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Electronic Sound Magazine

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48 Reviews   •  English   •   Music (Other)
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Understanding the true roots of electronic music, Electronic Sound magazine combines modern design with a wide context of culture and technology. Bringing together a comprehensive blend of interviews, reviews and releases in every issue, along with in-depth articles covering the current, past and present electronic music scene, Electronic Sound magazine is a must-have for anyone wanting to keep in the loop with this industry.


Covering the very latest releases from around the world including - limited editions, CD albums, seven-inch vinyls, digital downloads, all available in one place. Whether it’s the technology, the scene, thought-leaders or artists you want to find out about, Electronic Sound digital magazine is the magazine for you.


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Issue 115 Air are currently on an extensive world tour to promote the deluxe edition of their landmark 1998 album ‘Moon Safari’. Performing inside a huge glass box that looks like something out of Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’, Jean-Benoît Dunckel and Nicolas Godin are playing the album live and in full for the first time – and the result is a major triumph. The pair speak about the gorgeously languid and exquisitely produced ‘Moon Safari’ in our cover feature, as we assess the influence of a record that hit double platinum sales in the UK and remains an electronic masterpiece to this day. With big bells on. Elsewhere in the mag, we have interviews with industrial technoids British Murder Boys, pop experimentalist Conny Frischauf and oddball hauntologists Orbury Common. We also chat with veteran DJ Richard Sen, Radiophonic Workshopper Paddy Kingsland and Minimal Wave boss Veronica Vasicka, while Adrian Sherwood and Dennis Bovell recall the making of Creation Rebel’s classic ‘Dub From Creation’ album. Add in the eclectic DMX Krew and art rockers Walt Disco, who have just been touring with OMD, and you’ve got lots of good stuff to read in the coming weeks.


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Air are currently on an extensive world tour to promote the deluxe edition of their landmark 1998 album ‘Moon Safari’. Performing inside a huge glass box that looks like something out of Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’, Jean-Benoît Dunckel and Nicolas Godin are playing the album live and in full for the first time – and the result is a major triumph. The pair speak about the gorgeously languid and exquisitely produced ‘Moon Safari’ in our cover feature, as we assess the influence of a record that hit double platinum sales in the UK and remains an electronic masterpiece to this day. With big bells on.

Elsewhere in the mag, we have interviews with industrial technoids British Murder Boys, pop experimentalist Conny Frischauf and oddball hauntologists Orbury Common. We also chat with veteran DJ Richard Sen, Radiophonic Workshopper Paddy Kingsland and Minimal Wave boss Veronica Vasicka, while Adrian Sherwood and Dennis Bovell recall the making of Creation Rebel’s classic ‘Dub From Creation’ album. Add in the eclectic DMX Krew and art rockers Walt Disco, who have just been touring with OMD, and you’ve got lots of good stuff to read in the coming weeks.
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It would be good to have sound links to hear clips of tracks. Reviewed 30 January 2021

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Great magazine, thank you Reviewed 30 September 2020

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Best coverage for global electronic music releases. My favorite mag. Reviewed 05 July 2020

the best electronic music mag, bar none

It is to all kinds of electronic music, old and new, obscure and well-kent, what the likes of Uncut and Mojo are to trad rock - a high quality print (and online) title, well written and beautifully produced Reviewed 15 November 2016

The ultimate electronic music magazine

Excellent Reviewed 25 August 2016

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