Alezzandra's "Black Rose" Visual Is a Dark, Lynch-ian Look at Femininity and Control
The LA artist's sludy slow-burners soundtrack a surreal night through the city's strip clubs and seedy underbelly.
Mija's New Single Is an Us-Against-the-World Anthem
On "Bad for U," the first cut from an EP called 'How To Measure The Distance Between Lovers,' she further embraces her 'FK a Genre' m.o.
Hear Four Tet's Languid New Track "Two Thousand And Seventeen" Now
It's the UK producer's first official solo single since 2013.
A Toronto Record Store “Accidentally” Sold a Brand New Burial Project Called ‘Young Death’
Five copies were sold on Black Friday and the mysterious DJ’s label is mad.
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Meet the Arts Collective Pioneering Hyper-Local, High-Tech Activism
Complex Movements channels quantum physics and philosophy into performance art.
Musical Spotlights Dance Through an Empty Warehouse
Light and sound meet in perfect synchrony in Cocolab's 'White Canvas' installation.
PREMIERE: Sevdaliza's 'Children of Silk' EP Shows Strength in the Face of Confusion
The rising electronic producer and singer releases a dark and detailed new project, featuring Rome Fortune.
Listen to Polo's Beautiful and Sparse "Visions of Fortune"
Sounds like BANKS has been out dancing in a bunch of dark English basement clubs.
PREMIERE: London's HÆLOS Drop Two Darkly Cinematic New Videos - "Pray" and "Dust"
We talk to the London trio about their darkly euphoric tunes—the perfect soundtrack to the end of a party when you're watching the sun come up.
Why Hackers' Cyberpunk Soundtrack Still Matters, According to Director Iain Softley
“I saw Hackers as a music revolution. Their laptops were customized like guitars.”
VICE Exclusive: Listen to Glades's Dark Trip-Hop Song 'Night Prelude'
This isn't the type of electronic music you can just leave in the background. It deserves to be sat with and picked apart. Try it.
Mad Zach's New Video Will Haunt Your Street Dreams
The song on its own could easily be a straight-up club banger, but the video brings out its bizarro trip-hop weirdness.