A different view on what is widely considered a healthy diet these days: The Guardian ran an interesting-to-read interview with Anthony Warner, the man behind the blog Angry Chef, who’s “on a mission to confront the ‘alternative facts’ surrounding nutritional fads and myths”. Read the full interview here.
Extending over 1 hour and bordering the realms of cheesiness at some points, here’s a sonic kingdom full of ecstatic, sunlit soundscapes.
“[T]hese tech giants have quietly crept into our minds and rewired our brains. They have engineered a generation of self-obsessed narcissists. […] Registration might be free, but long-term use quite evidently comes at a price.” A well-written article on Highsnobiety about the world in which we live.
A deeply meditative, deeply ritualist journey full of hypnotic percussions, ethereal singing, dreamy melodies and the sounds of the jungle.
Following his brilliant new album Migration and an in-depth interview with Mixmag Bonobo drops a warm and playful DJ mix that reflects his highly eclectic approach.
Torren Martyn drawing stylish high-lines on a funky 7’9″ twin fin surfboard.
Uone did it again and proved himself to be what his fellow country men refer to as a mad cunt behind the decks. His DJ set at Rainbow Serpent’s Sunset Stage is a bold mix of trippy House tunes, and of course it comes with the signature bawl-along factor of the Australian DJ. Quite some…
A musical journey from Dope Beats to mellow dancability and back: Dolph delivers the goods and proves himself once again to be a highly eclectic DJ.
A razor sharp dissection of the psyche of (not only) young people these days, who have long become smart phone cyborgs.
Beautiful footage with a great soundtrack from a paddle session at Nazaré, Portugal’s infamous big wave spot.
Pianist and electronic music composer Nils Frahm keeps up his christmas mixtape tradition and shares with us an hour of cosy pops and crackles on mellow vintage records.
Where the fragrance of gumtrees and pines blends into the salty chill of the Atlantic ocean, where food and wine are just as diverse and vibrant as the regions they represent.
The untiring outdoor enthusiast Yvon Chouinard hits the mark 17 times in this inspiring quote collection: 1. “Taking a trip for six months, you get in the rhythm of it. It feels like you can go on forever doing that. Climbing Everest is the ultimate and the opposite of that. Because you get these high-powered…
Kabanjak is back with bang. Today the German beatmaker dropped The Dooza Tapes Vol. 1, and they are oozing with his signature dopeness. The bass lines are so fat and heavy that they might ask you to book two contigious seats if you wanna listen to this album on the airplane. Dynamic live drums, Trap-ish…
Mellow Trip Hop meets contemporary Jazz meets field recording meets stunning nature videography: Joe Acheson and his imaginary orchestra present Wingbeats.
Raw, excessive, delirious, big-room, low-lights, four-to-the-floor Techno: Kernel Existence is the new Alter Ego of Dub Techno mastermind Toby Dreher. Solid party music.
Complementing the release of their mutual album Particle Fields, Robot Koch and Savannah Jo Lack take us on a nearly hour-long time travel through the soothing realms of Classic, Neo Classic and mellow electronic music.
Same but different: Bonobo is among the few producer who manage to keep up a signature style, but at the same time to sound fresh and new. So it’s exciting news that his next album Migration has just been announced for the beginning of next year on Ninja Tune. Kerala, the promising first single, comes with…
Not so sure about this New Wave style of music, but the video and its message really hit the mark.
Robot Koch played a live set for Boiler Room together with vocalist Delhia De France. It took place in front of video projection that provided the pefect visual match for the warm, organic sound of this performance.