Lusine

in Feature, Slices by Slices Magazine about

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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Slovensko! Electronic Beats Festival 2012 is coming!

May 2, 2012 in 2012 by EB Team

Bratislava’s in for an epic night. After hitting the city with performances by Apparat Band, WhoMadeWho and Lamb last October, Electronic Beats Festival will be back with a vengeance on May 12th, in an exciting, ‘new’ venue. Refinery Gallery, located in the city’s industrial district, is a redesigned machinery hall of Slovakia’s foremost petroleum company, – more

A decade of Flying Lotus

December 31, 2009 in Features by EB Team
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The final day, of the final year of the first decade of the 21st Century. If you are not planning on attending any parties tonight and instead want to save yourself for some after hours carnage, then here is the perfect soundtrack for a quiet night in. Brainfeeder brings you a decade of hidden gems – more

ONES TO WATCH – Dent May & His Magnificent Ukulele

September 3, 2009 in Features by EB Team

It’s not often that Berlin audience members gleefully smile at each other in the midst of a rock show, shimmy with no semblance of self-consciousness, and cast looks of love towards a young bespectacled crooner from Mississippi who is passionately strumming a tiny electric ukulele. But last night, retro revivalists Dent May & His Magnificent – more