Click Clack Releases Brand New Album ‘House Of Click’
Words: Angel
August 10, 2022

‘House of Click’ is this London producer and DJ’s strongest project to date and it’s out now! There is no limit to Click Clack’s experimentation on this album, who moves between dark techno sounds, deep house grooves and so much more. Created on Ableton live, Click Clack derives his own sounds from influences such as Deadmau5, Charlotte De Witte and ArtBat.

Tracks such as ‘Distance Memory’ highlight the producer’s ability to entrance the listener with vocal samples whilst incorporating clicks that make up Click Clack‘s signature sound. Other tracks such as ‘Don’t You See Me’ and ‘Forgive Me’ include impactful drops and skillful use of melodic techno synths. Check out this album to hear how Click Clack can take from all corners of electronic music to create a truly exciting body of work.


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 With numerous albums under his belt, Click Clack takes pride in his ability to evolve with each project. His music style led him down many paths, from progressive trance to tech house and deep house. You can catch his ‘Studio Sessions’ each month on YouTube where he effortlessly mixes EDM and techno tracks with his own unreleased material from his studio in London. After the death of his inspiration  i_o (Garrett Falls Lockhart) in late 2020, Click Clack found a newfound motivation to pursue music. The producer and DJ is pathing his own way into the techno scene, and with shows at Ministry of Sound and The Egg London, he’s well on his way to attracting a sizable fanbase. Click Clack is now working on the second instalment of House of Click, which you can stay updated on via the links below.

Getting To Know Click Clack 

Artist name and location?

Artist Name: Click Clack – Location – North London

Introduce yourself in one paragraph:

Trying to break into the techno, EDM scene – Click Clack has a mature outlook on the music industry, with his knowledge of Ableton live and various plugins serum and massive he is able to experiment with dark techno sounds to peaceful EDM melodies. Whilst making music – he practises mixing his sounds at London Sound Academy to produce exciting DJ Sets.

Were you connected with music from a young age, or anyone in particular inspired you?

I was interested in music particular EDM and fell into techno when watching Deadmau5’s alter ego Test Pilot perform live – from there I wanted to recreate and study more into techno and melodic sounds and use them in my own production work.

What first kickstarted your musical career? 

Watching live performances on youtube – watching artist such as the late i_o in the lab via MixMag and Deadmau5’s performance at Creamfields 2019 kicked started the foundation of music creation and unwritten live gigs.

Tell us more about your sound and how it has evolved.

Online you can find my first album ‘Social Phobia’ where that was the start of me producing basic techno music – at the time just experimenting and coming to grips with Ableton live – in comparison to a later album ‘Endless Void’ I wanted to create more of an atmospheric experience for the future – mixing in pads and trance stems.

Can you tell us more about your Youtube Studio Sessions?

Studio Sessions came about when I wanted to develop and understand more about using pioneer decks – once a month I create a playlist with techno, trance or EDM and throw in some unreleased tracks due to see what it sounds like really – who knew mixing ‘Forever Ravers’ – by Miss Kitten and Anna would work so well with ‘Charge’ by CTRLS. It about practice makes perfect and understanding/ using the equipment you have to provide a unique experience.

Any words you want to share to encourage other artists and producers? 

Take your time – spend time making your music and crafting your skill. Quality over quantity – if possible go out of your comfort zone – one example is me switching from techno to deep house recently. Play around with other genres – who know you might create a new genre by accident. Have fun and enjoy what you do.

Networking, consistency, character, approach… what and how do you initiate your Industry relationships? 

Consistency, persistence, and networking are key – go out to clubs or music events and socialize – you’ll probably find out something new about the music you are creating or guidance on how to boost yourself. The more you put in, the more you get out. Make sure you are open to criticism and feedback – using that will help you produce some unique work or even improve on current projects.

Name 3 albums or labels that have inspired you the most.



Anjunabeats, Vol 14 (DJ Mix – Matt Lange)

What’s your favourite piece of studio equipment or software?

 Ableton Live and Serum are probably my go to equipment as I can effortless mix and blend in synths and pads when creating music – the software itself is flawless – very affordable for someone starting out and gets yearly updates.

Name your favourite club or festival in the world, and how does it makes you feel? 

Tomorrowland – ever since I saw Charlotte De Witte at night – the atmosphere was peaceful, watching fireworks go off and lighting up the night sky – there’s nothing better.

Name an outlandish rider request?

I be honest – haven’t had any as yet.

Favourite clubbing memory, who or what did it involve? 

Performing at the Egg recently a few months ago was enjoyable – I started wearing these light up goggles (similar to the artist Rezz) I purchased from amazon to see the decks in the dark and the crowd loves it, it goes well with the type of music I play and produce.

What quote represents you best?

Don’t really have a quote – I normally say to myself ‘Time is a currency you spend but don’t get back, invest well’.

If you could play any venue, where would it be and why? 

Main stage at Tomorrow Land for the simple purpose of that is an end goal – the atmosphere looks amazing at night and everyone is always up for a vibe – that would be the dream.

Music is….. (explain more)

Music is my peace – growing up and trying to find a creative outlook in life – music has always been there – from mixing synths to pads from techno and trance – it provides me with a safe haven and endless possibilities for the future.

One song you really couldn’t live without? 

Complications – Deadmau5 – that song is a goldmine when mixing genres – its unique simpleness helps to move between techno and trance is remarkable.

Name drop your favourite tunes, artists or DJs (past or present)

Flame – ARTBAT

HOT 44 – Baauer

Megator – T-78

House of God – i_o

Imaginary Friends – Deadmau5

What was your first music opportunity and how did it fuel your fire?

Performing at the Egg London for the first time – helped build confidence and a solid grounding of what to do next when going live – especially when the equipment goes wrong – keep calm and stay cool, it will get fixed. – Performing live helps reduce any anxiety or stresses you may have.

Tell us more about your plans for the future.

For now I am just finishing of ‘House of Click part 2’ – I also have two more albums in the works – ‘Technophobia’ and ‘ This is Click Clack’ out later this year, for the future the aim is to do more London Based gigs and eventually build up a good network with Manchester and Birmingham as the techno scene is good over there.

Any worldly advice you’d like to share?

Never stop doing what you love doing.

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