Tagged: electronic

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...

Superpitcher Groove podcast 101

The Golden Ravedays Meditations #1 01. Superpitcher – Yves (Short Version) 02. Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda – Om Shanti 03. Auntie Flo – Rainfall On Red Earth 04. Superpitcher – Howl 05. Body Four –...

Blitz München

The Zenker Brothers will be resident DJs at Blitz, a new club opening in Munich’s Deutsches Museum on April 22. Over the past few years, a crop of artists, clubs, labels, record shops and...

Daft Punk BBC Essential Mix 1997.03.02

In the early morning hours of March 2 1997, Pete Tong introduced Daft Punk for their first BBC Essential Mix. Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter were only a few weeks fresh from their...

Kraftwerk and the electronic revolution

As innovative as they are influential, Kraftwerk‘s contribution to the development of electronic music since their formation in 1970 remains unsurpassed. Having inspired everyone from Bowie to Coldplay, Siouxsie to Radiohead, this bizarre collective...

Moderat live @ Velodrom Berlin 2016

Moderat are Modeselektor and Apparat. Hardly anybody has brought electronic music from Berlin to the farthest flung corners of the world with more passion and enthusiasm than these two heavyweights. Modeselektor – Gernot Bronsert...

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Kraftwerk’s first concert

Dimitri Hegemann is the founder and operator of Berlin’s legendary techno club Tresor. Here he remembers Kraftwerk’s first concert, which he attended in 1970: When a friend recently sent me a YouTube link to...

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Mica Levi: Under the Skin

The character Scarlett Johansson plays in Under the Skin is a blank-eyed cipher, a predator without apparent motivation. There is no horror more visceral than the horror of the impersonal, so it makes sense...