Glitterbug

in Feature, Slices by Slices Magazine about

“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: http://www.eb-slices.net.

Frank Leder goes Galicia

October 4, 2011 in Features

Frank Leder wants to teach you some geography. The German fashion designer’s latest collection is based around the idea of ‘a place that time forgot’, remembered only in photographs and memories. Evoking the spirit of the Eastern European area of Galicia, the collection is reminiscent of the dress styles and moods of the area’s inhabitants: – more

2012 Editor’s Picks:
Michael Aniser

December 28, 2012 in Reviews
Electronic Beats - 2012 Editor's Picks: Michael Aniser

For me, 2012 was about going out and constantly discovering new things, and to be honest, I got a bit tired of blogs and the “posting things first” approach of most of them… – more

ONES TO WATCH – Canyons

July 14, 2010 in Features

Welcome to the world of Canyons, where nothing is quite as it seems. Formed by school friends Leo and Ryan, Canyons are a slow-burning story of success who have built a word of mouth reputation through little more than their music, which has been carefully and slowly eased into this world from another dimension. With – more

BPitch Control releases Melt! video

August 4, 2009 in Features

2009 was arguably the biggest year yet for Germany’s Melt! festival, with some people describing the experience as literally life changing. With acts from Oasis to Phoenix, The Whitest Boy Alive to Aphex Twin, the three-day event was notable for its huge attendance and an even bigger line up. One of the record labels that – more