Find out who’s joining cover star Jon Hopkins in the new issue of Slices. Hint: includes La Fleur, Ada, Mathias Kaden, Cloud Boat and lots, lots more.
Check out a playlist of our favorite LD moments featuring the full Slices interview as well as their appearances at our 2009 and 2010 EB Festivals.
It’s that time again. Get the details for the brand new issue of Slices. Clue: it features Robag Wruhme, Stefan Goldmann and a whole bunch of other top-tier names. Plus find out who’s pitching up for Tech Talk, New Faces, and Live & Rare.
Get your eyes around Slices DVD issue 4-12 as a continuous YouTube playlist, in 1080p full HD video.
We speak to the filmmakers behind the Slices DVD and the new Modeselektor documentary.
The award-winning interview DVD series returns, featuring Marcel Dettmann, Juan Atkins, Virgo Four, Gerd, and more.
Feeling bored at work, school, or at home? Better change that, watch a playlist of all features from Slices DVD Magazine 3-12.
Featuring Portable, Âme, Prosumer, Nicolas Jaar, Bambounou and Byetone. What are you waiting for? Go get it.
Detroit will forever be the city that gave birth to techno. Watch a selection of Slices interviews with some of its most important figures, including Derrick May, Carl Craig, Theo Parrish and Jimmy Edgar.
This issue sees the Slices crew travelling around the world to track recent developments in electronic music and to cover the latest producers who are getting us excited.
Cop a free version of Troels Abrahamsen’s “Sequence”—made for the latest issue of Slices—inside.
Today we present to you the first issue of 2012—in its entirety. So now just lean back and enjoy Jacob Korn,Theo Parrish, Wolfgang Voigt and more
Every three months, the Slices DVD crew and GoTV bring you a special show featuring different Slices features. This Wednesday they’re bringing you show #3, featuring Trentemøller, Jacob Korn, Jimmy Edgar, Mooryc, Footprintz and The Analog Roland Orchestra—certainly a worthy lineup to hold the ears of any EDM fan.
Have you ever woken up, walked into the bathroom, gazed into the mirror and begun furiously weeping and punching your reflection? Maybe it’s because you feel the need for something cool in your life—something like hanging out with a bunch of music fans, exercising your passion for digital video, and managing files. Guess what: you can do all this and
“You can’t play something for your mother and tell her it’s cool because of the Ring modulator you used. It needs to have a level of accessibility. It’s not gear music, but the sound’s important!”
Explore new videos with Pet Shop Boys, Malka Spigel, Two Inch Punch, Dan Deacon and many more.
How to approach listening to the world’s longest album, clocking in at over thirty hours of music, hundreds of pages of sleeve notes and extensive video footage all packed onto an SD card that has to be plugged in a USB stick and accompanied by a small booklet covered with the picture of a burning … Continued
See that hottie up there? That’s Mooryc, the first star of our latest Slices column New Faces. The DVD magazine will now also feature a segment on emerging artists that the Slices crew find interesting. With a wide range of fascinating new artists emerging everyday, there’s plenty of new faces waiting to get Sliced! Get … Continued
Theo Parrish is one of the most respected DJs around, and it’s no wonder; aside from his artistry as a performer and producer, he’s a smart, engaging and thoroughly charming man. We can prove it, too; just watch our Slices interview with him below, and be sure to check out more Slices of pleasure here.
Here’s a peak behind the scenes at Slices. The other day our colleagues sat down with Irish duo Solar Bears, whose Planet Mu-released album She Was Coloured In left quite an impression at the EB office with its melodic electronica and dreamy songs. The video shoot with Solar Bears aka John Kowalski and Rian Trench … Continued
Over the last decade, Mouse On Mars have become one of the leading names in European electronic music: releasing an inspired blend of IDM, krautrock, disco, and ambient sounds with a heavy dollop of analog synth. Now news has appeared that the duo will be joining the highly remarkable Berlin-based label Monkeytown. Home to the … Continued
Impressions of EB Festival Budapest (October 2011). Watch FM Belfast, Does It Offend You, Yeah?, Apparat Band & Buraka Som Sistema perform live at Electronic Beats Festival in Budapest (October 28th)
It was during last year’s Nachtdigital Festival near Olganitz when I was introduced to Uncanny Valley. The label and artist network from Dresden hosted a little floor next to the water and their selection of deep house records fitted perfectly with the sunny weather during the afternoon. Much has happened since: not only did Uncanny … Continued
Just three weeks to go until the new Slices Issue hits the shelves. Firstly we travel to London to get the low down with post-bass darlings Mount Kimbie – missing the London riots by a matter of days! We then travel to Austria to meet probably one of the best live techno bands – Elektro … Continued
Pioneering techno producer, DJ and worldwide ambassador for electronic music – there are few people who have stayed as relevant and on top of their game in the fickle world of club music as Laurent Garnier. In this Slices feature we look at how the L.B.S. project came to being, discuss Garnier’s love of all … Continued
“Why keep on following a strict line”, asks Circus Company co-owner Mathias Duchemin, “when you can do some slalom and put yourself in danger and also surprise your listeners – I think it’s way more interesting.” For the latest issue of our DVD series, Electronic Beats Slices met up with the French label manager to … Continued
“When I produce a track, I don’t have a rule for how to start“, explains Frank Müller aka Beroshima during his interview with Electronic Beats Slices Magazine. For the latest issue of the Slices DVD, the German producer gave us a deep insight into his studio routine Watch the new feature right here on EBnet … Continued
Pioneering techno producer, DJ and worldwide ambassador for electronic music – there are few people who have stayed as relevant and on top of their game in the fickle world of club music as Laurent Garnier. Part of the reason this enigmatic Frenchman has maintained his position at the top of the pile is his … Continued
Known as Apparat and now and again also as Moderat (in collaboration with Modeselektor), Sascha Ring has been putting smiles on the faces of party people for 10 years now. I got to know and appreciate him after a gig at the long since closed Cabaret Renz and began my mission to get my hands … Continued