Mysterious Dj and Producer from Budapest, Delay aka. Marton Pinter is the man behind Archipel’s 25th podcast which features intricate and deep, dub constructions.
Archipel: Hi Marton please tell me about yourself?
Delay: I’m Márton Pintér living in Budapest where I also grew up. In the “normal” life I work in film productions supporting special effects but music is the most important thing in my life.
A: What are your current/future projects?
D: I am resident Dj of party series called Deepfields organized by Szoba Studio [https://www.facebook.com/events/927830240670598/] , with monthly events in Budapest.
We are starting to make preparations for a ambient experimental event series, which will be a key project in my life and I’m very looking forward to it.
Otherwise I am always writing music to get recognized and make a name for myself. Also got several nice podcast requests which I’m currently working on.
A: Please tell me about your Archipel recording’s context?
D: My music is my therapy. Its about the music from life emotions. All my podcast’s inspiration are coming from emotions. Sometimes it can be identified, sometimes it cannot. From that specific emotion that I feel comes the idea of the starting point where I start building my set.
A:What has most impacted your music?
D: When I first saw Richie Hawtin playing live. The technique, the sound and the whole professionalism behind it blew and still blows me away. He always satisfied me from the beginning.
A: If your music was a 3 dimensional what would it be?
D: Pyramid for sure.
A: What’s the last batch of records you bought?
D: Söll – Cävv
Jorg – Esc.rec.36.
Rustica – Sal’s paradise EP.
A: Tell us about an out of the ordinary experience you had?
D: The top feeling when I play at a party and everybody is totally feeling the music and the crowd becomes 1. That is pretty extraordinary and gives me a lot of energy and inspiration to keep on doing it.
A:Who would you invite to dinner and why?
D: My Dad! dont need to explain it, why..
Interview by PH Paradis.
Cover Image: Yoann Pochet.
Article Images: Marton Pinter.