DJ Bootsie

in , Mix of the Day by EB Radio about

No, not as in “Collins“. Todays’ “Humdrum” mix comes from DJ Bootsie, a formative power and active performer in the Hungarian hip-hop scene. Bootsie isn’t only a DJ, however; he’s also been commissioned to score various film and theater projects, the most famous being a rescoring of two essential movements from the Hungarian opera Laszlo Hunyadi. His hip-hop group DJ Bootsie Quartet has toured as a trio, but also with a 12-piece orchestra. We can promise such epic movements in this mix, but we think you should listen to it anyway. ~

Booka Shade deliver More!

April 14, 2010 in Features by EB Team

Sold out shows and genre defining albums have propelled Booka Shade to the upper heights of the music charts and beyond. Already booked for our Electronic Beats Festival Prague, we sat down with the Teutonic duo and discussed their upcoming album More!, what makes them tick and why they started doing yoga. So I know – more


June 30, 2010 in Features by EB Team

Holy Ghost! consists of Nicholas Millhiser and Alexander Frankel. Two disco influenced sidekicks who rose out of the ashes of their first Dim-Mak signed group Automato. They then started making music as Holy Ghost! in 2007 with James Murphy and Tim Goldsworthy in the driving seat. Their initial single ‘Hold On’ came out and blew – more

Disclosure go with the Flow

January 10, 2012 in Features by EB Team

Another Electronic Beats exclusive,new music from Disclosure, two brothers who craft garage-inflected dance pop of the highest order. ‘Flow’ is the latest single from the pair who have recently touring the UK with Annie Mac, T.E.E.D, Zinc and The 2 Bears. They will also be supporting SBTRKT on his tour later this year and have – more

Free tracks from Dust Science

October 20, 2009 in Features by EB Team

Dust Science are making a questionable business decision, celebrating their re-launch by giving the digital files of their new EP away for free. In the North EP features a slice of classic sheffield bleep from UK techno stalwarts The Black Dog as well as new cuts from Grievous Angel and The Bass Soldier, with the – more