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Branching off from the Spundose moniker, Omwom just dropped his debut album titled “Cathexis.” This album takes the listener on a trans-dimensional auditory journey through eight powerful tunes. Each track brilliantly blends frequencies low and high with thumping psychedelic grooves. My favorite track to groove to, if I had to choose, would be “The Synergist.” The track […]
Do you play the piano? Percussion? Do you sing four-part harmony in a barbershop quartet? Or are you adept at producing Electronic Music (i.e. techno tech-house, deep-house, or house music) on your computer using the latest software plugins? Whether it’s a piano riff, drum solo, vocal twist, or blistering EDM instrumental, YOU have the opportunity […]
Once a month our staff of 19 Music lovers collaborate to create one concentrated mixtape. It holds the very best of what’s been our headphones lately, both new and old. This month’s playlist is bright and sunny to start: songs to play at the first rooftop bbq of the season, such as Adana Twins and Doctor Dru’s […]
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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 […]
2015 Spotlight Artist: Labrat
A collection of the newest in various genres stemming from a throwback of the '97 Daft Punk mix from BBC Radio 1.
This week's list is all about textures, and even though my monitors are fried right now, these songs managed to keep their beautifully layers.
So earlier this week I put together a playlist of songs that were a bit sad. There’s nothing wrong with that of course, but I’ve just arrived in Puerto Rico for EDC and I’m ready to put some pep in my step (I’m coming from gloomy Belgian weather to an abundance of island sunlight). These […]
Website // Facebook // Twitter // Instagram Following last year’s momentous gathering in Kingston Downs, Georgia, the organizers of Counterpoint Music and Arts Festival are preparing for 2015 to be the best and biggest in the event’s three year history. Recently revealing the first phase of artists, Counterpoint has stirred up major buzz throughout the music community for […]
Lately I’ve come across the same thought about what kind of music is suitable for people. What music is really considered “healthy”? After a few conversations with some artists, I learned that people really just want to be heard and for their emotions to be acknowledged…to be validated. When you think about it, angry music is […]
Tony Mendez is a goofy, charismatic kid whose ear for clever samples and mathematical approach to musical construction excite the hell out of us.
Dropping an EP this morning is Nibit, a small producer from Sweden that falls into the dubstep and glitch hop scenes. “Cydonia” is the title track off the album but it is also an interesting formation of craters and rocks on Mars that have characteristics of the human face. Beginning with a chirping synth that builds to its […]
The dubstep this week is quick and dangerous, so strap yourself in.
From the Producer who brought you "Firin' my Lasers".
Over here in NYC we're preparing for an enormous blizzard, so here are some relaxing tunes for the week to help you fall into a hibernation and hopefully ignore all the snow.
Haywyre's elegant chord arrangements construct a lucid narrative and weave a wide range of emotions from track to track. If you scroll through the comments on his soundcloud page you will notice that there's quite a few 'eargasms' and sense of euphoria.
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