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.
In this three-part feature taken from the latest issue of Electronic Beats Magazine, we explore how artists are exploring queer issues and challenging power structures through electronic music. In this part, Rashad Islam Endicott speaks to Terre Thaemlitz. – more
Coming out as self-released white label earlier this year, ‘Luv Luv’ is an exercise is broken digital soul and pulsating melancholy that snaps around your head before making it’s way down to your feet. With the release of his next E.P – Love You Up coming on PMR at the end of this month, Two – more
?Red Rack’em, aka Hot Coins, aka Danny Berman, has released some of the best electro, boogie and house influenced electronic music of the last few years on labels such as Tirk, Society, Untracked and Deep Freeze. He also delivers a weekly armful of amazing, unreleased music via his weekly Smugglers Inn podcast, which has been – more
Shit Robot were my most slept on band last year – more fool me, as I am now rather partial to a dose of their electronic thuggery. Having debuted the Shit Robot live show in Fabric last month and fresh from supporting LCD Soundsystem on their farewell tour, the DFA act are now back with – more