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Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith's New Homespun Synth Piece Has Its Eyes to the Sky
The track's drawn from a new compilation by the people behind the music blog Stadiums & Shrines. They reflect on the halcyon years of the music blogging ecosystem in an interview below.
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith Is Trying to Feel Like a Kid Again
The California composer's new album 'The Kid' accesses "shredded wheat" synth sounds, and candy-coated fantasias as part of a lifelong attempt to live in the moment.
You Need to Check Out 'Blade Runner 2049' and More This Weekend
Take a gorgeously idyllic trip through the eyes of Florida's children and more.
Seven Artists Tell Us Why Canadian Electronic Music Rules
Sled Island 2017 acts including Actress, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, and DIANA share their past and present favourites.
Brian Eno, Jlin, Flying Lotus to Release Exclusive New Music for Adult Swim
The releases are part of Adult Swim's Singles Series.
Best of 2016
The 25 Best Experimental Albums of 2016
From church organ drones to locked groove pranks.
Join Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith on a Seriously Trippy Excursion to the Moon and Back with This Roger Goula Remix
Listen to the beguiling "Pale Blue Dot" refix right here.
[Premiere] Glitch Beauty Births from Chaos in Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith's New Music Video
PixlPa is back at it again, this time with trippy visuals for electronic musician Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith's new single, "Riparian."
6 Producers Reflect on What Synth Innovator Don Buchla Meant to Electronic Music
EMA, Suzanne Ciani, and more pay tribute a man who tried to change the way humans interacted with their instruments.
The Best Things We Saw on the Dance Music Internet Last Week
Honey Soundsystem, Larry Heard and the end of brostep made our list of the best things.
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith Scored Google's Tribute to the 100th Anniversary of the National Parks Service
Listen to Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith's new score while doing a deep dive into the the country's coolest national parks.
How a Chance Meeting in a Tiny California Town Yielded This Year's Most Colossal-Sounding Synth Record
Suzanne Ciani and Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith’s FRKWYS album is a celebration of the happy accident—and the sun.