Egyptian Lover

“My influence of music goes way back in the early ’80s. Kraftwerk definitely, a lot of Prince, a lot of Funk, Soul, R&B from back in the early ’80s and mixing all that together with the Kraftwerk beat. The ‘Numbers’ beat is really what turned me on to Electronic Music.”

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Interview: DJ Palotai

October 14, 2011 in Interviews
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Budapest’s electronic music scene undoubtedly wouldn’t be as colourful and diverse without DJ Palotai. Renown for starting ‘Tilos Az Á’, the most important underground club of the early 90’s in the post-communist era, he also co-founded ‘Tilos’ in 1991, the very first independent civil radio. DJ Palotai can be described as godfather of a subculture – more

Daft Punk record 24 new tracks

July 31, 2009 in Features

Although purists claim cult classic Tron can’t be tampered with, this news might just change their minds. French superstars and ‘80s revivalists Daft Punk have recorded 24 new tracks for the sequel, titled Tron 2: Legacy. The groundbreaking 1982 animation hit was originally scored by electronic music icon Wendy Carlos. To make things even more – more

Cold Cave Cherishes The Years with new LP

January 21, 2011 in Features

We reported in 2009 that Cold Cave had been signed to indie label Matador for their debut album – the excellent Love Comes Close and now the band are getting ready to release their follow up LP Cherish the Light Years. Guests on the new album include Yeah Yeah Yeahs‘ Nick Zinner and members of – more

Join the Electronic Beats Festival season 2012

February 27, 2012 in 2012

Hear, hear, ladies and gentlemen, dear beloved audience, circus lovers, and hippodrome guests: we’d love to welcome you to the upcoming Electronic Beats festivities in 2012. As every year, we have lined up the best artists and performers and we’re bringing them to a town near you. Confirmed so far, 2012 will see live shows – more