We talked to Karol Radziszewski, a Warsaw-based artist and editor-in-chief of a groundbreaking queer publication that focuses on Eastern and Central Europe.
“The kind of album that takes you by surprise” – MGMT’s Ben Goldwasser is our guest reviewer as he takes on the debut by Caroline Polachek‘s project Ramona Lisa.
The musician and visual artist reveals the music which provided the psychological backdrop to his recent world tour, from John Barry to Patrick Cowley.
The fate of the new, unreleased Wu-Tang Clan album has remained a looming question mark. RZA tells why.
The Hyperdub musician and the UbuWeb founder discuss the end of copyright, the battles won by modernism, loops in video game music, and Led Zeppelin.
Hudson Mohawke discusses working with musical style icon, the man behind the man in the mirror, Quincy Jones.
Danish singer MØ is fast becoming the darling of the music and fashion press. In the Summer issue of Electronic Beats Magazine she told us about growing up with the Internet, her previous life in a punk band and the enduring influence of Sporty Spice.
On her debut LP, Inga Copeland embraces her independence in a shadowy and carefully constructed sonic haze. Read her exclusive interview here.
“Makes me want to go straight back to the beginning”—Martyn reckons Joey Anderson’s debut After Forever is one the key albums you need to listen to in 2014. Find out why here.
What do Wayne Shorter, Inga Copeland, RZA and MØ have in common? They—and many more—feature in the new issue of Electronic Beats Magazine. Full details here.
In anticipation of an extended version of the V&A curated David Bowie retrospective ‘Is’, opening tomorrow at Martin-Gropius-Bau, read Hans Ulrich Obrist’s recommendation of the original exhibition and catalogue.
Denver DIY figurehead Ryan McRyhew deconstructs the dance music of Chicago with his latest project Thug Entrancer. Daniel Jones revels in the ruins.