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Welcome to “INDIAN E-music”, a monthly and unique radio show for Indian Electronics which started in January 2010. Turn on your Internet radio on  and heat up with the air with Indian Vibes from South Asia. Other dates are following on 1st Nov  2013 (08:00 pm CET / 02:00 pm EST) @ Radio RaSA (Switzerland),  8th Nov (09:00 pm CET / 03:00 […]

San Francisco Bay Guardian (SFBG): CHEB I SABBAH, 1947-2013

11.07.13 – 6:48 pm | Marke B. Algerian-born, Bay-based DJ and musicmaker Cheb i Sabbah was an international star with an incredible past. But he will always be known here as a beautiful soul and teacher who incited a true spiritual devotion in his fans — and, the godfather of the global house movement, as one of the most creative […]

A flood of user-submitted faces make a poignant new Max Cooper video

It’s a kind of love letter to humanity – and strikingly personal, both in the music and imagery, finding some hopeful part of the current zeitgeist. Don’t miss the new “Lovesong” video, made by music producer Max Cooper in collaboration with artist Kevin McGloughlin. There’s a lot of bombast both in mainstage electronic music and […]

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LOVE SAVES THE DAY 2019 TICKETS ARE ON SALE!

It’s an all out party of house, techno, disco, dubstep, electro, bass, hip hop and alternative music!

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Dancing To Revive A Dead Sea: A Review Of Uzbekistan’s First Electronic Music Festival

Last weekend marked the first edition of Stihia, Uzbekistan’s first electronic music festival. We sent TEB contributor Yan Matusevich to the deserted Aral Sea.

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  • Sep 21st, 2018 delivered... By Yan Matusevich. Photos by Yan Matusevich

Low: ‘We want to punch new holes in the possibilities of music’

Never afraid to sit still, even after a dozen albums, the Minnesota band look back at the tracks that define their evolving sound: ‘Just say what you feel strongly about now’

At home in Duluth, Minnesota, Alan Sparhawk gives a tour of his vegetable garden, where long pumpkin vines rope around the heirloom tomatoes; Lake Superior is a few miles away and takes up the entire horizon. He, now aged 50, and his wife, Mimi Parker, 51, are the core of the American band Low – they have known each other since they were nine, have been married since before starting the band in 1992 and are parents of two teenage children. Their home offers evidence of their domestic lives and artistic ones, with Parker’s drums set up in the living room and the tour van parked next to the minivan in their driveway. After the interview, Sparhawk takes off to chaperone an end-of-summer beach bonfire for his son’s church youth group.

Related: Low: Double Negative review – the sound of the world unravelling

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