Sure Richard D. James has been doing other things with his musical time under different monikers in the last thirteen years, but as far as the Aphex Twin we all revere him to be, it’s been a long fucking time. A true groundbreaker in the world of electronic/intelligent dance music in a way that has […]
Flying Lotus has been around these parts a lot as of late, no doubt in anticipation of his hip-hop/jazz/leftfield bass fusion You’re Dead! album set to release October 7th. In part of the slow reveal of the album’s arrival, FlyLo treats us to “Never Catch Me” — a collaborative work with Compton’s own Kendrick Lamar. Never mind any recent […]
In some ways, Daft Punk’s Human After All remix isn’t exactly anything new, seeing as it came out back in 2006. But it was a Japan exclusive, so American ears never got to be tingled by the rinsed sounds of Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter. Finally, here is the worldwide release which means it’s […]
In celebration of this year’s Record Store Day, Pretty Lights — aka Derek Vincent Smith — released a limited edition double 10” vinyl set for his The Hidden Shades EP. The blissful and bass-ful sample-heavy collection featured four unreleased B-Sides and remixes from last year’s Grammy-nominated A Color Map of the Sun album — which we posted for […]
One of our favorite artists, Tom Vek, returns with his third studio album Luck next week. The former Tummy Touch standout dropped the fucking awesome “Sherman (Animals In the Jungle)” at the end of April to get things cooking, and it certainly has our early vote for Song of the Summer. Now we get to […]
The new track from Bassnectar, with our girl Rye Rye on the vocals. Play, rinse, repeat. You want? Download it HERE. As-yet-unnamed full-length album coming June 24th.
Today is a good day, as the legendary Queensbridge murderers Mobb Deep just premiered a free stream of their upcoming album on Pandora. Oh. Hell. Yes. Set to be released April 1st, The Infamous Mobb Deep drops nearly two decades after their landmark original Infamous album, and features collabs with the likes of Snoop, Nas, Bun B, Busta, Juicy […]
For about 10 years between the late 90s and throughout the naughts, Winter Music Conference in Miami was pretty much the greatest place on god’s green Earth. Directly following SXSW, WMC was the electronic/dance/EDM equivalent, except with turquoise water, bikinis, late night Cuban food and gorgeous art deco hotels. Just the thought of it makes […]