e/i was the second magazine founded, published and edited by electronic music journalist Darren Bergstein, launched in 2003. It is the successor to i/e magazine, which ran from 1990 to 1998. Closer in style to The Wire and than other magazines, e/i focused on chronicling the history of electronic music.

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  • e/i was the second magazine founded, published and edited by electronic music journalist Darren Bergstein, launched in 2003. It is the successor to i/e magazine, which ran from 1990 to 1998. Closer in style to The Wire and than other magazines, e/i focused on chronicling the history of electronic music. In mid-2006, e/i Magazine announced that it was no longer publishing any print issues. In February 2007, the publisher announced that the magazine had revised its website, leading to a relaunch of the magazine as an online entity. The magazine is currently defunct as of January 2009. In 2011, Darren Bergstein founded his own recording label called Periphery. (en)
  • e/i was the second magazine founded, published and edited by electronic music journalist , launched in 2003. It is the successor to i/e magazine, which ran from 1990 to 1998. Closer in style to The Wire and than other magazines, e/i focused on chronicling the history of electronic music. In mid-2006, e/i Magazine announced that it was no longer publishing any print issues. In February 2007, the publisher announced that the magazine had revised its website, leading to a relaunch of the magazine as an online entity. The magazine is currently defunct as of January 2009. In 2011, Darren Bergstein founded his own recording label called Periphery. (en)
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