Mukqs' Noisey Mix Is the Perfect Escape-from-Reality Music
The Chicago-based experimenter released a disorienting full-length earlier this month and will put out another next week. His new mix is full of similarly transcendent beats.
Dustin Wong, Takako Minekawa, and Good Willsmith's New Album Is Pure Bliss
'Exit Future Heart' is a swirling ambient dream born from improvised sessions at Good Willsmith's Chicago home over the course of one night.
Support Mexico City Earthquake Relief Efforts by Buying Some Weird-Ass Music
The experimental label Umor Rex is donating all of their digital sales from now through October 15.
Mukqs' New Album Is Concerned With the Weight of the Universe
'11,666,666,666,666,666,666' is named after one of Sun Ra's cosmic numbers—which is only one surreal facet of the Chicago producer's new record.
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The Chaotic Patriotism of MrDougDoug's Election Day Album Will Make You Want to Vote
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Good Willsmith Members' New Solo Tapes Are a Testament to the Joyous Complexity of Friendship
Longtime buds Mukqs, TALsounds, and MrDougDoug return with three cassettes that highlight their unity and diversity at the same time.
“Surrender” To The Unearthly Vocals on TALsounds’ Latest Ambient Track
The drone virtuoso gives us a taste from her upcoming release, 'Lifter + Lighter.'
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Good Willsmith's Mukqs and DJWWWW Dive Into the Soupy and Surreal on a New Split
The likeminded electronics absurdists each take a side on a tape for Phinery, out August 1.
The 25 Best Albums of 2016 So Far
The long-players that have been making our hearts beat faster, in no particular order.
A Crop of Producers Are Discovering New Emotions Buried in Everyday Sounds
The first installment of Free Radicals looks at records from Matmos, Wanda Group, and Good Willsmith that find joy, pain, and transcendence in musique concrète structures