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What started out as a student project in 1997 quickly transformed into one of the leading producers of electronic musical instruments. Gothenburg-based synthesizer company Elektron builds music machine that “are designed to shorten the distance between man and machine”, as Elektrons Daniel Troberg explains in during our Slices DVD Magazine “Tech Talk” interview.
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10 x 4 – Valentin Stip

July 21, 2011 in Interviews by EB Team

Valentin Stip is the first proper signing to Nicolas Jaar‘s Clown & Sunset label. Born in Paris but raised in Montreal, a background playing classical piano was a springboard for Valentin’s explorations in electronic sounds which soon caught the ear of Jaar. Field recordings and a lightly synthesized touch combine wih deft percussion – his – more

TOUGH AT THE TOP – Renaat Vandepapeliere / R&S Records

June 12, 2008 in Features by EB Team

Back in the day, R&S Records were hailed as dance music pioneers. They unleashed Detroit techno on an unsuspecting European audience and were key players in the first rave revolution. Then after more than a decade at the top, they sold out, burned out and faded from view. Now, with a new digital strategy and – more

Dieter Meier – Out of Chaos

March 14, 2012 in Interviews by EB Team

Dieter Meier is the instantly recognisable front man of electronic music pioneers Yello. Working in conjunction with producer Boris Blank, Yello have been responsible for numerous underground dance and pop crossover hits including ‘Oh Yeah’, ‘The Race’ and ‘You Gotta Say Yes to Another Excess’. However Meier is more than just one half of Yello. – more

Josh Wink gets peeled down and remixed

January 18, 2010 in Features by EB Team

American techno DJ and producer Josh Wink is soon to release Remixed & Peeled, featuring artists reworking tracks from his 2009 album When A Banana Was Just A Banana. Radio Slave, Château Flight and Agoria are just some of the names picked by Wink to reinterpret tracks from his fourth studio album. Wink’s involvement in – more