Max Dax

Last week we featured Max Dax on our weekly Radio Sessions show, where he spoke to host Mathias Weck about, among other thing, the smashing new issue of Electronic Beats Magazine. Have you picked it up yet? We can firmly say without bias that it’s the best thing ever, so go check it out while you stream his hour-long mix, a selection of varied and favored cuts that include Cooly G, Frank Ocean, and CAN. 



01. Moritz von Oswald – Jam

02. Ricardo Villalobos -  Put Your Lips Featuring Andrew Gillings

03. Greie Gut Fraktion – Wir Bauen Eine Neue Stadt

04. Adrian Sherwood – U.R.Sound

05. The Field – It´s Up There

06. Frank Ocean – Super Rich Kids

07. Cooly G – What Airtime

08. CAN – Bubble Rap

09. F.S.K. – Äpfel, Birnen

Interview: The Klaxons

December 17, 2006 in Interviews by EB Team

The Klaxons’ rise to fame has been meteoric. News of their rock-meets-rave-via-pop sound spread like wildfire around Myspace and soon enough they were signed to a major with press scrambling around to come up with a word to sum them up. Then they found it and got busy turning The Klaxons into the poster-boys of – more

Goldie returns with new music

February 15, 2012 in Features by EB Team

You read right. D&B pioneer Goldie is going to release a new single next month via his own (legendary) Metalheadz imprint. ‘Freedom’ Ft. Natalie Duncan was premiered last night on Mista Jam, and it’s a rip form that show you can listen to below. Not the best quality, but good enough to pick out Goldie’s – more

Next is Saschienne

May 18, 2011 in Features by EB Team

Multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Julienne Dessange and Sascha Funke spontaneously started their own music project called Saschienne last year, while making music together in Burgundy, France. Their first album is out this fall via Kompakt. When Sascha moved to Berlin years ago, he joined Ellen Allien‘s BPtich Control label. He dropped his debut album Bravo back – more

Coat of Arms very successful debut on Futureboogie

July 18, 2011 in Features by EB Team

If you are not aware of UK-based duo Coat of Arms, then maybe they will be better described as Futureboogie’s hottest new act consisting of Birmingham’s own Chris James (founder of Dubnoir label) and Eats Everything (Pets Recording, San City High) hailling from Bristol. Together they have combined their deep house, disco, funk and soul – more