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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:

Unicorn Kid unleashes a Tidal Rave

August 29, 2011 in Features by EB Team

Unicorn Kid has clearly been spending a lot of time on tumblr lately. The Edingurgh 8bit wunderkind’s new EP is steeped in the youth lore of the Now: yin-yangs, tie-dye, smilies, and an urge to submerge in tropicult waves of rave. We highly approve. The EP, appropriately dubbed Tidal Rave, has been steadily released on – more

Moritz Von Oswald Trio to release Horizontal Structures

December 6, 2010 in Features by EB Team

The Moritz Von Oswald Trio made up of Moritz Von Oswald, Max Loderbauer and Vladislav Delay have just announced details of their second album – Horizontal Structures. Due to be released via Honest Jon’s (a label that seems to be positioning itself at the absolute quality end of the spectrum with recent re-issues of Moondog, – more

Breakfast with Basquiat

April 20, 2012 in Features by EB Team

Prague-based filmmaker and photographer Robert Carrithers chronicled New York City in early eighties, a ceaselessly inspiring period marked by a lack money and overabundance of creativity. The Fotograf Gallery, located in Carrither’s current home town, will be exhibiting his photographs of the East Village staple Club 57 through April 20. The exhibition will culminate in – more