We can’t keep this exclusive remix out of rotation. Swedish artist, Bam Spacey has a gem on his hands with this one-hour-plus mix. Techno and electronic elements are flawlessly mixed together to create a mysterious, almost extraterrestrial sound that we are simply amazed by. The mesmerizing tunes give off a sensual feel to the entire record. This is wavy music at its waviest. Enjoy.
In this interview from last summer’s issue of Electronic Beats Magazine, Editor-in-Chief Max Dax speaks to Squarepusher about his early obsession with radio bands, musique concrète and why having “entertainer” stamped on his visa doesn’t quite cover it. – more
Prague’s Míra Valeš is a scene activist, creative proselytizer and promoter of the queer club night Pioneer. We recently talked to him about the city’s fledgling queer music scene and the events (over and underground) that contribute to the reinvigoration of the capital’s club scene. Enjoy the interview while listening to Pioneer residents Electronic Bitches’ – more
One of the most influential bands of the last 30 years, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark are back with a new album and tour. The last time the band released a full length album was 14 years ago, but the peak of their critical acclaim (and lasting influence) was the mid-eighties with their totally unique – more
The next two artists couldn’t be farther apart from each other, literally: The Swiss hail from the lacklustre church state of Adelaide, South Australia while Hounds of Hate bask in the warm glow of East London’s hipster community. Both artists make retro music for the jilted millennial generation, and both have something ferociously infectious and – more