EB Exclusive – Max Cooper Glade Festival Podcast

EB Exclusive - Max Cooper Glade Festival Podcast An Electronic Beats exclusive this Friday – one jacking podcast from experimental techno producer Max Cooper. Cooper, who is just about to release the Egomodal EP on Traum, will be closing this year’s Glade Festival – the electronic music weekender that was originally part of Glastonbury but spun of to and became an essential festival destination in its own right. Situated just outside London in the stately grounds of Haughton Hall, you can buy tickets and see the full line-up here. In the meantime enjoy the mix Max Cooper has put together for us.

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Hiatus – Third – Max Cooper Remix (Last Night On Earth)
Max Cooper – Autumn Haze (Traum)
Mauro Norti – You and me – Max Cooper Remix (Wide Angle)
Max Cooper – Micron (Traum)
Max Cooper – Simplexity (Traum)
Agoria – Panta Rei – Max Cooper Remix (Infine)
Max Cooper – Miocene – Super Flu Remix (Herzblut)
Hugh Pascal – Absence March – Max Cooper Remix (DSCNCTD)
Max Cooper – Miocene (Herzblut)
Max Cooper – Epitaphy (Traum)
Phil Kieran – Church Organ Nightmare – Max Cooper and Phil Kieran Remix (PKR)
Cream Sound – Sonata – Max Cooper Remix (Festival Lounge)
Max Cooper – Inhale Exhale (Veryverywrongindeed)
Max Cooper – Raw (Traum)
FC Kahuna – Hayling – Max Cooper Remix (Skint)

****Update**. We just got sent this stunning new video for Max Cooper’s ‘Micron’ By Dmitry Zakharov. Enjoy

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Max Cooper’s remix of Hiatus’ Third video premiere

Max Cooper's remix of Hiatus'  Third video premiere Something rather amazing this Friday – the new video by Max Cooper for his remix of the Hiatus track ‘Third’. The prolific left field-techno producer who crafts melodic, stuttering tracks of extreme beauty has a background in, of all things, the study of genetic sciences. Then again after watching the video for ‘Third’, that doesn’t seem so strange at all.

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