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: http://www.eb-slices.net

RISING – Water Borders

May 17, 2011 in Features by Daniel Jones

Water Borders are the opposite side of the coin from our last RISING column. If o F F brings the pop, these guys bring the pain. Comprised of SanFran power-artists Amitai Heller and Loric Sih, the duo have been making waves in the black sea of nu-goth since early last year. The two emerged from – more

The DIY music world behind the Iron Curtain

October 7, 2011 in Features by EB Team

We all know about the great masters of electronic music, the forward-thinking pioneers of its era – the Bob Moogs of yore who utilized their knowledge from engineering and physics to create eerily sounding sound-making equipment. Little renowned, however, is what was going on in this respect behind the Iron Curtain. The Czech Republic had – more

Nicolas Jaar remixes The Bees

December 30, 2010 in Features by EB Team

Jaar Jaar, we know Nicolas Jaar is everywhere at the moment – but we are massive fans at Electronic Beats, and in the post Christmas pre New Year no man’s land we couldn’t resist bring you news of yet another one of his remixes – and a rather unusual one at that as it is – more

Electronic Beats helps with music

December 11, 2009 in 2009 by EB Team

On the 15th of December Electronic Beats will be presenting the Musik HILFT charity a cheque for €5000 at 4010 Store, a lifestyle Telekom store in Berlin Mitte. Claudia Jonas (Projektmanager Electronic Beats/Brand Properties Deutsche Telekom AG) will present the cheque to Christopher von Deylen, also known as the artist Schiller, on behalf of Musik – more