This Nonlocal Forecast Mix Offers Smooth Jazz Fit for Tears and Bong Rips
The Chicago-based artist best known as Fire-Toolz shares a mix of sounds from the world of her proggy computer jazz record ‘Bubble Universe!’
Lena Raine's Digital Ambience Can Make You Panic or Help You Relax
Her soundtrack work earned 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.
Sun Araw's Misty New Album Shows the Freedom of Improvising With Friends
'Activated Clown,' billed to S. Araw Trio XIII and due out 11 January on NNA Tapes, is colorful, intimate, funny, and free – everything formless music should be.
Tim Presley’s New White Fence Single is a Stunning, Sparse Left Turn
"I Have To Feed Larry's Hawk," premiering today on Noisey, is a chilly intro to the new White Fence record. We spoke to Tim Presley about San Francisco, harm reduction and the ambient suite that closes his new record.