30 Jul
A quick word with disco compilation mastermind Sean Brosnan

We’re fireballing into the last month of summer; the sun’s shining brighter, the days are getting increasingly warm (and humid? What gives, Los Angeles?) and it’s more important than ever to get our heads in the game and take advantage of what the season has to offer: a ton of poolside parties with a ton […]


8 Jun
30-minute history lesson on the "Father of Stencil Graffiti"

While many youngins may be caught up in the brilliance of Banksy and the statement his graffiti makes because it’s seen as new and groundbreaking, we may be reluctant to think that he too could’ve been strongly influenced by someone else. Have you ever heard of Blek Le Rat? I’ll admit it, I hadn’t. In […]


15 Jun
5 FREE pairs of tix to see Daedulus and NiT GriT at one of LA's most beautiful and secluded super mansions this Friday, June 17

This Friday night Ninja Tune artist, Low End Theory regular and Los Angeles IDM pioneer Daedulus and San Jose dubstep producer NiT GriT (check out his Soundcloud page for a nice taste) will be wobbling the grass dancefloor of the Hummingbird Nest Ranch mansion outside Los Angeles. We went out there for a photoshoot last […]


5 Apr
Mad Decent's resident dubstep champ drops single today

Mad Decent’s resident dubstep champion Rusko drops his first official single today since last summer’s debut album O.M.G. The track, “Everyday”, comes loaded with remixes by the likes of Netsky, Original Sin (who give it the drum n bass treatment) and a funky garage remix from DJ Q. The B-side “Lick The Lizard” is a […]


30 Mar
Ethan Higbee and Adam Bhala Lough highlight the dub pioneer

This trailer for the upcoming Lee “Scratch” Perry documentary The Upsetter came out this weekend, but seeing as we’re such huge fans we figured better late than never. If you consider yourself an appreciator of music, then there is probably little need to introduce Scratch — considered by many to be the Grandfather of Dub […]


25 Feb
Iron gloves and Trojan helmets for the sartorial pioneer in all of us

I know what you’re thinking: for so long you’ve wanted to start rocking that Luxury-Gladiator-With-Antlers look, but you had no idea where to get started. It’s a common obstacle that’s befuddled many an entrepreneurial trendsetter. Lucky for all sartorial pioneers, Rock N’ Bone‘s Couture line is here to supply you with handsomely crafted, $3,000 bedazzled […]


23 Dec
The beginning of a series of Godard-inspired musings

The upcoming Alphaville Series takes its name from hipster God and French New Wave pioneer Jean Luc Godard’s 1965 film of the same name. The themes from the 1960s cinematic movement— full of stylistic experimentation and philosophical dialogue — centered on the ills of contemporary society. Godard’s Alphaville is about a city called Alphaville, a […]


10 Dec
...while 1960s TV gameshow audience tries to comprehend

Pioneering experimental composer John Cage performs the genre-defining composition Water Walk on a game show in 1960. I can’t even imagine — is that why all the people are laughing, they can’t comprehend what Cage is doing? Of course, no one in 1960 had seen anything like this, so it’s understandable that they’d default to […]