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Dublock is the nom de plume of Gordon Chapman-Fox. Gordon is old enough to have been born into a world of space-age euphoria: Star Wars, Tom Baker as Doctor Who and the emerging electronic soundscapes of Kraftwerk, Jean Michel Jarre, Wendy Carlos and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop.

Gordon has been playing and composing music for over 20 years. 10 years spent in Mechagodzilla, playing “jazz-grindcore” involved a wide range of playing styles and genres. The last recording made with Mechagodzilla included a far more hands-on approach to the recording, mixing and producing of the demo.

Gordon has been making music on computer-based systems since 2003, under the name Heskin Radiophonic, and is fluent in Ableton Live and Logic Pro X.

In 2014 Gordon started working on new material for promotional films for Hopeful & Glorious, an arts and crafts event management company co-run by Gordon and his wife.

In 2017 Gordon ditched the Heskin Radiophonic name to become Dublock. This coincided with an upswing in productivity and one LP and two EPs have since been released on Romeda Records. More are in the pipeline. More remix and video work have followed.

equipment
  • Logic Pro X
  • Ableton Live
  • Presonus Audiobox iTwo
  • Native Instruments Maschine
  • Electric, acoustic and bass guitars
software
  • Native Instruments
  • Slate Digital
  • Waves
  • Soundtoys
  • D16
  • Fabfilter
  • Klanghelm
  • Valhalla DSP

blog

Releases Roundup

There has been a flurry of Dublock related releases lately, including collaborations, remixes and a quickie solo EP. Third Witness – Illequal  Third Witness – another nom de plume of Tr…

10 August 2018

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Live at Emotion Wave – this Saturday

This Saturday 28th July marks my solo live debut. I’ll be performing a 30 minute set of minimal ambient and tribal techno at 81 Renshaw Street, Liverpool. Doors open at 8pm, and I’ll be on…

23 July 2018

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Gigs, Music and Merch

Gig On the 28th July I’ll be performing my first solo, electronica gig at 81 Renshaw Street, Liverpool. Also appearing are White Mask and Baron Farg, with DJ sets from Oscillik. It’s the f…

23 May 2018

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Man Maschine 1

After much deliberation, I’ve bought a Native Instruments Maschine. I’m going to make a series of posts to explain my immersion into the world of Maschine. This was a considered choice …

11 May 2018

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Resonate – a fair streaming service

Resonate is a new streaming service built on Web 3.0 technologies. Their aim is quite revolutionary, and totally in line with my own feelings. It is built to take down Spotify. It is a fully co-opera…

9 April 2018

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review: Primal Code – Ēteru

The latest release from Hypnus Records is – to be pretty honest – much like all of their other releases. However, it’s a microgenre all of it’s own, and its one I happen to lov…

15 February 2018

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Review: Gnoomes – Ngan!

Ngan! by Gnoomes Hailing from the small Russian city of Perm, deep in the Ural mountains, Gnoomes have produced an album of beauty. Where psychedelic rock meets kosmische meets shoegaze, there you…

17 January 2017

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Devil’s Advocate: Ambient Music

Is ambient music too easy? Is it a con? The very nature of the genre itself seems to add gravitas and depth to the music that would certainly not be there in a happy hardcore or Eurotrance track.

27 September 2016

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