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


Tobias Oliver has Obsessions

November 29, 2011 in Features by EB Team

Though Tobias Oliver was born in Germany, we Austrians like to claim him as a Viennese artist. One of the finest techno producers and DJs around, the man with the two first names has lived in Vienna for nearly 15 years. But, we have to admit, there’s a history when it comes to arguing about – more

EB Listening: Elektro Guzzi’s ‘Parquet’ album streaming in full

November 10, 2011 in EB Listening by EB Team

Elektro Guzzi’s line-up might resemble that of a traditional rock band, but their music doesn’t sound like anything you would expect from a guitar/bass/drums three-piece. Rather than using machines, the three Viennese musicians Bernhard Breuer, Bernhard Hammer and Jakob Schneidewind become machines themselves, creating precise, pattern-oriented pieces that resemble techno tracks rather than rock songs. – more

Electronic Beats – 2011 Review

December 23, 2011 in 2011 by EB Team

Welcome to the final round up of the year as we take a look at what happened in the world of Electronic Beats over the last 12 months with change and rejuvenation, unforgettable live music experiences, and in depth cultural exchanges. 2011 began with a new outlook and a fresh perspective. In April our beloved – more