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.

And a 1, and a 2, and a 3… for Robyn

March 1, 2010 in Features

Swedish pop starlet Robyn plans to release not one but, three(!) new albums this year. After a five-year hiatus since her last album entitled Robyn, she has decided to rack up a flurry of friends for this dynamic trio of albums including appearances by Diplo, Röyksopp and, surprisingly, the dogfather himself – Snoop Dogg; stating – more

Trentemøller is tired of “minimal shit”

August 10, 2011 in Interviews

Since his album The Last Resort back in 2006, Anders Trentemøller has been representing something extraordinary in terms of progressive techno sounds. The signature electronica that accompanies each of his releases and his multiple remixes is omnipresent, but his second album in 2010, Into the Great Wide Yonder shows his new passion which is more – more

Jamaica documentary ‘Journey To Jah’ needs support

September 23, 2011 in Features

Directors Noël Dernesch and Moritz Springer have spent over six (!) years on their ‘Journey to Jah’ documentary which follows the journey of two reggae singers – German-born Gentleman and Italian-born Alborosie – on their search for faith and spirituality in Jamaica. The two foreign-born reggae artists found visions of a better world in the faith – more

EB Exclusive – letthemusicplay ‘Waves’

March 6, 2012 in Features

letthemusicplay is a mysterious new project and the people behind it are keeping their cards very close to their chest. We can tell you for sure that it is not James Murphy, although that is apparently not a bad guess as first single ‘Space’ came with remixes from The 2 Bears and Jaques Renault. ‘Space’ – more