What could be better than seeing future club gods Visionist, Lotic and M.E.S.H. at the incredible Institut fuer Zukunft club? How about seeing them for free? We’re giving you the chance to win passes to this Friday’s Cry Baby party—a staff favorite at EB—and you barely even have to do anything to get it! Just post your favorite track from the … Continued
A wicked 3D video from Long Clothing and visual new media collective Pussykrew introduce a new season collection, joining forces with London-based producer Visionist to complete the A/V identity of this reality-assaulting drive.
The London producer strikes a chord not only in lovers of ethereal, futuristic instrumentals but also anyone who’s ever struggled find release in slumber.
The London producer’s weightless grime—which includes a collaboration with Fatima Al Qadiri—adds new depth to the dancefloor, says Daniel Jones.
Angus Finlayson speaks with the young British producer re-imagining the possibilities of grime into something that transcends its highly localized origins.
Solid Grounded will host artists including DJs from Illian Tape and Lobster Theremin.
Discover the people who have made a name for Zagreb techno.
CTM 2016 featured a bunch of interesting collaborations between established artists and upcomers influenced by them. But the best performance was by a hologram.
London Contemporary Music Festival booked a very daring music and art program with James Ferraro, Visionist and PC Music at the helm.
Experimental juggernaut CTM Festival just just dropped its complete line-up for the coming edition (which runs from January 29 to February 7) and unsurprisingly, it’s dope. Hyped names like Visionist, Gesloten Cirkel, Mumdance and Floating Points may be the first things that you notice, but look closely—this year’s event is mining a decidedly outernational vein, and … Continued
A Young Echo and Killing Sound crew member is rejuvinating the idea of “experimental” music in an era when the unconventional is sold to mass audiences.
What will you be talking about during your office X-Mass party? Maybe some terrible lists—or new music from Future Brown, Visionist, and Violet Poison!
There are way too many Draculas up in this biz, but at least there’s also fresh music from Kingdom, Vatican Shadow, Sewn Leather, Visionist, and SpaceghostPurrp!
Once again Audioccult rescues mental effluvia floating in limbo, set to new sounds from Visionist, Chelsea Wolfe, King Dude, Nguzunguzu, Theologian, Sd Laika, Antoni Maiovvi, Brenmar, & Forest Swords.
In our BPM column, we review a clutch of the most intriguing electronic music currently on offer. This month, Robin Howells on on B.N.M. / P.D.D.G., Charles Cohen, John Heckle, Levantis, Logos, and Visionist.
DJ, promoter, and EB writer Daniel Jones travels through the underground of Japan as his blackest ever gold alias. Join him on his drunken adventures through Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka, and download an exclusive live DJ set from one of his shows.
The lone star state has produced two of the most intriguing young producers in two separate, but related, club music scenes. Lisa Blanning lassoes them in for a conversation together.
In our new Beats Per Month column, we review a clutch of the most intriguing electronic music currently on offer. This month, Robin Howells rounds up Regis and Russell Haswell’s Concrete Fence, Mark Fell, Moin, DJ Q, R-Zone and Saga.
The producer, DJ and grime expert Slackk weighs the current batch of producers carrying the alien and futuristic music of grime forward, and is pleased with the results.
Want to know what’s been going into the collective ears of EBHQ? Here’s this week’s selection featuring tracks and mixes from Fantastic Mr Fox, Troller, Visionist & Fatima Al Qadiri and Kink Gong.
Ditch that darkness for some rainbow-flavored sounds from Vatican Shadow, Troller, Puce Mary, Strange VIP, Visionist and Fatima Al Qadiri!
The Keysound Recordings-signed British producer’s strain of grime and dubstep starts at 130 bpm and stakes bold new claim in now classic territories.
“Residing in a liminal zone between a social and an altered state, the samples on Diversions are as warped as the drugs used to open the nervous system.”