Rodigan mixes forthcoming Fabric comp

October 11, 2010 in Features by EB Team

Sir David ‘Ram Jam’ Rodigan has been announced as the next in a long line of illustrious Dj’s and producers who have been invited to contribute a Fabric mix CD. Rodigan will be mixing Fabriclive 54, which will be an education in roots, reggae and dancehall, marking a slight deviation form the usual forward thinking – more

What does your city sound like?

April 17, 2008 in Features by EB Team

Maybe it is the subway train outside of your window, the click-clack of high heels on cobblestones, the chatter of clubgoers on their way back home at 4 in the morning, or the blasts of music and voices out of cafés – all these sounds make up an audio-image of a city. But which sound – more

Interview: Die Lamb

September 21, 2011 in Features by Rachel Preece

Die Lamb, aka Matt Lambert is an LA-born, Berlin-based filmmaker. His films are raw, sinister, abstract and haunting. Having recently released a film for Berlin high-fashion label Umasan, we caught up with the filmmaker to talk about the Drop Dead Festival, pornography as art and German Expressionism. You recently premiered your new film Black Magick – more

Sorcerer to release second album

July 21, 2009 in Features by EB Team

Nuphonics sub-label Tirk will release the sophomore album from American electronic artist Sorcerer. Entitled “Neon Leon”, the 10 songs will be “an update of the tropical explorations of sound”. Better known as Daniel Judd and one half of Windsurf, Sorcerer released his first album “White Magic” to a small amount of reverence in 2007, and then came – more