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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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TODAY WE LIKE: Parkour Motion Reel

February 3, 2010 in Features by EB Team

Elegant, smooth and efficient – in a best case scenario, this is what Parkour should look like. The sport, introduced to the world by French actor David Belle, makes people master their city simply by using their body strength. This phenomenon has now been adapted into a stop-motion video by graphic design student Serene Teh – more

Ukraine welcomes the world to Kazantip Republic

June 2, 2010 in Features by EB Team

If you’re swinging by East Europe this summer, make sure you get around to one of the most adventurous festivals in the world, Kazantip Republic. Based in the beautiful Crimean Black Sea coast, the festival, which has been around for the last eighteen years, has picked up a reputation for somewhere to completely get away – more

Alec Empire vs. Electronic Beats

June 27, 2011 in Interviews by Michael Lutz

When Atari Teenage Riot started out in early 90s, they were seen both as musical innovators and political agitators amongst the left. Frontman Alec Empire, designed a sound so fast and aggressive that it made contemporairies like The Prodigy look like softies. Not only in Berlin but as well in Japan, USA and other parts – more