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Traverse Some Spooky Woodlands in Mas Ysa's "Sick" Video

The Montreal-born artist is currently on a North American tour with Julianna Barwick.
Benjamin Boles
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Julianna Barwick's New Album Is Sending Shivers down Our Spines

Stream 'Will' over at NPR.
Michael Scott Barron
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Julianna Barwick and Mas Ysa Share Glacially Paced New Duet

"Same" is off the Brooklyn-based producer's forthcoming album 'Will.'
Alexander Iadarola
The Make Believe Issue

August's Best and Worst Albums

Royal Headache rules, Hot Chip reminds us that British white dudes can't dance, and the new Mac Demarco mini-LP inspired a hallucinatory experience involving characters from "The X-Files."
VICE Staff
Longreads Or Whatever

This Is What Mas Ysa Sounds Like

We spent a day in the woods with Tom Arsenault discussing noise, heartbreak, and the music of self-examination.
Kyle Kramer
Holy Shit

Yooooooo, How About Mas Ysa's New Song "Gun," Featuring Nicole Miglis?

Stream the latest song from 'Seraph,' which is shaping up to be one of the year's best albums.
Kyle Kramer
Holy Shit

Life Doesn't Matter So Listen to Mas Ysa's New Song "Margarita"

The Brooklyn producer songwriter announces his debut record 'Seraph.'
Eric Sundermann
Holy Shit

Oh Man, Listen to Mas Ysa's "Look Up" and Collapse into a Puddle or Something

In Mas Ysa's hands, every emotion feels titanic, and he's got a bassline and a warbly scream to drive the point home.
Kyle Kramer
2014 in Review

Noisey's Best and Worst of 2014 - Kyle Kramer

St. Vincent, Dej Loaf, Rich Gang, Future, and more made editor Kyle Kramer's best of list.
Kyle Kramer
New music

Downtown Festival is Upon Us! Enter To Win Tickets in NYC

The multi-city festival opens the NYC date this weekend
Noisey Staff
Jansport Bonfire Sessions

Come Party with Atlas Sound, Ducktails, and Mas Ysa at Our Jansport Bonfire Session in Brooklyn

The event kicks off at 5 P.M. on September 13.
Noisey Staff

A Scene Grows In Brooklyn: The Genesis of Mas Ysa

The electronic musician talks creative flop houses, steel drum samples, and the Williamsburg warehouses that inspired him.
Michael Sugarman