The Little-Known History of How the Canadian Government Made Inuit Wear ‘Eskimo Tags’
For decades, Inuit had to wear numbered identification tags around their necks because white people couldn't pronounce their names.
WoodysProduce's New Project N° 31 is Visual and Auditory Minimalistic Eye Candy
The 33-year-old L.A. producer is releasing 31 original tracks and 31 videos in 31 days
Meet Wendy Carlos: Godmother of Electronic Music and Badass Trans Woman
In 1968, Wendy Carlos brought electronic sounds into the mainstream.
Twenty Something Years Later, DJ Colette and DJ Heather Are Still The Leading Ladies of House
The genre-bending Chicagoan duo take a breather from their North America tour to check-in with THUMP.
Skratch Bastid Launches Skratch School, His ‘How-to DJ Lessons’ Video Series
Paul Murphy wants to share his know-how with you, free of charge.
Evolve Festival in Nova Scotia Almost Got Cancelled For Offering Free Drug Testing to Attendees
The festival’s insurance company were none too pleased, but the party goes on.
How A Retired Air Traffic Controller Became One of the Maritime’s Most Unorthodox Electronica Artists
Robert T is the New Brunswick-based father of two with more synth gear than your local hardware store.
Electronic Music Promoters In Newfoundland Are Trying to Keep “Skeets” Away By Throwing Safer Events
The influx of the skeet subculture in St. John's is why some promoters are throwing invite-only dance music events.
The Exodus of the Maritimes’ Creative Class Is Hurting Its Electronic Music Scene
Maritimers feel like the kid brother to Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver.