The Vancouver duo celebrates their incredible LP 'InDreams,' with a mix of dark and delirious techno.
Her soundtrack work for the acclaimed platformer 'Celeste' earned her scores of awards and a spot onstage next to Hans Zimmer. Her debut solo album 'Oneknowing' was made, in part, as a way of dealing with the sudden spotlight.
The New York-based collective started throwing dinner parties a few years ago in an apartment as a way of building community. Now, they're onto bigger things.
The Baltimore duo celebrate their 25th year as a couple and as collaborators with 'Plastic Anniversary,' a record sourced from things like breast implants, exercise balls, and broken vinyl records.
Hot off an unreal Boiler Room set, the London-based DJ plays fast and heavy, as she often does.
The founder of Sermon 3—a label, website, and general hub for the city’s weirdo artists—shares a brief collection of insectoid electronics called ‘patricia,’ featuring Eartheater and DJ Slugo.
Listen to "WHY," a ghostly drone ballad, for a glimpse of just how crushing the record can be.
The Florida-based musician's new album 'Coriolis' has its eyes on the skies.
The artist formerly known as Schwarz celebrates a new mixtape with a wild set of pop, rap, and footwork hits.
The duo’s set is a fitting accompaniment to their new album ‘Careful,’ which distills years of love and loss. Also there’s some dialogue from ‘The Sopranos.’
The producer and DJ is part of a crew of artists making it an exciting time to live in the city. His set of head-noddy house and techno gives just a small taste of why.