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“We’re living in interesting times at the moment because it is a challenge for music right now. One thinks everthing has been there already, but that is never the case. You have to look carefully. At any moment something different can be totally sought after, and something else can be out.”

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Chris Brown and Calvin Harris: BEEF

October 7, 2010 in Features by EB Team

How does the saying go? “…. makes the world go round?” Gossip, of course, makes the world go round. Please excuse us whilst we indulge – it’s not often we do, but when we do it is definitely worth the whisper. Chris Brown once famed for being an all dancing, all singing, ball of teenage – more

LCD Soundsystem causing trials and tribulations 

November 20, 2008 in Features by EB Team

LCD Soundsystem is causing trials and tribulations these days. Breakup? New projects? Different name? Further album? …    Let’s quickly summarize the latest news:    Al Doyle, LCD Soundsystem’s guitarist and member of Hot Chip , recently stated that he doesn’t think James Murphy – head behind LCD Soundsystem and co-founder of New York based DFA Records – more

Bloc Weekend announces line up

December 17, 2009 in Features by EB Team

British music festival Bloc Weekend recently announced an impressive line up for next March. Almost every genre in dance and electronic music will be covered, with artists ranging from Skream and Benga to glitch heads Autechre, BPitch Control mistress Ellen Allien and electro prince Luke Vibert. With news arriving that saucy female rappers Salt-N-Pepa are – more

When Saints Go Machine premiere new video Parix

October 6, 2011 in Features by EB Team

The Danish group and EB favourites – they played at our Prague festival in June – have unveiled a new video for their track Parix from their latest album Konkylie. Directed by up-and-coming Danish director Daniel Kragh-Jacobsen, Parix is a gritty story reminescent of Andrea Arnold´s 21st century urban social dramas. Displaying distinctive visual aesthetics, – more