Nicolas Jaar live in Budapest

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Here’s something to take the edge off the start of the week—a fifteen minute clip of Nicolas Jaar‘s live set at Electronic Beats Festival, Budapest on September 13. Jaar and his band have had an incredibly busy summer performing at festivals across the world so it’s not surprising how polished these songs sound; both “Time for Us” and “Space Is Only Noise” undulate with a cool, languid intensity that slow-builds into a bit of a wig out at the end. Plus, as expected, plenty of saxophone. We like Nico Jaar even more now—quite a feat.

Electronic Beats Magazine – new issue imminent!

June 10, 2011 in Features by EB Team

The first edition of the revitalized Electronic Beats magazine will be hitting the shelves shortly with a fresh editorial approach from new editor-in-chief Max Dax and his team. According to it’s motto “Conversations on essential issues”, the new magazine will be in dialogue form and will feature a discussion between Max and curator Hans Ulrich – more

Videodrome #16 – This week’s best videos

August 22, 2011 in Videodrome by Moritz Gayard

2. James Pants – Clouds Over The Pacific (direcetd by Iasos) James Pants‘ video for “Clouds Over The Pacific” brings to mind MTV at 1 a.m. in the late 90′s. Space out, hit the bong, do what you gotta do. But watch the video above. /// 3. LCMDF – Take Me To The Mountains (dir.?) – more

R&S Records back with exciting new additions!

April 8, 2010 in Features by EB Team

R&S Records is a name that has been associated with electronic music for over 25 years. However, in certain periods they have not always been known for the right reasons, with their quality control dropping and their once dynamic roster becoming increasingly commercial and formulaic. Then, after a 2007 re-launch that saw them go on – more

Late of the Pier launch vinyl only label

October 13, 2009 in Features by EB Team

Experimental noise and rhythm merchants Late Of The Pier have launched their own vinyl only record label. Sounding like the police force from a dystopian future, Zarcorp Inc. is the band’s platform for releasing the music of — according to their MySpace — friends and family. With every record on a strictly limited run to – more