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We’ve already told you, in detail, how Thursday’s Electronic Beats Festival was a blistering success. You don’t have to take our word for it – here’s a 14 minute live video taken from Modeselektor’s gleefully offbeat performance. If you were desperate to relive that precise moment when countless pillows were torn asunder by a baying crowd wigging out to ‘Dirty Snowball’, now you can. Also featuring ’Pretentious Friends’ and ‘Let Your Love Grow’.

ONES TO WATCH – The Hundred In The Hands

April 26, 2010 in Features

Every once in a while a band comes along which perfectly synthesis elements of both pop music and the underground to create music which transcends genres, scenes and more importantly musical fascism. Uniting fans across the board, The Hundred In The Hands is one of those bands. The Hundred In The Hands have risen out – more

Nicolas Jaar does it again

January 16, 2012 in Features

After the release of his acclaimed album Space Is Only Noise last year, the prolific Nicolas Jaar dropped another unreleased track named ‘With Just One Glance You’ some weeks ago. The compelling and sexy song pulls you in with the Jaaring percussion and infectious sax solo, keeping the mood with the rhythmic appeal of vocals from Scout LaRue, the – more

Nero’s Day At Disneyland gets touched by an angel

July 13, 2011 in Features

Nero’s Day At Disneyland is possibly one of the best modern composers we know. The LA-via-Oakland musician, known to his friends as Brock Bousfield, has been unleashing his trademark blend of glitch, spazzed-out breakcore, and sped-up baroque classical music for a while now, with each piece taking us higher, into dizzying realms of inspiration that – more

Legendary producer John Morales puts out retrospective

October 19, 2009 in Features

Native New Yorker John Morales (not related to David Morales) will be releasing his first ever retrospective in November entitled The M&M Mixes. One half of M+M productions, he is generally attributed as being one of the first on the remixing, DJ’ing and disco scene. Learning his trade by playing in Manhattan clubs in the – more