Adopting a corporate identity is not only for rising businessmen anymore. Artists and weirdos such as DIS and LOGO are co-opting the co-opters these days, and we can now add Ville Haimala and Norman Palm’s Millennium project to the list. Their website offers an aesthetic similar to that of net artists, and their new SWOT Mixtape for EB Radiofits into this theme nicely. Featuring the likes of Fatima al Qadiri, Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland, Planningtorock and Andy Stott, it’s a very welcome change of pace from our usual collection of house-heavy mixes. God bless corporate.


1. Millennium – Intro

2. Inga Copeland & Dean Blunt – Amir Vox Mix

3. Dan Bodan – What’s So New

4. Toro Y Moi – So Many Details

5. Hauschka – Radar (Alva Noto Remodel)

6. Slim K – I Need To Quit (Chopped & Screwed)

7. Planningtorock – The Breaks

8. Gazelle Twin – I Turn My Arm (Renaissance Man Remix)

9. Art Of Noise – Moments In Love (12″ version)

10. XTC – Funtions (Havana)

11. Fatima Al Qadiri – Ghost Raid

12. Andy Stott – Up The Box

13. Alexis Taylor – Jesus’ Birthday


Sorcerer to release second album

July 21, 2009 in Features by EB Team

Nuphonics sub-label Tirk will release the sophomore album from American electronic artist Sorcerer. Entitled “Neon Leon”, the 10 songs will be “an update of the tropical explorations of sound”. Better known as Daniel Judd and one half of Windsurf, Sorcerer released his first album “White Magic” to a small amount of reverence in 2007, and then came – more

Civil Music offer 15 free downloads

February 3, 2011 in Features by EB Team

The lovely people at Civil Music are kindly offering to give away 15 free mp3’s from artists such as Debruit, Darling Farah and Drums of Death, to anyone who signs up their mailing list. It could not be simpler, nor could it be more rewarding. By signing up the lucky subscriber gets access to download – more

Mole Fur

September 16, 2011 in Features by EB Team

The Mole is just about to release a new EP called ‘Extended Hugs’ through Fur Trade Recordings. For someone who has been at times a prolific producer, this is actually his first release of 2011, barring an appearance on Wagon Repair’s All Star compilation. In typicaly Mole fashion, the press release talks about egg dropping – more

Jamaica enlists DJs for peace talks

December 9, 2009 in Features by EB Team

Record homicide figures in Jamaica have brought two of the country’s most influential DJs, Adijah “Vybz Kartel” Palmer and David “Mavado” Brooks, together for high level peace talks. In this past year alone, 1,674 murders have been committed due to loyal DJ factions rampaging through Jamaica. Prime Minister Bruce Golding has requested Palmer and Brooks – more