Another fine mix of electronic music is ready for you, including tunes by English four-piece Freeform Five, some spikey tech house by Stimming, Copenhagen dubstep by Frederick Olufsen, jazzy French house mixed with beautiful African vocals and instrumentation taken from a new St Germain album; we’ve got a reworked Moderat piece in the show and stuff by Tiga & Deetron.
Quite a mix in today’s episode– brand new tracks meet tunes that are nearly 25 years old. We’ve got CJ Bolland for you, Jaydee, Joey Betram, Derrick May and others- many of them once part of the 80ies/ 90ies techno scene, and very successfully so. The dream of the 90ies is alive on Via Berlin today.
Todays Via Berlin show features new, but actually old, classy music by Pat Thomas, Ebo Taylor and Henrik Schwarz; Fatima Yamaha will be in the mix, Click Click, Cubenx, Phil Weeks & Peven Everett, Bruno Furlan, Melokollektiv feat EZG, CEED, and the fantastic Tale Of Us together with Mind Against.
This first October edition of Via Berlin provides you with tracks by Boris Brejcha, Oliver Huntemann, Ed Ed, Gregor Tresher and new music by Berlin duo Pan-Pot. Their first full length release in almost 8 years called ‘The Other’ just came out on Second State Audio and we’ll take a peek at it.
Fall has already been sending unmistakable greetings to Berlin with first foliage and real cool breezes – but some sweet electronic tracks will still be blowing your way. Music by St Germain , Booka Shade, Solomun and Harry Wolfman and Funkadelic Soul Clap is in the mix, as well as some nicely altered Chemical Brothers tunes.
Encore show from April 21, 2015. Todays show presents another fine selection of electronic music, including Norwegian Todd Terrje and Royksopp, sound wizard Olafur Arnalds and new works by Henrik Schwarz and his buddy Bugge Wesseltoft.
This brand new episode of Via Berlin brings you music by former air guitar world champions Blond:ish, Patrick Graesers project Answer Code Request, Buenos Aires local hero Hernan Cattaneo, KOMPAKT kids Coma, Dutch master Legowelt, and we’ll also take a peek at upcoming events at Brooklyn clubs Verboten and Output.
In today’s episode we’ll take a musical look at past week’s Krake festival in Berlin where Cassegrain & Tin Man, Mondkopf, and Dat Politics stood behind the decks.
We’ve also got new music by Miami based Danny Daze who recently released his new EP ‘Dual’ on Jimmy Edgar’s ultramajic imprint.
Throwback Tuesday on Via Berlin! Nearing the upcoming release of a brand new KOMPAKT TOTAL compilation (August 17th!!) we’re looking back to the previous release featuring some of the artists who will re-appear on KOMPAKTs “TOTAL 15”, including Dauwd, Michael Mayer, Dave DK, Superpitcher and others.
Todays episode of Via Berlin features experimental electronica troupers such as Mouse on Mars, Autechre, Darkstar and Two Lone Swordsmen and we’re taking a closer look at a long awaited re-union: Funkstoerung are back together after almost ten years of silence with an eponymous fourth album. Woohoo!
Todays episode of Via Berlin goes „sampling“ – with artists like berlin based sample mastermind Hideto Omura, Swedish HNNY, a pretty classy Gypsyman /Robosonic re-work – for those who like it classical and jazzy we’ve got Kolsch/Gregot Schwellenbach and Nils Ohrmann, and even fans of straight and polished house won`t leave empty-handed….
Today’s show features deep house tunes by Tiefschwarz, Rampa, Agoria and Mandy, some fine techno by French dj, remixer and producer Terence Fixmer, as well as music by Turmspringer, Tiefschwarz and Aphex Twin. Viva electronica!
In the spirit of FOMO Week, the BTR Editorial team discusses our favorite spots to grab a cup of joe both in and out of New York. From Manhattan to Brooklyn and Massachusetts to Germany, we’ve included the places we love most.
Todays show presents another fine selection of electronic music, including Norwegian Todd Terrje and Royksopp, sound wizard Olafur Arnalds and new works by Henrik Schwarz and his buddy Bugge Wesseltoft.
When we think about the typical American “college experience,” we think of large lecture halls, huge parties, and accumulating debt. Meanwhile, the Minerva Project offers alternative options to traditional higher education.
Photographer and choreographer Mickael Jou is taking 365 professional self-portraits around the world. “I want to feel like I’m flying away and magical,” Jou tells BTR. “This is my world; the thing about photography is that everyone has their own world.”
Nasimiyu is a Brooklyn-based musician whose style has evolved over the years from her time in New Orleans making music to her deeply personal, experimental pop. Last seen on BTR Live Studio with the… | watch
Representing Brooklyn and the Bronx, the one and only group called Manz Rivalz. The name stems from everyday life, which can be competition with anything or anybody. This crew has talent, laid back… | watch