From Floating Points to KiNK – this was amazing.
In this new column, EB editor Michael Aniser dissects DJ sets for what they’re really worth: money.
You can feel the energy pouring off these shots from our special October 18 electro rager at Berlin’s Chalet club with Justice, Boys Noize and Daniel Wang!
Did you know you can access some pretty powerful synthesizers and drum machines from within your browser? This guide will help you get started.
Radiohead has been remixed by tons of great producers. Here are some of our favorite cuts for the dancefloor.
During the Cold War the Soviet Union censored all media, including music. A consequence of this was that a lively black market developed around audio on X-rays.
Compressed audio and MP3 players have made music increasingly mobile, but where does that leave the physical sensation of low end?
We sorted through piles of cassettes to bring you the five top tape releases of May 2016, a list that includes Northern Electronics and RSS B0YS.
One-third of the Apparat x Modeselektor supergroup talks about how the new Moderat album, ‘III’, is different from its predecessors and the “modular hype.”
Did you know that there’s a tape version of Justin Bieber’s ‘Purpose’ out there?
Digital mediums encourage perfection. Here, Maria Chavez and Graham Dunning talk about how they use mistakes in their music to defy contemporary dogmas.
Cassettes will forever remain niche, but 2015 saw a flurry of quality releases that asserted why you can’t afford to ignore tape labels.
Dive into Discogs’ creepiest corners to find odd records that were housed in sandpaper, pressed with poop or hair, or reflect other strange ideas.
We ran photos of Sven Marquardt, Marcel Dettmann, Grimes and more through Microsoft’s facial recognition software to find out what they’re really feeling.