Podcast: Nina Kraviz (english, Audio only)
The producer and DJ Nina Kraviz is one of the most famous and successful artists in the techno world. Born in Irkutsk, Siberia, she fell in love with electronic music through listening to radio transmissions. Kraviz initially moved to Moscow to study dentistry, and after a brief stint in her band MySpaceRocket, she went solo … Continued
The mix was recorded live at Secret Project LA.
The set is full of the tripped-out techno that Nina Kraviz is known for.
Does this mean “it” is happening?
The set was an intimate collage of video art, psychedelic beats and her own vocals.
A back-to-back set for the ages.
Coachella will also host a new documentary about the Russian producer and DJ at the festival.
Hear why Nina Kraviz’s трип imprint is an essential pillar of modern techno.
“Spanking For Pleasure” is a cut off Solar X’s 1997 ‘X-Rated’ LP.
The new album promises a “fantastical celebration of the new”.
Kraviz’s twisted rave remix leads up to the release of Marie Davidson’s ‘Working Class Woman’ LP on Ninja Tune.
“When I DJ, I’m fucking alive.”
The hardcore, gabber and acid compilation marks the imprint’s 20th release.
“When this sync moment occurs, it’s one of the most amazing miracles you can have as an artist.”
The Russian techno mainstay put it down in Mannheim.
The Russian DJ steps up for her second Essential Mix with a slew of burning tracks from Joey Beltram, Blawan, Terrence Dixon and the трип catalog.
трип is taking its legendary raves sky high.
Get a candid look at one of techno’s most prominent figures.
The Pochuvstvui EP is the first solo record from Kraviz on her record label.
The Russian DJ and producer has shared a new edit of “You Are Wrong”, which originally appeared on her fabric 91 mix.
The third edition of the Russian DJ’s Трип To The Moon mini-festival will take place this June in Iceland.
The Trip imprint GALAXIID will feature ambient and avant-garde artists with a series of records and even books.
Two new Berlin events combine clubbing fun with charity.
Now that’s a stacked lineup.
‘Fabric 91’ showcases the Siberian-born producer’s expansive taste and significant technical prowess.
This set from famous night club, Dommune, proves the трип label head is one of the best in the business right now.
Get ready to bang.
“Music is about freedom of expression.”
What’s “brain dance”? Nina Kraviz’s new Fabric mix explores her conceptual genre.
A modern spin on an old classic Wagner’s Parsifal is a high-water mark of operatic history; Wagner himself describing it in such humble words as a “A Festival Play for the Consecration of the Stage”. It is a testament to the opera’s enduring qualities that on July 4th, the Bayreuth Festspielhaus classic is being relaunched as a contemporary piece … Continued
Last month, we reported 😉 😛 that Nina Kraviz’s label трип would feature Aphex Twin track “P-string” on a forthcoming compilation titled When I Was 14. The track first aired during Richard D. James’ second Peel Session in 1995 and wound up on SoundCloud, where Kraviz presumably plucked it from the mass of other unreleased material and secured the rights … Continued
Nina Kraviz has pulled off a coup: an upcoming compilation on the Russian selector’s Trip label features a track by none other than Aphex Twin. As FACT reports, “P-string” first aired during Richard D. James’ second Peel Session and wound up on SoundCloud, where Kraviz presumably plucked it from the mass of other unreleased material … Continued
Nina Kraviz’s eponymous debut album is a classic already, and this reissue is bringing it back via Rekids on the 4th of December. The record will be released as a double LP, along with two re-works of her dancefloor wrecker “Ghetto Kraviz”, done by DJ Slugo of Dance Mania and Subterranean Playhouse LLC booty house imprint. … Continued
The lineup for our two-day Electronic Beats Festival in Budapest is in! Check out who will perform at four events in Hungary this fall.
The highly productive L.I.E.S. affiliate discusses how he manages to maintain a high volume of releases with the globetrotting Siberian DJ.
“My own voice is my main instrument that I’m using. It’s the only instrument that I’m totally sure about!” — NINA KRAVIZ feature, taken from Slices Issue 2-11.
In early 2011 we reported on Nina Kraviz‘s debut album for the first time when we met up with the Russian producer and DJ for a video interview in Berlin. Talking perfection and distortion, intuition and originality, Nina gave an outlook on her debut full-length on Matt ‘Radio Slave‘ Edwards‘ and James Masters‘ Rekids label … Continued
Helena Hauff, Paula Temple and Nina Kraviz are among the artists featured in this awesome video series.
What happens when Nina Kraviz, The Black Madonna and Jon Hopkins help curate a festival in Lyon, France?
Kraków’s top music gathering returns with DJ Sprinkles, Nina Kraviz, Einstürzende Neubauten and more.
Listen to the classic trance cuts currently being dropped by the likes of Nina Kraviz.
Nina Kraviz-signed duo PTU run down their favorite local artists.
Check out our MyIdol versions of Nina Kraviz, Skrillex, Dettmann, Villalobos, and more.
More than 20 years after launching her DJ career in the South of France, then becoming a resident at Paris’ Pulp and Rex clubs, Jennifer Cardini still rues how difficult it is to sort through new music. “There is so much content,” she said in an interview over Zoom. She uses every tool available to … Continued
The term “electro-acoustic doesn’t limit your imagination the way ‘ambient’ or ‘experimental’ do,” states Stefan Goldmann. Working in between the dancefloor and high art institutions, the techno renaissance man toes the line between revering club music’s history and fearlessly pushing its forms into the future. Goldmann is equally comfortable DJing and releasing his own productions … Continued
‘badtrip’ is available from trip Records now.
The latest entry in Synoid’s podcast is a pretty excellent mix by Berlin-born DJ Mørbeck.
Watch Dekmantel’s New Mini-Documentary About Seminal Dutch Techno Label Djax Records
It’s officially summer, and the 2019 European festival season is already under way. There are a lot of great choices out there, and, as usual, we’ve put together this guide to our essential destinations for the discerning techno festival goer. June 13 – June 16: Telekom Electronic Beats Festival Bucharest Location: Bucharest, Romania Lineup includes: … Continued
On April 6, Time Warp, one of Europe’s biggest indoor events for house and techno will celebrate its 25th anniversary. As we all know, nightlife years are like dog years. They feel longer, the wear-and-tear is more intense and whoever made it this far has definitely made it into rave culture’s storied, but still comparatively … Continued
The club is set to close in April and is calling on the broader music industry to help fight the decision to revoke its lease.
“IFTLOYL” is featured in our list of tracks that defined the Berlin club scene in 2018.
It’s almost 2019, which means it’s also time for some reflection on the year behind us. Rather than make a generic listicle that examines global trends, we decided to look at the year in dance music via the club culture that surrounds our editorial office in Berlin. The following listicle isn’t necessarily comprehensive—what listicle could … Continued
The list includes Donna Summer, Chris & Cosey and Kraftwerk.
Get up to speed on Icelandic techno artist Bjarki before he plays our Clubnight in Essen on September 8.
21 years later, the club and record label is still a driving force in Russia’s nightlife.
“Booking agencies and community groups run by women have helped bring female artists out of the shadows, dispelling the boy’s club atmosphere of the past.”
Detroit’s celebration of techno culture is on show at Hart Plaza—as well as a series of insane afterparties across the city.
From Lente Kabinet in Amsterdam to EXIT Festival in Serbia, these are the upcoming summer outings not to miss.
Win a pair of tickets to the legendary summertime event happening July 13-15.
Celebrate Women’s Day with over 50 videos and mixes from the likes of Helena Hauff, Avalon Emerson and Charlotte de Witte.
The Belgian DJ cements herself as one of the world’s best techno talents with her rousing Essential Mix debut.
Innervisions’ Frank Wiedemann, Modeselektor, Alex.Do, Thomas Fehlmann and Gudrun Gut all feature in this revealing film about Berlin’s legendary nightlife.
From Galerie Kurzweil in Darmstadt to Funkhaus in Berlin, these are the New Year’s Eve affairs that you need to know about.
Poland’s number-one experimental event took place last weekend in Kraków. It was, once again, awesome.
German club culture rages in smaller towns, not just big cities. Here’s where to go when you’re off the beaten path.
Ricardo Villalobos, Blawan, Margaret Dygas and Nicolas Lutz have all been recruited for the London institution’s birthday bash.
We’ve gathered Poland’s most exciting music festivals so you can plan the rest of your summer.
The scene is rich, distinctive and stylistically varied across its huge landscape. Earlier this year, we published an introduction to 10 artists making the scene in Moscow—and beyond—so exciting, but there’s much more nuance and variation in the country’s rich electronic music community than the musicians that we mentioned. In fact, the scene is rife … Continued
Simply put: these women rule! Telekom Electronic Beats TV has, over the course of the last years, encountered some of the biggest names in electronic music and here you can sit back and get to know the likes of Helena Hauff, Nina Kraviz, Magda, The Black Madonna and plenty more. Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1BwzEZM … Continued
The techno DJ was tapped to play the CK after party in NYC.
We count down 20 record labels that have shaped techno for 20 years or more.
From Russia to South America, these are the most booming club music scenes in the world right now. Book your flights!
The hardcore revival is coming, are you ready?
MurphyBot lets you enter the weird and nightmarish world of AI creativity.
The results are in. You’ll never guess who’s #1.
Over the years Telekom Electronic Beats TV has met some of the biggest names in electronic music. Legends, visionaries, old school, new school, you name it. Artists like DJ Hell, Laurent Garnier, Nina Kraviz, Richie Hawtin, Loco Dice, Dixon, Magda and a ton more. Our question is, who will be next to enter this esteemed … Continued
Now that the club has won its licensing appeal, fabric will donate surplus funds of to undetermined “worthy causes.”
Is early ’90s trance making a comeback? It sure feels that way. Here are a few underrated gems you might hear the next time you’re out dancing.
Listen to Peaches’ new cover from the forthcoming soundtrack to Desire Will Set You Free, a film about Berlin nightlife.
If you want to impress the true diggers, stay away from these 50 overplayed house and techno tracks, from Mr. Fingers to Moodymann, Four Tet and beyond.
Now that you’ve mastered saying “Berghain” this guide will teach you how to say your favorite DJ’s name the right way.
Help us. We have collector’s envy.
Techno and opera—together at last! Last week, we reported that Peaches, Nina Kraviz, Sven Marquardt and Moritz Von Oswald were teaming up for a new film adaptation of Richard Wagner’s Parsifal. As promised, the film, entitled Black Mountain, is now available to stream in its entirety. Premiering today, if you are in Berlin you will also be able to … Continued
Are all-female lineups empowering, or do promoters use the feminist cause to boost their own image? Female artists and industry professionals discuss.
With less than a week before its second edition in Moscow this weekend, Outline Festival has posted a track from local breakthrough producer/DJ Philipp Gorbachev. An edit of “Ivan, Come On, Unlock The Box” surfaced earlier on a compilation for Nina Kraviz‘s трип label (no, not the one with Aphex Twin), and this original version appears … Continued
After a fire at a Romanian club killed 64 last fall, the government fell and the robust party scene withered. Insiders explain the post-Colectiv situation.
We’re teaming up with UK weekender Bloc to offer one lucky EB reader the chance to win a pair of passes, plus on-site accomodation. Bloc takes place in Minehead from March 11 to 13, and the tickets have you covered for four full nights (you get an extra night to wind down). This year’s event features … Continued
Bjarki released a sick exploitation video for the hard hitting “I Wanna Go Bang”, and it’s all about losing it to banging loud music all night, to your samurai-neighbor’s despair
Looking forward to Bloc Weekend? Us too, and now that the Bristol-based festival have announced the first wave of their lineup, we’re practically salivating. So far, we’ve got the likes of Four Tet, Jeff Mills, Floating Points, Carl Craig, Ben Klock, Nina Kraviz, Evian Christ, Holly Herndon, Demdike Stare and loads of other names that make our brains go, “Damn. Sounds like I should be … Continued
EB Festival Budapest was a major blast. Check out photos for a taste of what went down in the Hungarian capitol.
The rumors are true: Budapest is experiencing a musical renaissance. Here are over 20 musicians contributing to it.
Richie Hawtin protégé Magda and Poker Flat boss Steve Bug discuss how things have changed since they first met, like the new generation of vinyl purists.
Russian Cómeme regular Philipp Gorbachev introduces us to some of the clubs, promoters and artists spearheading a new dawn of dance music in Russia.
Erased Tapes has uploaded new video from an off-the-cuff evening improv session between pianist Nils Frahm and Icelandic minimalist composer Ólafur Arnalds. The two artists reportedly met up at Frahm’s Durton Studio in Berlin on July 28, and invited cameraman Alexander Schneider along to document the process. “Instead of ending the session after the first take,” the pair explain, “we … Continued
The prolific DJ explains the challenges that drove him to get sober and put the label on hold, as well as what’s to come, like Rødhåd football jerseys.
The former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist names the jungle and trance records that inspired him to make electronic music.
Electronic Beats TV goes to KiNK country in this feature. The native Bulgarian, born Strahil Velchev, gave us a close-up view into his home life and studio in Sofia, which happens to be located in his mother’s house. With a heavy touring schedule and constant stream of releases on labels like Macro, Rush Hour and … Continued
Underground Quality is the brainchild and life’s work of Edward McKeithen, better known as Jus-Ed. McKeithen has been running the label, which has also released music from Nina Kraviz among others, since 2004, and the family aspect of Underground Quality remains the most gratifying element for him. For this Slices feature, Electronic Beats TV host … Continued
This week sees the release of acoustic techno act Brandt Brauer Frick’s third LP Miami. Electronic Beats’ editor-in-chief Max Dax went to their studio in Neukolln to talk about the record, why Theo Parrish means more to them than the European avant-garde and their endless fascination with airport towers.
The member of Sa-Ra Creative Partners, engineer for Jay-Z & Kanye, and producer for Frank Ocean takes a break from his myriad activities to join BBF for a spell. A special sneak preview from our upcoming print magazine, out March 21st.
Experienced festival goers know all about it: Melt! festival, the annual gathering of open air music fans from all over the world at Gräfenhainichen’s ‘city of steel’ Ferropolis. Not only does this three-day-festival (July 13-15, 2012) have a one-of-a-kind location next to abandoned bucket-wheel excavators, stackers, and bucket chain excavators, but it also has a … Continued
Another week – another round of living pictures handpicked by our editors. No filler, all killer. #1 Nina Kraviz – Ghetto Kraviz (directed by David Terranova) With her debut album released today this year’s house superstar Nina Kraviz drops some ghetto shit filmed on the streets of Berlin. /// #2 Death Grips – Get Got … Continued
The latest edition of Slices is just about to hit the shelves – June 14th to be precise and it is absolutely jam packed with features, interview and videos. Come and join us on our latest video exploration as we travel to France to meet with French techno legend Laurent Garnier as he presents the … Continued
The new edition of Slices will hit streets on June 15th, and it is with great pleasure that we can announce Laurent Garnier as our cover star. In our in-depth feature we interview the French producer at his old homebase, the Rex Club in Paris, where he recently performed with his live project L.B.S. The … Continued
“Last Bloom” is a restrained slice of minimal house that wouldn’t sound out of place on the terrace at Club der Visionäre.
Ishkur’s Guide To Electronic Music is a cult classic website that catalogs dance music’s many different subgenres.
See if you can still recognize these artists after they’ve had a few app-based cosmetic changes.
Leave a comment for a chance to see the fast-rising Icelandic techno star
From Fabric to PAL to the sadly shuttered Trouw, go behind the scenes of some of Europe’s most legendary clubs.
Don’t pretend you don’t miss it…
“1998” is on the newest installment of DSNT Records’ ‘Rave Tapes Series’.
The special white label release was sold at Field Day on June 3.
Umfang, Adam X, Veronica Vasicka and more select their favorite releases from Ron Morelli’s prolific label.
Ostgut Ton regular Nick Höppner puts a recent set at Berghain under the microscope.