Richard Bartz

in Slices, Tech Talk by Slices Magazine about

“My approach to working, my attitude, have always seperated me a little bit from the scene, it’s just a very personal thing.”, says german producer Richard Bartz. What exactly this personal take on production means reveals this Tech Talk Slices feature! Bartz is also running the label Kurbel Records and is deemed to be one of the founders of a sound that became known as Munich Techno. Watch more Slices features on our Youtube Channel. Order the DVD online:

2012 Editor’s Picks: Louise Brailey

December 24, 2012 in Reviews by Louise Brailey

2012 was an exemplary year for music. Much like 2010, and 2009 and 2011. In fact, if you ever think an arbitrarily demarcated 365 days has been a shitty period for releases, you’re not looking hard enough or you’re reading the wrong publications—or you buy all your CDs from supermarkets. Meanwhile, in the real world…. – more

Richie Hawtin’s questionable ventures

May 14, 2009 in Features by EB Team

In celebration of the recent announcement that M-nus’s Richie Hawtin will enter the fashion ring for the second time, we thought that we would recount with the help of Fact magazine the questionable ventures that Mr. Hawtin has undertaken over the last few years.   Firstly, the Richly.Hawtin collection is a collaboration with strategically named – more

Christian Naujoks dials 022012

December 29, 2011 in Features by EB Team

Listening to music might set you on the wrong track especially with Lübeck-raised, Leipzig and Weimar-educated and Berlin-Hamburg-based composer, singer and visual artist Christian Naujoks. Focussing on dodecaphonism, minimalism, and classical composition, Naujoks created quite a stir with his debut album Untitled, released on Hamburg’s house institution Dial Records in 2009. There weren’t that many – more

JD Twitch slips into a trance

March 8, 2012 in Features by EB Team

Here’s something nice and dreamy for a Thursday afternoon. One half of DJ and production partnership Optimo, JD Twitch, has put together a “trance” mix for The White Lights mix-blog. Aiming to wrestle back the moniker form years of misuse he has put together a transcendent collection that includes everything from the KLF to Luke – more