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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:

10 x 4 – Ghosts on Tape

September 14, 2012 in Interviews

We set the straight-talking Bay Area producer ten questions, ranging from politics, fame, coffee and the importance of sketchy fun. In his own words “fuck that shit, LET’S RAVE.” – more

Electronic Beats Magazine – new issue imminent!

June 10, 2011 in Features

The first edition of the revitalized Electronic Beats magazine will be hitting the shelves shortly with a fresh editorial approach from new editor-in-chief Max Dax and his team. According to it’s motto “Conversations on essential issues”, the new magazine will be in dialogue form and will feature a discussion between Max and curator Hans Ulrich – more

Throbbing Buddha

September 29, 2009 in Features

The Buddha box is a small device that plays loops of blissful ambient music. Hypnotic, charming and cute, the box is popular with everyone from gadget geeks to music producers. Throbbing Gristle are the droning, confrontational art noise band whose seminal album 20 Jazz Funk Greats featured the band posing at UK suicide spot Beachy – more

The alphabet according to WestBam

May 22, 2012 in Lists, Monologues

In the early nineties, Maximilian Lenz, alias WestBam, helped usher in an era of euphoric, post-reunification revelry in German techno, one that redefined the country’s image abroad. Move over philosophy, fascism and fussball—make room for the Love Parade. Named after his role model Afrika Bambaataa (cf. Westfalia Bambaataa), the Münster-born DJ and producer was never – more