Announcing Digital Warmth, a new podcast about electronic music

The podcast’s first season, hosted by Madison musician Jordan Cohen, arrives this February on Tone Madison.

Madison-based musician Jordan Cohen, best known for his solo project Chants, is partnering with Tone Madison to present Digital Warmth, a new podcast series about electronic music. The first season of three episodes will be released across the first three Mondays in February.

Digital Warmth will feature Cohen’s in-depth discussions with DJs, producers, and other figures in the electronic-music world. Guests on the podcast will include artists with Madison connections, but listeners will also hear from people outside of the Madison area. The show will continue to come out in sporadic seasons, rather than as regular episodes.


“In a nutshell, I listen to a lot of podcasts, including a lot of interviews with musicians, and it was very rare to find anyone talking to the people in electronic music that I’m interested in,” Cohen says. “So I decided to give it a shot, starting with people in my immediate orbit, and hopefully expanding beyond that soon.”

Listeners can subscribe to Digital Warmth on Apple Podcasts, paste the show’s RSS feed into the podcast app of their choice, follow the show on Twitter, or reach out to Cohen via email. The Digital Warmth logo was created by Sam Meier.

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