Mix of the Day: James Blake

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This April saw James Blake play the Gdansk edition of the Electronic Beats Festival, and what a show it was. This 20 minute live recording captures the atmosphere and the spacious sonics of his performance that night, with Blake’s insinuating, cherubic vocals on ‘Never Learnt to Share’ and ‘Limit to Your Love’ resonating throughout the venue with a piercing clarity. Want more? You can also read a review from the night here.

Dissonance: Day 11

May 8, 2012 in Columns by Max Dax

Day 11 April 20 “Could I please get my burger grilled rare?” Schneider kindly asked the waiter at the Blockhouse restaurant in Karl-Liebknecht-Straße. But the waiter replied: “We always serve our burgers well done. This is according to German hygienic law.” Schneider didn’t understand: “But when I eat a burger at Hasir Burger or at – more

New mixtape by The Very Best

May 9, 2011 in Features by EB Team

This year Mothers Day became Super Mom Day thanks to Esau Mwamwaya and Radioclit aka The Very Best who dropped an ace new mixtape called Super Mom Mixtape. Since 2008 the duo have earned a lot of fame for their debut mix Esau Mwamwaya and Radioclit are the Very Best, which went kind of “platinum” – more

Mouse On Mars new on Monkeytown

November 14, 2011 in Features by EB Team

Over the last decade, Mouse On Mars have become one of the leading names in European electronic music: releasing an inspired blend of IDM, krautrock, disco, and ambient sounds with a heavy dollop of analog synth. Now news has appeared that the duo will be joining the highly remarkable Berlin-based label Monkeytown. Home to the – more

Rustie plays with Horst & Groove this Saturday

October 27, 2011 in Features by EB Team

The future has now been three years in the making. It was in September 2008 when Wireblock records hit us with their third catalogue number overall, and it went straight through the roof: Rustie‘s ‘Zig-Zag’ sounded as if it was directly exported from obscure video console games. Since then the young fella behind the pseudonym, – more