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The quarterly-published Electronic Beats Magazine reflects the cultural self-image of those who see electronic music and culture as the foundation of both the digital revolution and, in turn, analog evolution. What’s new about the magazine is not its focus on cultural icons, but rather the fact that these icons appear as protagonists within a single artistic framework. With the artists as authors, the magazine becomes a sophisticated platform for the most important voices in music and other media. Order it here.

Inside Porn Soundtracks By Disco Pioneer Patrick Cowley

Why You Should Know Underrated Composer Pauline Oliveros

Toasting 20 Years of Planet Mu’s Musical Innovation

Techno Deity Jeff Mills Meets Art Star Ólafur Elíasson

Inside Berghain’s New Book ‘Kunst Im Klub’

Rotterdam Terror Corps’ DJ Distortion Talks Gabber History

How Techno and Gabber Developed in Rotterdam

Pop Talk: Underground Artists Review Miley Cyrus

An Alternative History of the Fall of the Berlin Wall

Why the Graphics in NSA Leaks are 21st Century Masterpieces

How Grace Jones Became a Disco Diva

Krautrock Icon Michael Rother Talks to Roman Flügel

Dub Veteran Adrian Sherwood On Drinking Tea With Björk

Can We Cure Tinnitus By Listening to Music or Using an App?

The Dark Side of Electronic Pioneer Conrad Schnitzler

Venus X On The Origins And Future Of GHE20G0TH1K

10 Questions With Howling

Played Out: DJ Bone Explains His Bloc Weekender Set

How Prince and Batman Changed Scuba’s Life

Stealing Time With Brian Eno

This is Why Róisín Murphy Doesn’t Give a Fuck Anymore

How LA Noise Band HEALTH Reshapes Death into Dance Magick

A Self-Aware Western Analysis of Nozinja’s Shangaan Electro

Mykki Blanco Talks To Lydia Lunch

Pop Talk: Underground Artists Review Taylor Swift

EB Magazine’s New Issue Tackles Tinnitus, Ghe20g0th1k & More

Roller Skating and the Birth of Miami Bass and Memphis Crunk

Richard Hell Fights the Repression of NYC’s Bohemian Scene

How Robert Johnson Became A Legendary German Nightclub

Mr. Style Icon: Holly Johnson on David Bowie

How a Bunch of Belgian Teens Rewired Techno

Front 242 Pioneer Describes the Early Days of New Beat

Inside the New Beat Documentary The Sound of Belgium

Here’s Why Mark Leckey is Dance Music’s Favorite Artist

Which Genre Smells the Best: Bass, Noise or Drone?

72 Hours in Tel Aviv

Chilly Gonzales On Why He Named a Song After John McEnroe

Ibeyi On Capitalism in Cuba and Signing to XL Recordings

Lee Gamble Gets Deep With Philosopher Robin Mackay

Win Tickets to Jamie XX’s Tour and Peep His New Video

Nick Höppner Tells Us What He Plays Out at Berghain

Sherwood & Pinch’s Album Proves That Dubstep’s Not Dead

Here’s Why Obscure Indonesian Metal Band Senyawa Will Get Big

Hard Wax’s Finn Johannsen On House Icon Soichi Terada

Calabrian Tarantella: Trance, Drone and the Rituals of the Mafia

An Interview With Jamie XX

Why 18+ Is A GHE20G0TH1K Version of Lionel Richie

Guess Who’s on the Cover of EB’s Spring 2015 Issue

The Alphabet According to Craig Leon

Heatsick Recommends Urbanomic’s #ACCELERATE Reader

Swans’ Michael Gira Sounds Off

Purity Ring Talks About Going Pop on another eternity

EB Cover Star Karen O Reflects on the Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Read Our In-Depth Feature On Roller Skating Communities

The Alphabet According To Gilles Peterson

Donato Dozzy Speaks to Synth Pioneer Suzanne Ciani

EB Reviews Steffi’s LP, Plus a New Nick Höppner Tune

A Lesson on Belgian New Beat History with Peter Van Hoesen

Strategy Games: Music For Playing God

Step Inside Darklands, The Berghain of Shopping

Janus Member KABLAM Tells Us What She Plays Out

Counting With Afrikan Sciences

Warbear On Gegen, Berlin’s Boldest Sex-Positive Dance Party

Adam Harper Recommends Arca’s Xen

Roman Flügel Introduces the Winter 2015 Issue of Electronic Beats Magazine

Ben Frost Speaks to Richard Mosse— “Your work will be distilled into a plugin in Photoshop.”

Zola Jesus— “Sia gives me hope that pop music is ready to loosen its strait jacket.”

Counting With Jackmaster

Den Sorte Skole— “Every sound tells a story, and every voice has an echo.”

At the Lucky Cloud Loft Party, Records Are Selected to Match the Arc of An Acid Trip

“Hip-hop is our therapy” – Mobb Deep interviewed

Art Collection Telekom Presents Agnieszka Polska on Art’s Power to Enact Change

Mark Smith Recommends Transllusion’s The Opening of the Cerebral Gate

Mr. Style Icon – Jessy Lanza on John Carpenter

Tin Man Recommends Roman Flügel’s Happiness Is Happening

Dylan Carlson Recommends The Bug’s Angels & Devils

PAN Artist M.E.S.H. Recommends TCF’s Latest Effort

The Fall 2014 edition of Electronic Beats Magazine is out now!

If you don’t know about Karol Radziszewski’s Dik Fagazine, you should

MGMT’s Ben Goldwasser reviews Ramona Lisa’s “Arcadia”

Heatsick’s Tour Diary

EB Exclusive: An interview with Inga Copeland

72 hours in Rio de Janeiro: Felipe Altenfelder of activist group Mídia Ninja

72 hours in Rio de Janeiro: Paulo Cézar

Martyn recommends Joey Anderson’s After Forever

72 hours in Rio de Janeiro: Caetano Veloso and Arto Lindsay

The Summer 2014 edition of Electronic Beats Magazine is out now!

“Full moon! Get in the car!” – An interview with Alison Goldfrapp

Hans Ulrich Obrist recommends the David Bowie is exhibit and catalogue

Review: Thug Entrancer – Death After Life

Counting with Helena Hauff

Daniel Jones recommends HTRK’s Psychic 9-5 Club

André Vida and Max Dax talk to Marshall Allen of The Sun Ra Arkestra

Drunk in Love: Lotic recommends Beyoncé’s Beyoncé

The Spring 2014 edition of Electronic Beats Magazine is out!

“You might have thought it was divine”: A.J. Samuels in Miami with Bass Mekanik

“The best dub goes far beyond music—it’s a way of looking at the world.”: The Bug recommends Ekoplekz’s Unfidelity

Style Icon: Trent Reznor on Johnny Cash

“I actively try not 
to prompt the 
audience to share my enthusiasm”: An interview with Mark Fell

Read Ricardo Villalobos’ Music Manifesto