About Interface
Visions of Modern Life
Jon Billian
About Interface

Interface... the very word means making the unlike alike, the dissimilar similar. New York’s Interface blends different elements of various electronic styles into its own brand of music, all with a melodic, emotional edge. Originally founded in 1993 by programmer/producer/vocalist Eric Eldredge, Interface has displayed a strong, diverse sound on its releases: The Artemis Complex (1999), Angels in Disguise (2002), Beyond Humanity (2006), Destination Focus (2008), and Visions Of Modern Life (2009). Interface’s sound has ranged from aggressive industrial (“Frantic”, “Metalstorm”) to dance floor anthems (“Age of Computers, “Wasted Time”), soft ballads (“The Softest Blade” and “Labyrinth”) and even ambient experimentalism during its career. Interface is prolific in the remix market, lending its name to top-level artists, and has been acclaimed by the electronic music press for its work and its energetic stage show. The live lineup varies by show, and is made up of some of the best local electronic musicians from the Long Island scene.


Interface is currently signed to Nilaihah Records, based in Columbus, Ohio. It was originally founded in 1999 by members of The Azoic to release the band’s discs, but has since expanded to host artists like GASR, Null Device, and many more. In addition, its partnership with German labels allows it to be the North American outlet for talented acts like Distorted Reality, Unheilig, Frozen Plasma, and Conetik, to name but a few.

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