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Berlin-based artist Moritz Friedrich is a man with many faces. While he’s made himself a name as a producer on labels such as Exploited Records and Monkeytown under his moniker Siriusmo, Friedrich also works as a visual artist. Whether it’s paintings, graffitis, or broken beats and techno, Siriusmo knows how to treat different canvases.

In Winter 2011, Electronic Beats Slices met up with him at his studio to talk art, music, and self-discipline. “The finishing process is really hard for me”, he said. “The goal is the record. But you have to be very disciplined, and that’s just not me.”

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Warner Music starts hiring anti piracy interns

March 31, 2010 in Features by EB Team

We recently learnt of some new insidious tactics by Warner Records Entertainment UK in order to stamp out copyright infringement and piracy. The Guardian recently reported that the major record label was actively on the look out for an ‘anti-piracy’ intern for its London offices. What does this exactly mean? Well, duties for the lucky – more

EXCLUSIVE: New album finally on the way for Peace Orchestra

May 7, 2010 in Features by EB Team

One half of Austrian chill-out superstars Kruder and Dorfmeister, Peter Kruder has exclusively announced to Electronic Beats that he plans to release a new Peace Orchestra LP this year. “I’m working on a new one. Right at the moment” Kruder told us. “I worked on it for the last four years and now I have – more

Senor Coconut – Put the lime in the coconut – Interview

June 30, 2008 in Interviews by EB Team

Uwe Schmidt, has been making Latin influenced music as Senor Coconut for over 10 years, but it wasn’t always cha-cha and bossa nova for the Frankfurt native. A drum kit, EBM and acid house all appear in a musical career that has seen him release work under 40 different aliases. On his latest album, Around – more

Field day announce first acts for 2010

February 10, 2010 in Features by EB Team

Field Day have released details of some of the artists who will be performing at the mini festival this summer. Taking place over the course of one day at its usual London location of Victoria Park, this year the festival organisers have embraced a more electronic lineup. Pantha Du Prince, Caribou (pictured above), James Holden – more