Dave Aju

in Feature, Slices by Slices Magazine about

It was a warm sunny afternoon in Berlin when the Electronic Beats Slices team met up with San Francisco-based DJ and producer Marc Barrite aka Dave Aju in Berlin. Near Kreuzberg’s river Landwehrkanal Dave Aju sat down for an interview on music production and the fusion of house with hip-hop. Afterwards it was vinyl only: watch Dave Aju visiting Phono Phono and crate digging at Holy’s Hit Records, Heisse Scheiben, 33 RPM Store and other Berlin vinyl destinations.

 

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69 with Carl Craig

May 25, 2011 in Features by EB Team

For the first time ever, legendary Detroit techno producer Carl Craig is on tour under his 69 alias. Celebrating the 20th anniversary of his Planet-E imprint, he’s bringing out classic tracks, mind-melting visuals and masks to add another level of stimulation to what promise to be some of the best live sets you’ll see all – more

Disco will never die

September 18, 2008 in Features by EB Team

Get ready disco fans (that means me, you and any one else who likes dance music)! And We Danced is a documentary about what is arguably one of the most important musical movement of the last 30 years – punk gave us a new attitude, but did it really create anything new? Disco changed the – more

Dnte’s surreal wonky melodies

January 4, 2012 in Interviews by Andras G. Varga

Blending classic instruments with beats, synths, violin and vocals Berlin based Hungarian producer Norbert Karsai aka Dnte makes compositions of wonky grooves and enchanting melodies. His is a mixture of different styles that results in cinematic sound and surreal atmospheric textures. Recently he released his debut LP Wake Me Up on Resistant Mindz Records. Listen – more

RISING – Psychic Dancehall

June 3, 2011 in Features by Moritz Gayard

The internet has done it again. It’s good to be a fan of music in this digital age. We followed a Twitter feed from Dirty Beaches that read “check out my buddy Chuck’s new project w/his fiance” and that’s how we discovered Psychic Dancehall. There’s not much info available, but their name presumably comes from – more