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Flying Lotus Ranks His Records
Ahead of his new album 'Flamagra,' the Los Angeles-based producer takes a look back at the psychedelic turns his career has taken.
This Minimal Violence Mix Will Help You Transcend This Mundane Meatspace
The Vancouver duo celebrates their incredible LP 'InDreams,' with a mix of dark and delirious techno.
Holly Herndon's New, AI-Spawned Album Is Full of Humanity
For 'PROTO,' the artist and her collaborators built an AI that was trained on their voices. The music it produced is eerie at times, but it's full of life.
This Foodman Mix Is a Strange Trip Through Experimental Electronic Music
Themed around "urban indigeneity," it slams together producers from his native Japan, boundary-pushers from around the world, and, uh, Bright Eyes.
Listen to Two Mind-Blowing Previews of Flying Lotus’ New Album
“Spontaneous” features Little Dragon’s Yukimi Nagano and “Takashi” is an instrumental jam. Both are great and on Flamagra, which is out May 24 via Warp.
The 83rd’s Noisey Mix Is a Potent Dose of Underground Energy
Slamming together 30 tracks in 30 minutes, the New York freak scene staple shines a light on the same experimentalists he highlights through his blog and label Sermon 3.
Flying Lotus' New Single With David Lynch Is Surreal and Upsetting
"Fire Is Coming" heralds the Los Angeles-based producer's new album 'Flamagra,' out May 24 on Warp.
Lena Raine's Digital Ambience Can Make You Panic or Help You Relax
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.
This Mix from Disco Tehran Is a Joyful Celebration of Spring and Belonging
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 83rd’s New EP Is a Frenetic Document of New York’s Freak Scene
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.
Breaking's New Ambient Ballads Offer Peace That's Handworn and Hard-Won
The New York composer and filmmaker's new EP 'Shell' offers three intimate and beautiful new songs.
Watch the Surreal Video for Josh Pan and Dylan Brady’s Road Jam “Wheels”
The two experimenters have done a lot of work with electronics but on 'This Car Needs Some Wheels,' their new album for OWSLA, they share a vision of tripped-out Americana.