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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April 30, 2010 in Features by EB Team

It’s that time of the month again where we share with you the songs that have been keeping us going on the office as we most definitely move into the summer. From hip-hop to glitch-pop we hope you enjoy sharing the songs that have sound tracked our April. The EB Office team is: Carlos de – more

Herclues and Love Affair debut new track

December 2, 2010 in Features by EB Team

As we reported a couple of months ago Hercules and Love Affair are just in the process of getting ready to release their second album – Blue Songs. Featuring a whole host of new faces, songs, ideas and a rumoured move away from disco to house sounds the band have been holed up in Austria – more

My Panda Shall Fly + Benjamin Jackson release new EP and video

March 16, 2012 in Features by EB Team

Beginning his flying last year with his debut EP Sorry I Took So Long and remixes by producers such as Dam Mantle, Throwing Snow or Nightwave, My Panda Shall Fly is even more on the wing in 2012. London via Sri-Lanka audio-visual artist and producer Suren Seneviratne aka MPSF was also featured in our 2011 – more

Another new track from The Weeknd

June 16, 2011 in Features by EB Team

More eagerly awaited material from Canadian R&B project The Weeknd, this time in the form of a Youtube track titled ‘Birds (Part 1)’. A military drumbeat forms the spine of this bouncy track, giving it a jaunty, summery feel that goes perfectly with the beautiful weather. We suspect this one will be on the upcoming – more