In the latest podcast episode Hypercolour Ste Roberts steps out of his house jacket to don a coat fashioned from stomping electro, and speaks to the blog about his thinking behind the mix, his history with Hypercolour and what's coming up at his labels.
It's easy to accept that Leeds' Ste Roberts, as one of the trio behind the Hypercolour and Glass Table imprints, has quite an ear for music. Alongside Alex Jones and Jamie Russell he's been responsible for curating the label's broad and revered output over the past few years while quietly developing his own music with extreme care and patience.
Having started out, as most good DJ/Producers should, as a record store 'guy' at Leeds' Tribe Records, Roberts has an uncanny ability to zero in on records that matter and it's that that perhaps marks him out as a DJ's DJ (just ask any of his colleagues and this tag becomes repetitive). Understated in his delivery, allowing records to breathe, the Yorkshireman graces the turntables at global clubbing institutions in an enviable gig-diary..