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“It’s challenging to put as much content into techno. I think that the club could be a much more utopian place than it is nowadays.” Glitterbug aka Till Rohmann stakes out his territory between subtle minimal beats and uplifting house or even early acid influences. In this Slices Feature he talks about his club visions while climbing into a dripstone cave. Watch now in 1080p HD! For more Slices features head over to our Youtube Channel. If enjoy the good old shiny DVD format, then order here:

Renaissance goes belly up?

September 15, 2010 in Features by EB Team

Respected house imprint Renaissance has rumored to be finally closing the curtains on its operations. As of this week, London-based insolvency firm ReSolve Partners LLP sent out a notice stating that the imprint had gone into administration. Started out in 1994 by founder Geoff Oakes, Renaissance was tightly linked to the mix CD trend as – more presents an electronic geography lesson

November 20, 2009 in Features by EB Team

Four regions, two countries and one CD is how digital vendor describes their ambitious new North/South/East/West project. The limited edition CD will feature some of the most original and eclectic electronic talents in the US and UK: Daedelus, Hudson Mohawke, Flying Lotus and Skream. Young British photographer Shaun Bloodworth and designer Stuart Hammersley travelled – more

c/o Pop: OMD announce last minute show for Spex Live

June 24, 2010 in Features by EB Team

UK Synth pop pioneers OMD have been announced as last minute guests of Spex Live at C/O Pop in Cologne this Friday.Fresh from announcing their first new studio album in 14 years, History Of Modern, which is due to be released September 17, the duo of Andy McClusky and Paul Humphreys will first be taking – more