Alexander Robotnick

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Maurizio Dami is one of those producers that can honestly say “Been there, done that”. The Italian musician has been releasing music since the ’80s under his moniker Alexander Robotnick, and his cult track “Problèmes D’Amour” helped shape the sound of house music and Italo disco.

“(In the past days of music production) you couldn’t change everything later,” Robotnick explains in our Slices Magazine DVD feature from 2009. “You needed a clear idea about your work—once it was recorded, it was recorded, no chance to change it.”

Watch Alexander Robotnick’s Slices video feature, taken from Slices Issue 1-09. Find even more Slices features and live videos over at our Youtube Channel, or buy the DVD.

Jamaica documentary ‘Journey To Jah’ needs support

September 23, 2011 in Features by EB Team

Directors Noël Dernesch and Moritz Springer have spent over six (!) years on their ‘Journey to Jah’ documentary which follows the journey of two reggae singers – German-born Gentleman and Italian-born Alborosie – on their search for faith and spirituality in Jamaica. The two foreign-born reggae artists found visions of a better world in the faith – more

Trent Reznor covers Bryan Ferry

December 1, 2011 in Features by EB Team

Uhhuh. You did read that right. The man behind Nine Inch Nails, mega-producer and general go-to guy for industrial sounds and movie soundtracks Trent Reznor will be covering Bryan Ferry on the soundtrack to Stieg Larsson’s The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. “Is Your Love Strong Enough” was originally released by Ferry in 1986 for – more

10 x 4 – Pinkunoizu

December 12, 2011 in Interviews by Moritz Gayard

Pinkunoizu – which means “pink noise” in Japanese – is a Copenhagen/Berlin-based difficult-to-categorize band who dropped their acclaimed debut album Free Time Volume One last year via Moringside Records. Their Peep EP was recently released as a limited and already sold-out 12? through Full Time Hobby and crosses so many musical boundaries that we were – more