Studio 338 1st Birthday Saturday 14th March 2015 London // 9pm – 7am Terrace: Ellen Allien Nathan Fake (live) Guido Schneider Lowtec Ste Roberts Loft: Colin Chiddle – Art of Dark Greg Brockmann – Half Baked Laurine – Slow Life Samuel Bellis – D.E.S/Fuse Unai Trotti – Cartulis Day It’s amazing to know that the […]
A sprawling musical wonderland, Eastern Electrics Festival incorporates seven stages and invites 10,000 revellers and a host of international talent to join the all-day spectacular at Hatfield House on Saturday August 2nd.Talent from all spectrums of the underground join the jam-packed lineup: Frenchman Agoria heads to the Rinse stage with his blend of jazz-infused techno, […]
As the title suggests, we have two pairs of tickets to give away for the next Bedrock Records party with John Digweed and Ellen Allien in Liverpool. Get on it.
From the organisers of Octobers Movement Festival comes another sure fire techno winner Kappa Futur Music. This year once again took place in their famous skeleton esc warehouse that reaches far as the eye can see. The Italians always seem to know how to brand their soirees so well with their punchy and colourful artwork […]
Cutting to the chase, as it were, we talk to the BPitch Control bosswoman about her recent-ish experimental album, LISm, and label comp Where the Wind Blows.
Have you ever wondered what a couple of German DJ/Producer/Mayhem Pedlar’s get up to on an average day? Well, you’re about to find out as Modeselektor release a feature length ‘warts and all’ documentary; capturing a bond of friendship so beautiful, it rivals Del Boy and Rodney, or Sienfeld and George Constanza. The film was […]
This weekend Ellen Allien hits London with her BPITCH clan in tow; Kiki, Thomas Muller, Camea. Shinedoe and Mikolai. Never ones to conform to expectation, ‘A Night With…’ is creeping out from the cover of darkness and exchanging its nocturnal existence for some daylight hours. This will be the first in a series aptly entitled ‘A […]
Ellen Allien’s inimitable label returns with another great compilation. Apparat, Chaim, Thomas Muller, Telefon Tel Aviv, and the boss lady all feature
Painting a 45-minute soundscape, the BPitch boss lady manages to hold our attention throughout ambient tones, looped barroom jazz, stripped house and more.