Slices – Richie Hawtin documentary

Slices – Pioneers Of Electronic Music Vol. 1 – Richie Hawtin
The launch of this DVD special series, Slices – Pioneers of Electronic Music celebrates in detail the life and work of prominent artists or “pioneers” in the global electronic music scene. The first edition is a documentary film based on electronic producer, performer and industry icon, Richie Hawtin. The film draws from the important stages and events in Richie Hawtin’s personal and artistic life, revealing the journey of an introverted and transplanted computerminded teen that develops by way of Detroit’s radio and records fueled by pure driven passion into a successful techno-entrepreneur and global DJ entertainer. Assembling an extensive archive of both new and un-released photos, video and exclusive interviews, the film provides an extraordinary insight into the life and career of one of t

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Interview: Ital

June 6, 2012 in Features

June finds rising Washington-born and Brooklyn-based producer Ital (aka Daniel Martin-McCormick) back in Europe, on tour with his 100% Silk labelmates. Before he became Ital, Martin-McCormick was involved with Mi Ami and The Black Keys, as well as his own brand of the synthpop experimentalism with Sex Worker before releasing successful records like 2011′s Ital’s – more

Orbital get wonky with Zola Jesus

January 18, 2012 in Features

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May 25, 2011 in Features

Though still fairly new, LA’s Sean Bowie has been generating massive interest around blogs since he started dropping tracks as TEAMS in early 2010. It’s no wonder, as his sound is a distilled amalgamation of everything blog-friendly in the last few years: catchy, beach-friendly, lo-fi jams, music videos heavy with ’90s web animations and skewed – more