Electronic Beats Magazine Fall 2013 hits shelves September 23rd

The new Electronic Beats Magazine is out in just a few weeks, so why not order a copy or four? It should accessorize nicely with your new Autumn wardrobe.
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It’s always a bit sad to watch the blue skies and warm nights of summer fade into the crispy chill of fall, but there’s still plenty to be thankful for. There’s the promise of warm new clothes, the thrill of Halloween, and of course the newest edition of Electronic Beats Magazine to keep you warm. Not just any edition, either, as this  marks the tenth edition since we revamped EB Magazine in 2011. To celebrate, we’ve lowered our annual subscriber prices down to 6 euros in Germany and 12 for the rest of the world. Pretty darn cheap, considering that each issue is packed front to back with all of the conversations and articles on essential issues that you’ve come to expect in the last years. Take a look at what’s inside this one:

— MGMT, who you can see gracing the cover of this issue, speak to us about their increasingly experimental path.

—  Canadian-born, Berlin-based artist Angela Bulloch tells us about her obsession with rules and John Cage.

—  Editor-In-Chief Max Dax manages to have a civilized conversation with Primal Scream frontman Bobby Gillespie.

— Bianca and Sierra Casady of CocoRosie talk to avant-garde director Robert Wilson about eternal youth and the suicidal tendencies of Peter Pan.

— Diamond Version‘s Olaf Bender and Carsten Nicolai discuss their dystopian sound with artist and frequent Kraftwerk collaborator Emil Schult.

— London-based, Brazilian-born musician Cibelle tells us how she spends 100€.

— Berlin techno innovator Dimitri Hegemann, founder of the legendary Tresor empire,  gives us his essential ABCs.

— Scooter’s H.P. Baxxter lets us know why the KLF are his style icons.

— Jimi Tenor shows us how well he can count.

— We report on our  72 hours in Vienna, including interviews with Peter Kruder of Kruder and Dorfmeister, Patrick Pulsinger, Peter Rehberg of Editions Mego, Viennese actionist Hermann Nitsch, sound artist and Wittgenstein House expert Bernhard Leitner, director of the Arnold Schönberg archives Therese Muxeneder and more.

— Recommendations on music, fashion and literature from Nitzer Ebb’s Douglas J. McCarthy, Thomas Meinecke, Mark ReederWill SaulSchneider TM, Niko Solorio, Rashad Becker and Daniel Jones.

 

Pretty sweet, right? We think so, and we can’t wait to share it with you. The new Electronic Beats Magazine is out in just a few weeks, so why not order a copy or four? It should accessorize nicely with your new Autumn wardrobe.~

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