2015 saw huge improvements to the spread of electronic music, with mainstage “EDM” on the fall, and experimental genres, alongside their classical predecessors on the rise. Quality over quantity ruled, paving the way for a brighter future of electronic music. We asked our staff to curate their picks for album of the year, their top […]
A must-read chronicle of everything electronic
Output’s Funktion One sound system in Brooklyn is a pinnacle of the desire for maximum sensory appeal, clattering out powerful haptic basslines without irritating the ear. Tonight, Bonobo’s metallic drums beat out African rhythms while digital chirps and glitches glitter across the muddled dancefloor. After hours of dancing I curl up on a leather couch, […]
In a city of anarchy symbols tagged along cobble stoned streets, youth taking over abandoned banks and schools, and a recent memory of dictatorship, it should be no surprise that Drum N’ Bass is the face of electronic music. When I moved to Spain and searched for an electro haven to let off steam and shuffle with like […]
The technological advances of our generation have enhanced the human experience through way of increased personalization of services and products. In terms of music, the past decade has allowed us to listen to any song instantaneously. Now that we can listen to almost anything we desire at a moment’s notice, the manner in which we listen […]
After releasing a collaborative project with fellow Miami producer, Ben Wash, Treznik is back just a few weeks later with a solo EP that dissolves the barriers of any genre. With his third release on King’s Head Records, Treznik’s Exonym EP expresses the young producer’s ability to combine traditional R&B and Hip-Hop with industrial sound […]
Monstercat recently announced a new addition to their lineup that puts electronic music into a unique perspective. The mysterious Karma Fields explores the unity of sonic and visual reflections of themselves with their newest single “Build the Cities” featuring the intoxicating voice of Kerli, and the geometrical precision of animator Raven Kwok (aka Guo Ruiwen). Their […]
A Complete Guide to House Music - exploring the glory of House and the dozens of subgenres held under it.
Why You Need to Listen To Worlds.
The ability to tie sects of a subculture together, regardless of geographical differences, has allowed what were cultural microcosms to grow into international movements. Kids who used to be alienated by their unconventional music tastes because their towns didn't have anyone like them can now join digital communities and toss theories about upcoming album releases across the world in a comment thread.