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:

Speech Debelle picks up the Mercury Prize

September 9, 2009 in Features by EB Team

The Mercury Music Prize has once again taken an unpredictable turn by anointing unknown hip hop artist Speech Debelle as the winner for 2009. Before the win, the female South Londoner’s debut album “Speech Therapy”, which was released in June, sold fewer than 3,000 copies and went largely unnoticed. Considering the high profile of some – more

24 hours in Budapest: Gábor Csabai (part two of six)

April 16, 2013 in Monologues by Gábor Csabai
24 hours in Budapest: Gábor Csabai

Nowhere is the contrast between the progressive drive of Hungary’s creative class and the current government’s reactionary politics more visible than in the capital Budapest. This is the second of a six-part series where we meet protagonists from the city’s art, music and cultural scenes who remain optimistic about their futures amidst the crisis. – more

Electronic Beats presents Bryan Ferry in review

December 9, 2011 in 2011 by EB Team

  The Admiralspalast in Berlin was the setting last night for the much anticipated performance by Bryan Ferry, presented by Electronic Beats. A show by one of the world’s most stylish and iconic pop stars was on the cards and with some familiar faces from the previous evening’s retrospective photo exhibition in attendance, there were – more

Jamie Lidell uses his compass

February 10, 2010 in Features by EB Team

Quirky British singer Jamie Lidell will funkify us once again with a new album this spring entitled Compass. The singer travelled to Beck’s home studio in L.A. initially for the Record Club project. However, further inspiration struck whilst he was there, and he went on to complete Compass in New York and Canada. Like-minded artists – more