Our on-point partners from the Point Blank Music School are at it again. This time they’ve given you an in-depth guide to biting Skream’s style through a video tutorial that deconstructs the classic ‘Midnight Request Line’ and effectively tells you how to recreate the track with the aid of the Ableton Push.
If in Paris, make sure to swing by Galerie Daniel Templon and see the german artist Ulrich Lamsfuss' latest exhibition: Afternoons in Utopia. And also check out the video above - that Lamsfuss is an interesting guy.
Check out this amazing Hunter S. Thompson inspired animation 'Metamorphosis' made for Good Books. A rambling rant in classic gonzo style, which will leave you feeling 'somewhere on the edge of Barstow'
We are proud to present Justin Townes Earle this Saturday the 19th at Pumpehuset
Copenhagen’s electronic music scene is gaining what would only be reasonable to call an impressive momentum. Now counting two major electronic festivals and a growing number of weekly club nights that would be hard to attend without acquiring some sort of mental deficiency, the city’s love for strøm (electricity) could well be reaching its peak.
We know it, our fans know it, and now Detroit techno legend Carl Craig knows it too: using the TMA-1 will, in any given context, fill you with so much love and unbridled affection, that you will feel compelled to share it with your immediate surroundings. As a deterrent of negative impulses and increaser of sweaty hugs, the TMA-1 stands unrivaled.
Our good buds at Tartelet Records tipped us off to this promo teaser thingy from Stockholm-based producer (and fine arts graduate) Axel Boman, and for that, we’re more than a little grateful.
The Canadian Macklovitch clan were clearly at the front of the queue when the mojo was handed out. So far, the family has given the world David Macklovitch (AKA Dave 1 from Chromeo) and, of course, Alain Macklovitch or A-Trak, the guy who won the DMC World Championships when he was 15 and went on to DJ for Kanye West. Phew.