In 2008 I was sent by the now-defunct BPM magazine to Berlin and Vienna to document the emerging Future Bass movement percolating from the dank basements of those Teutonic capitals. While Modeselektor proved to be the most successful of all the acts from that scene, many were making amazing music — including Jahcoozi, The Tape, Chris Deluca vs […]


27 Aug
Bristol's answer for house, breaks,UK bass & Detroit techno

Bristol producer Eats Everything (Daniel Pearce) has released a remix of the iconic Sono track “Keep Control” in preparation and hype for his upcoming U.S. tour. Although the producer’s music fits under the umbrella of house, it’s not a limited soundscape. Pearce involves elements of jungle, breakbeats, UK bass and Detroit techno into his music […]


11 Jul
More treats from Icky Blossoms' Dave Sitek-produced debut album

If you remember, we introduced you to Omaha, Nebraska’s 90’s electro synth-pop trio Icky Blossoms with a To Whom It May Concern Q&A a few days ago. Per usual, we’ve bringing more good news about the band: you can now stream their entire debut self-titled album — which was produced by the highly coveted Dave […]


The people behind the DJ Food moniker have been slicing up prime cut beats for discriminating music heads since the early 90s — initially putting out five volumes of their groundbreaking Jazz Breaks series. Although originally begun by the men behind Coldcut, DJ Food soon became a loose collective of artists under the Ninja Tune […]


29 Mar
The Weeknd producer Illangelo's latest Toronto crooner

It’s no secret we’re big fans of The Weeknd, so when we heard one of his producers, Illangelo, was working on a new project our ears pricked up. The Toronto producer has teamed up with upcoming post-R&B crooner TALWST (pronounced “Tall Waist”) for a seven-track EP titled Alien Tentacle Sex — an album born of […]


Gebrüder Teichmann, aka The Teichmann Brothers, are an experimental Techno duo operating out of Boogie Down Berlin. They’re literally siblings, and have been making music together since as far back as they can both remember. They swear by analogue machines, fight for the preservation of analogue sound carriers, and don’t really care much about rigid […]


Australia’s Bleeding Knees Club play simple, no frills, direct-to-the-gut pop punk. We heard their track “Teenage Girls” — a straightforward 2-minute ditty about chicks, gum, smoking weed out of an apple pipe and the perfect age for nubile love — and were hooked. So we interviewed them. Their debut EP Virginity dropped last month on […]


13 Oct
Awesome New Republic's hurricane-inspired video and Q&A

We were taken at first listen by the latest track from ANR (Awesome New Republic), the hurricane and natural disaster-inspired “It’s Around You” single. The University of Miami, School of Music duo — comprised of Brian Robertson (Keys, Vocals) and Michael-John Hanock (Vocals, Drums) — craft infinitely catchy songs built on synth riffs, swooning vocals and melodic […]

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