Troels Abrahamsen

in Feature, Slices by Slices Magazine about

“You always have to make sure that you’re not dependent on a creative output—because then it’ll be just another job.” — Troels Abrahamsen feature, taken from Slices Issue 3-12. Available in 1080p HD video. Watch more Slices features on our Youtube Channel. Order the DVD online: http://www.eb-slices.net.

 

Fast Food 5

September 8, 2012 in Fast Food by Max Dax and Thomas Schoenberger
Electronic Beats - Fast Food 5

Fast Food is a new, regular feature on EB.net by Thomas Schoenberger and Max Dax. Every Saturday you can read a new piece of a sophisticated ongoing conversation about cooking, traditions and how to read the menu of any given restaurant. It is a discussion about disappearing spaces and why so many chefs listen to Miles Davis’ so-called ‘electric period’ after – more

The EB guide to Berlin Festival 2011, which you can win 2 tickets to!

August 26, 2011 in Features by EB Team

Festival season is nearly over but the best is yet to come! Early september sees this year’s edition of Berlin Festival take place at the historic innercity airport Tempelhof – spitting distance from Kreuzberg’s club culture and Berlin Music Week. A festival can’t be much more urban than this one – and luckily the artist – more

RISING – o FF

May 11, 2011 in Features by EB Team

Although still relatively new (outside the ADD-addled blogosphere anyway) the precocious quasi-genre Witch House has already broken and splintered into several distinct camps: the noisy and goth-obsessed, the barely-trying remixers, and the unapologetic pop worshippers. o F F is firmly in the latter camp. The project of Simon (1/2 of French duo oFF/GR†LLGR†LL and Gay – more

Ladytron prepare new album

March 31, 2011 in Features by EB Team

Long term synth lovers Ladytron have just announced details of their latest album to be released later this year. Gravity the Seducer is the follow up to 2008′s Velocifero and was recorded in the UK with Barny Barnicott (Arctic Monkeys). Their eighth studio effort apparently has a more dream-like quality than their previous efforts as – more