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Seattle-based producer Jeff McIlwain may be associated within a musical niche, but his productions under his moniker Lusine reach out far into the world of pop music. Following up on his album A Certain Distance from (2009) is his third longplayer titled The Waiting Room, which will be released on Ghostly International in 2013.
If I’m just experimenting just for the sake of experiment, it’s not worth for me”, said McIlwain in our Slices video feature. “If you’re doing something different with pop music, then this may be more experimental than covering the same territory that other artists covered with ‘experimental music’.” Watch our video feature on Lusine, taken from Slices DVD 2-10.
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Gareth Owen on Sun Araw & M. Geddes meet The Congos

April 19, 2012 in Features by EB Team

I was intrigued when I heard about about the ninth volume of RVNG INTL‘s experimental film and audio series FRKWYS (an allusion to the global-minded Folkways label that spans the generational gap between experimental musicians). To me the fragile and emotional musical collages created by US-based Cameron Stallones (Sun Araw) and M.Geddes Gengras had the – more

Unsound Festival DJ’s predict the future

February 9, 2010 in Features by EB Team

“Electronic Music will sound more organic.” This is one of eight predictions about the future of Electronic Music, suggested by artists taking place in the renowned Unsound Festival New York. For the musical extravaganza devoted to “talent and creativity” DJs, producers, promoters and composers from all over the world came to New York. Until February – more

Mix of the Day: ADULT.

June 26, 2013 in Mix of the Day by EB Team

Arch art-pop types ADULT. with a mix that takes in the patron saints of Berlin (Einstürzende Neubauten, David Bowie), Detroit techno (Der Zyklus, Carl Craig), coldwave (Kas Produkt) plus the odd wildcard (Death In June). Now that’s what we call a record collection. – more