Tagged: electronic

Listen: Kölsch @ Circoloco DC10 (Oct. 2)

Circoloco is about as DC10 as DC10 gets. From humble beginnings in 1999, the Monday party (which still holds down the same weekly slot) has become a rite of passage for anyone who likes clubbing in its...

Speicher 100

Succeeding a recent run of much-acclaimed outings by stand-out artists such as Laurent Garnier (KOM EX 95), Kölsch (KOM EX 97 & 93) or Christian Nielsen & Locked Groove (KOM EX 96), our SPEICHER...

A walk through techno history

Tresor is an underground techno nightclub in Berlin and a record label. The club was founded in March 1991 in the vaults of the former old Wertheim department store at Leipziger Strasse 126-128 in Mitte,...

The ultimate browser-based music production guide

Roland TR-909 This easy-to-use digital version was coded in HTML5 for maximum compatibility. Check it out here. Roland 808 Vincent Riemer emulated this legendary drum machine on the web. The browser version’s sound isn’t as good...

Between the beats: Nina Kraviz

Resident Advisor reveals the highs and lows of life as a touring DJ, they begin their film series with an intimate journey across Europe with Nina Kraviz. Producer, occasional vocalist, and Nina Kraviz hails from Irkutsk,...

FACT Magazine visits Sebastian Mullaert’s studio

As one half of Minilogue, Sebastian Mullaert helped to define the melodic techno sound of the 2000s. Today, the Swedish producer is a successful solo artist in his own right with releases on Kontra-Musik...

GAS live at Summer Bummer Festival 2017

In the middle of the 1990s, Wolfgang Voigt, better known under a great many pseudonyms such as MIKE INK, STUDIO1 or GRUNGERMAN, and the driving force behind the rise of Cologne Minimal Techno, had...

RA.570 Wolfgang Voigt

This month, Wolfgang Voigt revived his legendary ambient techno project with Narkopop, the first Gas album in 17 years. Gas, with its baroque classical samples and misty atmospheres, was a tribute to Voigt’s childhood experiences...

Richie Hawtin @ Coachella 2017

Over a Coachella weekend that featured the the glitz of Radiohead, Lady Gaga and Kendrick Lamar, it was actually techno heavyweight Richie Hawtin who stole the show. He used the festival as a way...