In this week's roundup of essential new projects: Janelle Monáe gets free and futuristic, Speedy Ortiz get hooky captures
Here's who we'll be losing our shit to at one of Europe's best festivals.
The organizers of Halifax's OBEY Convention tell us how they've survived a decade of rejecting the mainstream.
It’s out now on The Vinyl Factory.
The Virginia producer's 'Paradiso'—aided by Elysia Crampton and Rabit, among others—mirrors the chaos and euphoria of our world.
Also featuring some Sherwood & Pinch and Disco Halal treats.
The boundary-pushing producer's flip of an underrated DFA songwriter is beautifully subdued.
The California composer made her multimedia live sets into moving documents of endurance.
From electro-protest anthems to rose-tinted remembrances of childhood.
Featuring lyrics written by Adrian Piper, they're off the Total Freedom-executive produced compilation 'Anthem.'
They shared "EMT (FIRST RESPONSE)" via SoundCloud yesterday.
With help from friends like Rabit and Chino Amobi, the experimentalist's new LP finds hope beyond the horizon.