Claptone

in , Mix of the Day by EB Radio about

“In a now long forgotten world, many generations ago, a bird like shape emerged from wooded darkness…” So begins Claptone‘s biography. While the Berlin producer is clearly not afraid of a good backstory, we’re more concerned with the contents of his record bag and thankfully his Mix of the Day doesn’t fall short. A selection of snappy, deep-inclined house music with piano-flourishes that like his own Beatport-topping “Cream” is concerned primarily with making the dancefloor go off.

01. Amine Edge – Yeah [Alola Records]
02. Dirty Minds – I’m For Pleasure (Claptone Remix) [Eskimo]
03. Claptone – Another Night [Exploited]
04. Kevin Over – Hood Funk [Noir Music]
05. Mercury – Born Happy [Gomma]
06. Round Table Knights – So Good [OFF]
07. Claptone – Wrong [Exploited]
08. Suptil – Doin’t It [weplayminimal]
09. Tyson – Mr Rain (Claptone Dub) [Back Yard]
10. Claptone – No Eyes

Editor’s Choice 14

October 3, 2012 in Editor’s Choice by EB Team
Electronic Beats - Editor's Choice 14

What’s that? You want to know what’s been going in our ears this week, reverberating our cochleas and sending broader vibrations throughout our bodies and by extension our audio-addled souls? That’s a coincidence: here’s this week’s Editor’s Choice. – more

Videodrome #7 – This week’s best videos

June 17, 2011 in Videodrome by Moritz Gayard

Here’s the seventh edition of our weekly music video update called V I D E O D R O M E. Enjoy! 1. Rikslyd – All in Love? (dir.?) Rikslyd is the Paris-via-Norway project of Diis Paradiis. She describes her music as “Champagne Electro” – which sounds pretty fitting. 2. Jealov – DCW (directed by – more

M.I.A. shoots her (major) lazer

February 23, 2010 in Features by EB Team

Partners in crime Switch, Diplo and M.I.A. have teamed up for yet another ghetto workout. Joining forces with Diplo and Switch’s Major Lazer alter ego(s), M.I.A. has contributed a wistful vocal to their latest, tummy rumbling, exercise in bass – Sound of Siren. Blending M.I.A.’s alt-hip-hop with Lazer’s dancehall oomph. M.I.A.’s carefree vocals ushers in – more