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Editor’s Introduction: What a year 2013 has been! Between releasing “Run in Circles” with Vestron Vulture [link], the “Contagion EP” [link], being called The Future of Electronica in Sykomindz Magazine [link], moving into the city of Pittsburgh, and a million … Continue reading
After a slew of delayed release dates, a controversial plan to drop the fourth record by M.I.A. on the Tamil New Year fizzled out like the rest of them. In addition to a $1.5 million lawsuit from the NFL and … Continue reading
The influential Boards Of Canada began a long play of silence after the release of 2006′s Trans Canada Highway. During this downtime, their fan base had released a compilation series of pieces inspired by generally chilled out Electronic music called One on Twoism, a … Continue reading
French Dance duo Daft Punk’s fourth proper studio album, Random Access Memories kicked off to a great start before it was even released. After a surprising commercial on Saturday Night Live, followed by an eight part collaboration series, a trailer debut at Coachella (please … Continue reading
Most music that comes out of the vaporwave scene seems to thrive on nostalgia. It plays upon samples from older urban music, spun to sound like some sort of warped elevator music that pries upon the familiar sounds in which … Continue reading
ATTENTION: This review is part of the extravagant 2020k giveaway. Click here to see all of the goodies we’re giving away. Win a copy of Ego by Benign & Roy Hessels, as well as other goodies by tweeting “#2020kgiveaway Infrasound: … Continue reading
Look, before we even get into it I’m going to address the delusional elephant in the room. Yes, Justin Timberlake’s The 20/20 Experience is in reference to me. As I’ve mentioned an infinite amount of times on Twitter and in all … Continue reading
The cover of Crystal Castles‘ third record (III) features an emotional portrait captured by photojournalist Samuel Aranda, of a woman named Fatima Al-Qaws holding her son Zayed, in Yemen, after he was exposed by tear gas during a street demonstration in the latter quarter of … Continue reading
Christina Aguilera does not hold back on her versatility in regards to the diverse list of influences that drives the singer to create an outstandingly eclectic catalog of music. From the pop, latin, and urban influences of her self-titled debut … Continue reading