DJ Bootsie

in Mix of the Day by EB Radio about

No, not as in “Collins“. Todays’ “Humdrum” mix comes from DJ Bootsie, a formative power and active performer in the Hungarian hip-hop scene. Bootsie isn’t only a DJ, however; he’s also been commissioned to score various film and theater projects, the most famous being a rescoring of two essential movements from the Hungarian opera Laszlo Hunyadi. His hip-hop group DJ Bootsie Quartet has toured as a trio, but also with a 12-piece orchestra. We can promise such epic movements in this mix, but we think you should listen to it anyway. ~

We’re here for your entertainment!

March 25, 2008 in Features by EB Team

You have already gotten a glimpse at how the Electronic Beats Festival in Prague went, but there are many things you haven’t seen yet! Click here to see the exclusive “highlights” podcast of the Festival, including clips from the artists performing – such as The Man No. 9, above – and the party crowd at – more

Serge Santiago Interview

January 16, 2009 in Interviews by EB Team

Serge Santiago has arguably done as much as anyone to draw attention to the joys of early electronic music, and more specifically italo disco. From humble beginnings playing pubs in his home town of Brighton, Serge’s career as a DJ started at pretty much the same time as he started producing with the DJ’ing providing – more

Shackleton is always a welcome guest – CANCELLED

January 18, 2012 in Features by EB Team

We just got informed that Shackleton had to cancel his gig due to an illness in his family. We wish him and his family all the best. This is the official statement: We have to inform you, with great sorrow in hearts, that the planned live-act from Shackleton for Friday the 20th of Jan is – more

Burial and Four Tet unleash a super ‘Nova’

March 5, 2012 in Features by EB Team

It’s been a big year for fans of Burial, and we’re only in March. The UK producer just dropped his latest EP Kindred; now he’s released a collaboration with Four Tet (the first since their Thom Yorke-assisted 12″ last year.) Titled ‘Nova’, it echoes the more rave-influenced side of both producers, though Burial influence is – more