This April saw James Blake play the Gdansk edition of the Electronic Beats Festival, and what a show it was. This 20 minute live recording captures the atmosphere and the spacious sonics of his performance that night, with Blake’s insinuating, cherubic vocals on ‘Never Learnt to Share’ and ‘Limit to Your Love’ resonating throughout the venue with a piercing clarity. Want more? You can also read a review from the night here.
Twitter, such an enjoyable medium (as long as you can keep track with all the tweets people drop, especially if some of them tend to stay idle for a while and then tweet lots of 140 character messages at once). Earlier today we came across this tweet by Zomby, who turned to using Twitter much – more
Men In Burka is the latest project from Modern Witch member Kamran Khan, the Ramadan-Dadaist from Denver who melds desert spirits with weird, bounce-influenced party-beats. While still very new, the project has seen Khan gathering attention from both fans of mutant electronics and the current rise of Arabic-influenced beats, made underground-famous by fascinating artists like – more
Margaret Dygas the DJ, and more recently conceptual techno artist, is to release a ‘mini-album’ through Perlon. Self-titled and just 45 minutes long the album will be available on both CD and vinyl and like (almost) all Perlon releases will feature Double Standard‘s iconic text based artwork. After earning her stripes as an in demand – more
Alex Ridhya is the mysterious young man behind Boys Noize, the love ‘em or loathe ‘em electro outfit responsible for one of the biggest club music albums of recent years, Oi Oi Oi, and its full-throttle follow-up, Power. Originally from Hamburg, Alex first moved to Berlin for his girlfriend but now considers the city his – more