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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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Jazzanova ask you to like (and crowdfund) a band

March 23, 2012 in Features by EB Team

69 days and 67.519 Euros to go: Jazzanova, Berlin’s electronica-meets-jazz collective are currently crowdfunding their planned documentary film ‘Like a Band’, and you can be part of that film. The film aims to portray the 15 year long history of Jazzanova, from its early beginnings in the mid 90s and their label Sonar Kollektiv to – more

24 hours in Budapest: Gábor Csabai (part two of six)

April 16, 2013 in Monologues by Gábor Csabai
24 hours in Budapest: Gábor Csabai

Nowhere is the contrast between the progressive drive of Hungary’s creative class and the current government’s reactionary politics more visible than in the capital Budapest. This is the second of a six-part series where we meet protagonists from the city’s art, music and cultural scenes who remain optimistic about their futures amidst the crisis. – more