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Dan Snaith has been a bit quiet lately with his projects Caribou and Daphni, though we certainly haven’t forgotten him. While we have nothing new to report, check out his EB Radio Session from a few years back for a taste of nostalgic pleasure and timeless sounds.

(The Radio Sessions – Electronic Beats On Air with Caribou, 2010-05)

Moodgadget put together Nocturnal Suite

October 30, 2009 in Features by EB Team

Ghostly International’s partner Moodgadget have put together a diverse set of tunes for their third compilation entitled The Nocturnal Suite. The compilation comes after 2007’s successful The Rorschach Suite and 2008’s The Synchronicity Suite which managed to showcase the fringes of electronic culture whilst also supplying eager ears with a slew of new talents. The – more

Fiordmoss and 19th century tattoo ladies

February 3, 2012 in Interviews by EB Team

Fiordmoss was founded in 2008 after Roman’s record collection and Petra’s guitar disappeared in a blaze of fire in their shared flat. Both original members of the band – currently there is also a third member Jan Boroš – art students Petra Hermanová and Roman P?ikryl had previous experiences in music. In Fiordmoss, they merged – more

Isolée to drop new LP on DJ Koze’s Pampa label

October 22, 2010 in Features by EB Team

DJ Koze’s own Pampa label will be in overdrive for 2011 after announcing a release schedule which includes new LPs from DJ Koze, Isolée and Robag Wruhme. The label which is run by Koze himself alongside Get Physical manager Marcus Fink, has announced some highly anticipated LPs such as Isolée’s new longplayer which will be – more

EB Listening: Xaver von Treyer’s ‘The Torino Scale’ album streaming in full

October 17, 2011 in EB Listening by Moritz Gayard

If you pay close attention, you’ll be hearing the little Moroder’s singing. Well, metaphorically, since Xaver von Treyer can’t be pigeonholed with just Italo disco – though you can hear rhythmic and melodic references such as spherical, bubbling synthesizers sounds throughout The Torino Scale, von Treyer aka Xaver Naudascher’s debut album. Further earthly pleasures come – more