Christian Löffler

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Christian Löffler turned heads (and ears) with his 2012 LP A Forest. Rather than the cold techno-drenched world of clubs, A Forest lives up to its name as a collection of atmospheric electronics that evoked the beauty and fragility of the natural world. Recently he appeared on our Radio Sessions to talk about the album and his work on his imprint Ki Recordsas well as his plans for the future—but he also gave us a special mix, packed with sweetly gentle tracks that are just as pleasurable for chilling as dancing. Stream it above.

Distortion festival to take over Copenhagen

May 12, 2009 in Features by EB Team

Copenhagen will witness some spectacular partying come early June.Taking form as a chaotic urban sprawl, Distortion festival is Copenhagen’s biggest Street party with 66 parties taking place all over Copenhagen for 5 days in 66 different locations. No VIP’s, no closed backstage parties and cheap beer; this certainly eliminates the ego part of the festival. – more

DMY: Five days – and over 500 designers!

June 1, 2011 in Features by EB Team

It’s that time of year again: for the next five days, Berlin, or rather the former Tempelhof Airport, will become a hotbed of contemporary product design, when the international design festival DMY sets up camp in the city: in the airport’s hangar to be precise. On the huge exhibition area covering 11,000 m², it will – more

Interview: Bonde Do Role / Diplo

December 17, 2007 in Interviews by EB Team
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He’s the blonde all-American boy who helped bring the Dirty South sound to the masses and has grown up to become one of the world’s hippest cratediggers. They are the bad boys, and girl, of Brazilian Baile Funk, with a rawer sound than CSS and an even more offbeat attitude. He looks like he left – more

From The Vaults: interview with Jigoku

February 22, 2012 in Features by EB Team

The affinity for the weird, obscure and bizarre has gained momentum in the last few years reinforced by the likes of tumblr as catalysts of visual ‘debris’. The hunt for the abstruse and low-brow is no passing pop culture fad for audiovisual bricoleurs Jigoku though. Driven by the need to unearth and manipulate random VHS – more