A.J. Samuels goes to Italy to interview members of Italy’s most powerful mafia, the ’Ndrangheta, about the rituals surrounding the Calabrian tarantella.
Max Dax waxes philosophical on sampling with Cophenhagen duo Den Sorte Skole.
As a founding member of activist group Mídia Ninja, Felipe Altenfelder is notorious amongst Brazil’s bloggers for reporting live from last year’s riots. We met him on Arpoador Beach during the Ninja’s annual gathering.
Ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup we met Brazil’s preeminent cultural ambassadors to explain the current state of affairs in their own words. In part two, former world class footballer Paulo Cézar gets angry with the Brazilian government over dinner at the house of singer Vinicius Cantuária.
Ahead of the 2014 World Cup we met Brazil’s preeminent cultural ambassadors to explain the current state of affairs in their own words. Here, Caetano Veloso, one of the most influential Brazilian artists of all time, and no wave hero turned Brazilian music champion Arto Lindsay meet in Rio.
In this cover interview from the Spring issue of Electronic Beats Magazine, Wyndham Wallace sits down for an intimate conversation with Alison Goldfrapp, one half of British pop eccentrics—and this Friday’s EB Festival headliners—Goldfrapp.
The Werkdiscs and Pan approved producer and resident DJ at Hamburg’s legendary Golden Pudel Club in the ultimate interview by numbers.
“The scars may still show, but the wounds always close eventually—provided one keeps from picking at them.” On their third album, the Australian duo emerge from the murk of goth-tinged wave into a brighter (yet still sinister) world.
The Sun Ra Arkestra director discusses the teachings and creative punishments of former bandleader Sun Ra, one the most singular figures in modern jazz.
The Berlin producer digs deep into his hometown hero’s album: “In the tabloids Beyoncé and Jay-Z are the perfect couple. But it’s good to know they’re not.”
The Spring 2014 issue of Electronic Beats Magazine is about to hit the shelves. Alison Goldfrapp graces the cover but who will be joining her inside? Find out here.
The acclaimed producer—whose work ranges from improv, industrial, dubstep and dancehall—comments on a singular voice in a new generation of UK experimentalists.