Far right targets Berghain. London festivals under threat. New synth unveiled by Moog.

Too far. A far-right political party in Germany – Alternative für Deutschland – has withdrawn its proposal for closing Berghain earlier and forcing the club to have more lighting in order to prevent “sexual acts”. Read about it here. 

Park life. London’s Field Day festival have been back and forth with the council about getting a licence for this year’s event and, after simply paying them £500,000, it seems they’ve now magically struck a deal, according to the Guardian. Find out more here.

Nice ‘rack. Moog have unveiled their latest all-in-one Eurorack synth, Subharmonicon. It’s a dual-oscillator semi-modular analogue synth with dual envelope generators that “divides everything into itself until up becomes down”. For now, it’s exclusive to Moogfest. More here.

Fancy bins. The latest addition to Audio-Technica’s M-Series headline range is the ATH-M60x. It’s designed for the studio and is a low profile affair that is said to deliver exceptional clarity. Full spec here.

behringer eurorack

Copy-rack. Clone masters Behringer are looking to get into the Eurorack market and have released details of three proposed modules which seem to ape the Roland System 100/100M, amongst others. Boss man Uli speaks on the matter here.

20th April, 2018


  • Christ that picture at the top does not look good fun.

  • I just realised that photo is from Sunfall – I was there and it was honestly the worst run event I’ve ever been too. 4.5 hours in the queue!

  • I hope your mag doesn’t start to get all political w/ far-left ideology….would ruin the music mag for me…

  • I hope the mag will not act in accordance to the demands of conservatives who think that a neoliberal centrist like Martin Schulz or the support of one of the most iconic clubs of the world against the attacks of some prude seniors is “far-left”.


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