Every two years or so, everyone gets sick of generic music bullshit and gets down to destroying it again.
America has been getting its ass kicked on the techno front for way too long.
Emma Louise "Scout" Niblett doesn't sound like Cat Power, so stop saying that.
Co-opting culture vultures drop the term "underground" so often that it's become as meaningless as the UN.
The X-Ecutioners are one of the most important DJ collectives in rap history.
Alex Viviano is busy creating pretty messes across Melbourne to offend the senses.
Electrocute like to stand out from Berlin's gender-bending dildo collectors.
I want all garage rock bands to be miserable and fucking depressed all the time like I am.
Luciano's music is so special that it'll come to you in the end. Trust us.
Meet Warrior Queen, Dancehall DJ and bedroom bully.
Get to know Dead Meadow.
Back in 1995, Kim was a little girl dressed all in black, surrounded by a bunch of goons in a Junior M.A.F.I.A. ad.
If life is kicking you square in the cojones, and you need to chill the fuck out, Electric Indy has some advice.
More rap reviews with Fritz.
The most fun I ever had was in a car park in Stoke when I was 14.
Can you feel the threat of imminent annihilation reaching for your throat?
Andy Jenkinson discusses Acid, skiing and Chelmsford Wimpy.
Cool girl bands you have never even heard of from, like, Denmark and Japan and stuff.
Littles discusses selling crack and shooting at the cops.
Fuck spinning vinyl records when you can spin paper, rubber and glass instead.
Sometimes the best thing about a show is hanging out in the parking lot.
Rufus Harley is maybe the most eccentric jazz player of all time.
Lots of moody lights and the smell of burning herbs.
Wordplay, childbirth and an obsession with physical deformity make Banhart a shoo-in for indie folk's next big thing.