Inside Iraq's Emerging Underground Club Scene
Sixteen years after the invasion, Baghdad is enjoying a cultural renaissance.
Kaytranada Will Just Keep Getting Better
In this Noisey Next video, we catch up with the 25-year-old Haitian-born producer to talk about his rise from SoundCloud to stardom.
Go Forth and Listen to Clams Casino's Fourth Instrumental Mixtape
Absorb the producer's cloudy beats for Vince Staples, A$AP Ferg, Danny Brown, and more.
Meet SkyWalker, Palestine's First Female DJ
We talk to the 26-year-old electronicist about her work, the affect of the occupation on nightlife cultures, and how she's challenging perceived gender roles daily.
Get to Know GusGus, One of Iceland's Other Timeless Musical Exports
Hardware-loving producer Biggi proves you still don't need a laptop to make dance music.
PREMIERE: Tennis Becomes Demonic and Extremely Cool for a Minute in Big Wild’s New Video for “Invincible”
How to overcome the robot monster demon in five sets.
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'Trust' Us, Max Cooper's New Single Is an Autumnal Electronica Track for the Ages
Ever wanted a soundtrack to examining hyper-dimensionality, complex symmetries, the interaction of chromosomes, the potential of multi-cellularity and the emergence of consciousness? You're in luck!
In Defense of Big Beat, the Annoying 90s Music Genre That Snobs Love to Hate
Embracing the good bits of a widely-dismissed music moment that gave us The Prodigy, The Chemical Brothers, and Fatboy Slim.
This Guy Is Teaching Syrian Refugees in Greece How to Make Electronic Music
We meet Gavin and his refugee collaborators in the camps in Ritsona to find out how making music with Ableton is making life a little better.
Boxed In's "Forget" Does the Opposite of What It Says on the Tin
DIY but high def, super pop but super cool. This London quartet are killing it.
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Teengirl Fantasy's Logan Takahashi Gives Us the Lowdown on Ryuichi Sakamoto's Most Influential Releases
We've delved deep into the Japanese genius' genre-spanning back catalogue.
For the Love of Pop: Metronomy's Best Year Ever Is Then, Now, and Always
The Parisian-based, English music wiz returns with a record that doubles up as a time machine. Genius or what?