••• ELECTRONIC BEATS
The main character of our sixth EB.TV episode is one of the most well-known Hungarian fashion designers, who during the university didn’t think about branding yet, but there was already demand for her clothes.
Fernow told about Berghain 09 that it would recall the traditions of industrial music culture, such as cassette changes or sound collages, but also bends the knee for "techno mixetapes that had an effect on me at the time when I started to get acquainted with the rave era.”
It took a ten-year delay for someone in Hungary to organize a truck-dancing parade, when the foot drums drops the beat on the slow-moving monsters, accompanied by a swarm of men on a large avenue.
As a 2019 summer opener, we will take in the iconic ‘roundhotel’ (Hotel Budapest), the highest hotel in the country, as a continuation of last year's autumn popup hotel.
In our fifth episode of EB.TV, the Hungarian producer is speaking who gets higher and higher.
SanFranciscoBeat has remixed his own Night Shift titled track , just to start with this spin: the live production of the well-known DJ of the local techno scene comes under the name ARKOW.
Sascha Ring aka Apparat has not recorded any new long-playing album under his own name since the 2013 Krieg und Frieden (Music for Theater
We put together a nearly eight-hour playlist to get started with New Year’s Eve or to be a background for the first hours of 2019.
Here's the playlist of the third season - from Volkova Sister through Middlemist Red to Mius, everything that’s good.
While the Last Christmas showers us everywhere, fortunately some have provided us with the right umbrella, under which it’s easy to float even in the grip of the harshest gift-hunting masses.
The official after video of 2018 Telekom Electronic Beats Festival has arrived!
Seven Eastern-Europian performers, who we need to see at this year’s Budapest Showcase Hub.
Hungarian electronic music is beautiful again, and back to its reputation: here are three new releases that worth to pay attention to.
Assuming you love exotic, border-crossing, or energetic club music, thats before its age.
The Mage, as he was called in his early years has a concert second time now with the Óbuda Danubia Orchestra with his new album Planets, interpretated as never heard before.