Amon Tobin “Isam” live in Graz

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30 minutes of Amon Tobin’s ‘Isam’ live show at Electronic Beats Springfestival Opening Night in Graz. ”When you do things in a different way, it makes you have to think differently about the way you present it. So ‘ISAM Live’ ended up as a mixture of cinema, live performance and projection art.” (Amon Tobin) Find more live videos at our YouTube channel.

Litanic Mask: Black Velvet Audio

October 21, 2011 in Features

Litanic Mask only came to our attention a short time ago, but we’ve already played their tracks countless times. The Portland goth-pop duo have little information available about themselves online; only that they are Kenna Jean on vocals and producer Mark Evan Burden. One listen to their perfect melancholic melodies, however, is enough to capture – more

10 x 4 – Scott King

June 1, 2012 in Interviews
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Image: Scott King, A Balloon for Britain, 2012, Digital print, 45 x 30 cm / 17.7 x 11.8 in courtesy the artist and Herald St, London   As a designer for pop and fashion magazines such as i-D and Sleazenation as well as cover artworks for Suicide, Pet Shop Boys, Earl Brutus, and Morrissey, British – more

Creepy Teepee: DIY Weirdness

July 6, 2012 in 2012

‘Festival’ is a word with wide-ranging semantic connotations, be they flower-power gatherings as a form of communal political stance, gigantic commercially-driven happenings for complacent youth, or snobby boutique events for yuppie parents. Creepy Teepee falls into none of these categories: it exists solely to share music. Established in 2009, Creepy Teepee was born when Prague-based – more

10 x 4 – DJ Marfox

March 27, 2012 in Interviews
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DJ Marfox is fresh out of Lisbon and has just helped to usher new label, Principe, into the world. With the Photonz as label mates and the backing of local record shop Flur and booking agency Filho Único, Principe is promising big things. From african-inspired percussion workouts to the deepest of house jams, it’s all – more