Recent Articles with Bass Music
We are very pleased to announce that Kevin Martin, Roger Robinson and Kiki Hitomi, better know as King Midas Sound, will be taking over the editorial reigns of Electronic Beats on November 2nd. Yup, you read that right. All of the reviews features and news stories you read on the days will have been created – more
Coming out as self-released white label earlier this year, ‘Luv Luv’ is an exercise is broken digital soul and pulsating melancholy that snaps around your head before making it’s way down to your feet. With the release of his next E.P – Love You Up coming on PMR at the end of this month, Two – more
Jamie xx and visual artist Quayola recently brought their new audio visual project to the Classic Car Club Shoreditch in East London. Utilising two massive 15-metre screens the visuals were created using Quayola’s unique Partitura software. You can watch below Quayola’s interpretation of the new Jamie xx’s song ‘Progress’ an instrumental which he created for – more
Little is known of this ominously-named trio, though I hear they like to work into the dead of night and are fond of bedroom beats. They have been working double time recently to produce finer remixes and more original tracks, their production is now more pristine than it’s ever been. They are currently signed to – more
Berlin based Robot Koch – machines man in Jahcoozi and all round Jedi beat master is going to release his third full length album in November. Called the Other Side, on first impressions the album seems to be inflected with cinematic flourishes, dank atmospheres and twitchy, nervous rhythms that still have the fibres of pop – more
Electronic Beats Slices Feature about Snuff Crew. Taken from Slices Issue 4-10. More Slices features here. Electronic Beats YouTube Channel. DVD Online orders.
The once steady vessel named dubstep seemed to be heading for the rocks earlier this year. No compass, no captain, no safe haven. However, thanks to fresh directions from the likes of Mount Kimbie, Darkstar, Pariah and James Blake, the genre got back on course. To the rather poppy turn dubstep recently took, Hugh Jones – more