Hungarian producer duo Headshotboyz have always been a very distinctive part of Budapest’s electro scene. As a part of the Ektiv collective they were much into fidget sounds, and later Kristóf Ambrózy and Lajos Nádházi injected bass genres into their mix such as wonky, glitch and hip-hop, retaining their eccentric musical approach. After a pile of remixes their latest track ‘Sweton’ has arrived off the recently-released international blogger compilation MAD-HOP Vol.3. The track reps their characteristic wonky style with a lovely 8-bit edge; have a listen:?
We’ve been talking about this grande techno release since long. And today we’re serving the next portion, aka the exclusive pre-listening of Monsieur Gesaffelstein’s re-edit of VCMG’s instant classic, entitled ‘Aftermaths’ – more
We’re thrilled to announce that Electronic Beats will be presenting New Order in Berlin. The seminal group, whose influence and style has ranged from new wave and pop to post-punk and techno, has been absent from Germany’s stages for five years now, but on June 21st you can catch them at the Tempodrom. Returning – more
That’s what we call a kick-started career: get yourself a bunch of songs and an EP published, cover Portishead and make it on your single’s B-side, support Grimes on tour, and then put out your debut album on top of an EP. Airick Woodhead did just that with his band Doldrums (not to be confused – more
Most of you should know the deal by now: a new Slices DVD is being published every third month, and at this point there are quite a number in the wild. Next up is Slices issue 2-12, to be released soon-ish. Once again the Slices team travelled the globe to bring you an insight into – more