorts typical techno sounds into strange new shapes with jerky anti-rhythms and outer-world textures coming off like a classic Ostgut Ton joint being given a going-over by Rian Treanor. Other tracks etherise, leaving the dancefloor behind for electroacoustic territory. Ferrum is another fascinating and eerie record from Electric Indigo. Here we see her contextualise this dynamic palette stitching together a wide range of techno styles from Houndstooth, Livity Sound, Editions Mego, Them, Nyege Nyege Tapes etc amongst her own unique productions.