Today’s Mix of the Day comes courtesy of Phon.o, known to his friends as Carsten Aermes. With releases stretching back to 2001, his last album Black Boulder arrived on Modeselektor’s 50 Weapons imprint this year. This mix, featuring the likes of Jamie xx and Cooly G, pursues the same shadowy muse as that record, moving stealthily between basement club and night bus, loitering between swung, clipped beats, funky house keys and garage’s sparky bump and flex along the way.
Neatly integrated into their urban surroundings, the art of Belgian designer Liesbet Bussche looks out of the ordinary in the most seamless way. The above-seen gigantic ear stud – which is really just a concrete ball – is one of several pieces of urban jewellery Bussche has spread on the streets of Amsterdam. The large-scale – more
So as we recently announced the next Electronic Beats Festival is going to be taking place in Vienna on October 6th. With a line-up already overflowing with amazing performers – The Brandt Brauer Frick Ensemble, Crystal Fighters and Bon Homme are all in attendance, we can now reveal one more artist that is going to – more
Check out Jakob Häglsperger’s first album as Kalipo, a relaxed yet club-ready record designed to win over your heart and your feet. – more
Innervisions operators Âme and Dixon and house don Henrik Schwarz just released their minimal music compendium “The Grandfather Paradox”. Under their new pseudonym “A Critical Mass” they perform their pet project live. As each of the three acts is a highlight in itself, their collaboration stands as one of the hottest electronic music shows of – more