Here's an interview we did a while back with Hyboid of Astro Chicken Records. Hope ya like it.
Intro :: From the laps (Bitmapped)
Starlight Hammer Sounds :: Turrican 2 (Astro Chicken)
Hyboid :: Telepath Or Psychopath (Aspecto Humano)
Hyboid :: Trip To NGC891 2 (Astro Chicken)
Anbau :: Disco Z (Aspecto Humano)
Q 1 : For our listeners who might not know, how is Hyboid and what is Astro Chicken Records?
Q 2 : So when did you set up the label?
Hyboid :: Dr. Dabic's Pain Amplifier
Risk Risk :: Digital Love
Sternrekorder :: Sugarshaker
Q 3 : And how long have you been producing music?
Hyboid :: Space Haze
Hyboid as Erwin Eiswürfel :: Roboterbrösel (Störgeräusche aus dem Evangelium)
Q 4 : So what are your early influences? What three records really stand out from these influences?
Klaus Doldinger :: Das Boot
Paso Doble :: Computerliebe
Caustic Window :: Italic Eyeball
Q 5 : And who is influencing you nowadays?
Jan Hammer Group :: Don't You Know
Bernard Fevre :: Max Stroke
Telex :: En Route Vers De Nouvelles Aventures
Q 6 : As Hyboid you have released five albums. What draws you to the LP medium instead of EP?
Hyboid :: Terrör of the Üniverse (Intro)
Hyboid :: Les Aventures des Synthés
Q 7 : How are you producing your music? What machines are you using?
Hyboid :: Crystal of the Ancients
Q 8 : Tell us about your recently released album, Silent Signals has just hit the shops. What is this fifth album about? How is it different to your previous LPs?
Hyboid :: Starcrush
Hyboid :: Strange Signals
Hyboid :: Future Fever
Q 9 : We are here in Madrid, can you tell us about the time you played here? Will you be back soon?
Q 10 : What does the future hold for you? The label?
Hyboid :: Apocalypse in Neon
Hyboid and the Astro Chicken Allstars :: Untitled
Q 11 : What are your predictions for electronic music in the future?
Q 12: To end, what about a guilty pleasure track?
Jon & Vangelis: I'll find My Way Home