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Hear Lee Gamble Rework Suuns

  Canadian band Suuns got the Lee Gamble reconstruction treatment on their new track “Brainwash”. It’s an elegiac drone work that seems to lead inward and catches little fractions of rhythms just in the right moments. Suuns’ new album Hold/Still is out on April 15 on Secretly Canadian. If you want to get a bit more … Continued

Lee Gamble Reveals Details of Inaugural Label Release

Jungle deconstructionist and PAN staple Lee Gamble has finally revealed that the first record on his own new label, UIQ, will come out on September 11. We first heard clips of the forthcoming debut by Latvian SHAPE member N1L about a whole year ago, when Gamble played them on his NTS show. In addition to this … Continued

This Podcast Will Have You Rethinking The Order Of Sound

Publishing house, Urbanomic has built up a fine reputation for releasing writing that upends conventional wisdom on a whole range of topics, from politics, philosophy, gambling and even cooking. In their most recent book, The Order of Sounds: A Sonorous Archipelago, author François J. Bonnet, who also composes under alter ego Kassel Jaeger and works at the legendary GRM in Paris, poses … Continued

Enjoy Experimental Music At An Italian Villa With Terraforma

Terraforma, which is perhaps Italy’s most exciting experimental music festival, has announced its first wave of performers. The list includes storied New York performance artist Charlemagne Palestine, dub don Adrian Sherwood, deep techno guru and Labyrinth go-to Donato Dozzy and jungle deconstructionist Lee Gamble, as well as acts that cover a range of styles and moods, like Biosphere, … Continued

Listen To Kabuki’s Jungle/Drum ‘N’ Bass Takeover On EB Radio

This week we heard a lot of talk about Skee Mask’s LP for Ilian Tape, and the ecstatic response to that record speaks to the increasingly potent role breakbeats play in refreshing contemporary techno and dance music. Thus there’s no better time to draft a longstanding junglist like Kabuki for a takeover on EB Radio. … Continued

Decoding Marvin Minsky’s Music For Computers

Marvin Minsky was a leading authority in artificial intelligence research. He founded and presided over MIT’s AI Project, a playground for the most futuristic ideas merging technology and humanism. His approach relied heavily on the development of symbol-manipulating systems, and musical notation was influential to his ideas for translating music in computer language. The system developed under Minsky’s guidance by … Continued

Editors’ Choice: September 27th, 2013

Want to know what’s been going into the ears of EBHQ? Here’s this week’s selection featuring tracks and mixes from Paul St. Hilaire, Heatsick, Jam City and Kyle Hall.

EB Magazine Winter 2012: Out now

For our cold-weather edition, Electronic Beats Magazine has put together perhaps its most varied issue of 2012, featuring names like Gary Numan, Laurel Halo, Madlib, Grimes… well, perhaps you should take a look and see just what’s in store for you.

Interview: Bill Kouligas

The Greek Bill Kouligas lives in Berlin where he moved to from London three years ago. From there he runs PAN, one of the most exciting labels for experimental & electronic music of the moment. We met up with him in a café in Cracow’s beautiful old Jewish quarter Kazimierz.

Japanese Legends Marginal Consort Make German Debut

The extended live performances of Japanese avant-garde improv group Marginal Consort are myth-making—and they’re also fairly rare. The collective, whose members were students of Takehisa Kosugi at the Bigaku School of Aesthetics in Tokyo in the 1970s, has played only one concert per year since its formation. In 2016, they’re deviating from tradition a bit to accommodate two shows: one at the South London … Continued