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.

Slices 3-08 out soon!

September 3, 2008 in Features by EB Team

Featuring Kenny Larkin, Fabrice Lig and more The latest issue of Slices, the Electronic Beats DVD magazin, will drop out on September 15, 2008. Brace your ears and eyes for features of Kenny Larkin Fabrice Lig Martyn Beans Guillaume & The Coutu Dumonts Dan Ghenacia / Freak N´ChicJessie Evans As a label feature, Minus will – more

ONES TO WATCH – Emeralds

August 18, 2010 in Features by EB Team

Say what you want about music these days, every category, every genre, every style has been mashed up, over described and calculated to the nth degree. The only thing left to do is denounce everything and start from the beginning, which is why we like Emeralds so much. They are like cavemen trying to start – more

The Go Team announce massive tour

January 7, 2011 in Features by EB Team

The Go Team are about to embark on a massive world tour taking in venues as far afield as San Francisco, Frankfurt and erm… Falmouth in the UK. Touring in support of their new album Rolling Blackouts which drops next month, the rabble rousing cut and paste crew fronted by MC Ninja will tour Europe – more

Prague’s nineties clubbing images

January 20, 2012 in Features by EB Team

Following the tumultuous transformation at the end of eighties in post-communist countries – the so-called Ost Block – the newly democratic region was suddenly in a state of flux. Everything was changing rapidly, and an anything goes attitude was in the air. Prague, as some say, was at its best in the 90ties with its – more