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If you had your radios locked to FluxFM on Thursday evening, chances are you would’ve heard this mix by P.Toile. The founder of the Startbeat shop in Kiel, Germany, has been exploring the electronic music scene since the early ’90s. But it was her activities in Paris, where she met the Trenton label founder Reynold, that led to her own production work and her move to Lebanon, where her To Beirut parties became so popular that they were hosted in some of Europe’s most renowned clubs. After moving back to Germany (Berlin this time, naturally) in 2005 she refined her funky electro sound, as her releases on Trenton, Drehstrom, Gold und Liebe, Channel Records, and Gasoline Recs can attest!~

Kiki Hitomi: My favorite album covers

November 2, 2011 in Features by EB Team

We knew that Kiki Hitomi had a background in illustration and design, so who better to ask about album covers? The King Midas Sound vocalist weighs in on the album designs that inspire and influence her. London Is The Place For Me Part 2 My second hometown, London city. I even have this poster in – more

EB Video Premier: Para One – Lean On Me

May 10, 2012 in Features by EB Team

You might not know it, but the man behind Para One, Jean-Baptiste de Laubier, is also a film director, and we’re pleased to premiere his latest music video for his Teki Latex collaboration ‘Lean On Me’. In fact, it’s given us summer fever thanks to the sunny electropop beats bubbling beneath synthesized vocals. Set in – more

Win tickets to see Donna Summer

July 3, 2009 in Features by EB Team

Two pairs of lucky disco fans now have a chance to win tickets to see living legend Donna Summer at Electronic Beats Classics on July 30. To qualify, just send a thoughtful paragraph to win@electronicbeats.net about what it would mean for you to see Donna Summer’s first solo show in Berlin. Additionally, one respondent will – more

Diplo’s new track features Nicky Da B

March 14, 2012 in Features by EB Team

Even though some may argue Diplo is on the dark side now, for me the Gringo from Philadelphia still represents the more positive aspects of globalization. Sure, we’ve got the Internet, which is a never-ending fountain of different musical styles from all around the globe, but a curator like Diplo really helps. He is the – more