The New York noise-destroyer celebrates a new solo tape with a survey of her like-minded buds in the local freak scene.
Inspired by a few finds from New York's "cheapo" record bins, Brandon Wilner turns in a colorful mix of breaks, bass, and all sorts of other stuff.
The Hamburg producer and DJ put together a set in tribute to his love of old technology, in advance of a New York show where he’ll only play floppys.
The LA band's Phil Pirrone—who also founded the heady fest Desert Daze—pulls together a set of mind-expanding music.
Kitty and Sam Ray have blended "Shawty Wanna Fuck," 'Rick and Morty' jokes, and chunks of their own sitcom to create one of the weirdest, most fun mixes we've ever heard.
The man behind New York’s lively Level Party turns in an incredibly fun set of folk-pop classics, bleary techno, and, uh, Toadies. Also he explains how a good party is like a sandwich!
The Chicago label applies their boundary blending approach to this set, which digs deep on the dizzying sounds of their compatriots across the pond.
The Chicago producer and songwriter otherwise known as osno1 turns in half an hour of jittery electro-contortions as a means of therapy.
The Uruguay-based artist blends genres from across continental borders as “a very powerful healing tool” in this week’s Noisey Mix.
The repeat guests of OVO Sound Radio turn in a 54-minute set inspired, curiously, by the filmography of Martin Lawrence.