Daniel Myer

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What greater testament to a band’s vast and varied back catalogue than the simple fact that it can be mined for not just one Mix of the Day treatment, but two—and that those two can be completely different. It was back in February that we ran our first Depeche Mode-dedicated Mix of the Day. Back then, Grizzly did the honours, assembling a mix of classics and obscure cuts into an excellent DM primer. The worked so well that we wanted to tease the format a little further, this time calling upon Daniel Myer to explore the weird world of remixes and live takes.

1. “Question Of Lust” (Livestepper)
2. “Black Celebration” (Black Tulip Mix)
3. “Waiting For The Night” (Magnetic Field Remix)
4. “In Your Room” (Live)
5. “In Chains” (Alan Wilder Remix)
6. “The Darkest” Star (Monolake Remix)
7. “Stripped” (Highland Mix)
8. “Sacred” (Kernfusion)
9. “Behind The Wheel” (DJ Bong 15Mix)
10. “Get The Balance Right” (12″ Mix)
11. “Never Let Me Down Again” (Split Mix)
12. “Lie To Me” (2006 Remastered)
13. “Leave In Silence” (Claro Intelecto Remix)
14. “In Chains” (Myer Dubmix)

Fast Food 6

September 15, 2012 in Fast Food by Max Dax and Thomas Schoenberger
Electronic Beats - Fast Food 6

Fast Food is a new, regular feature on EB.net by Thomas Schoenberger and Max Dax. Every Saturday you can read a new piece of a sophisticated ongoing conversation about cooking, traditions and how to read the menu of any given restaurant. It is a discussion about disappearing spaces and why so many chefs listen to Miles Davis’ so-called ‘electric period’ after – more

Salem: The sun also rises

November 1, 2011 in Features by EB Team

SALEM have been on a bit of a limp dick lately. A slew of forgettable remixes and baffling nonsense like ‘King Night‘s truck fetishism have made us a bit leery of the Michigan trio’s output, especially considering how much we adore their 2010 debut LP King Night. We’re firmly in the ‘like’ camp on their – more

BLISSED OUT drops new EP

October 20, 2011 in Features by EB Team

BLISSED OUT hails from NYC, but his beats are as cold as the Arctic wastes. “ICE to meet you” they say as they march over your corpse. Somewhere between the grim chug of witched-out industrial, the ghetto gothery of hip-hop, and the paranoid highs of trance sits I, the latest EP from the young producer. – more