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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:

Access All Areas: Milky Chance in Cologne

June 21, 2014 in Events by EB Team

Milky Chance have had a surreal year: a number one hit in seven countries, sold out shows and instant stardom. We head backstage at last night’s anticipated Electronic Beats concert in Cologne to find out what exactly is going on. – more

Why Delphic fired Chemical Brothers?

June 25, 2010 in Features by EB Team

In a full-length interview with ITM, Manchester three piece Delphic recently confessed to the unpleasant task of eliminating the Chemical Brothers from production duties. Singer/bassist James Cook explained that the Chemical Brothers were originally on the top of their list of people to work with for their debut album Acolyte, but things hadn’t turned out – more

Muslim punk goes legit

October 2, 2009 in Features by EB Team

A controversial new documentary titled Taqwacore: The Birth of Punk Islam will premier at the Vancouver International film festival in October, finally putting this fringe music genre on the map. Described as Muslim punk, Taqwacore finds its origins all the way back to 2003 when author Michael Muhammad Knight wrote a fictional account about a – more