GAIKA's Revolutionary Music Could Change Everything
Drawing on the legacies of dancehall, trap, and all sorts of other borderless music, the Brixton-raised musician imagines a utopia where the whole world is at his fingertips. And yours too.
Moodymann's Nightmares on Wax Remix Is a Subterranean House Destroyer
The oft-masked Detroit mainstay flips the English producer's lowkey dub-pop cut "Deep Shadows" into something more surreal.
Noisey Guide To
The Guide to Getting into Autechre
The duo’s latest offering is an 8-hour collection of brain-liquifying beats, low hz static, and other shredded software sounds. Most of their catalog is pretty imposing, so here’s where to start.
London Duo patten’s New EP Is an Agitated ‘Requiem’ for the World
The Warp signees talk loss, smoke, and ritual—and stream their followup to 'Ψ.'
Aphex Twin's Return to the US Was a Rainy Reminder of How Hard He Is to Pin Down
The UK prankster's first show stateside in eight years was a joyful, militaristic rave in a rainstorm.
Nightmares on Wax Gets Club Nostalgic in New 'Ground Floor' EP
Stream one of its tracks, "World Inside" featuring Andrew Ashong.
On 'Atrocity Exhibition,' Danny Brown Finally Faces Himself
The tug-of-war between cleaning up and maintaining the rockstar lifestyle is absent.
Holy Shit, Danny Brown Just Released His New Album 'Atrocity Exhibition' Early
It features Kendrick Lamar, Earl Sweatshirt, Kelela, and more and you should go listen to it now, bruh bruh.
Hudson Mohawke Shares Video of His Unreleased DJ Shadow Remix
The Glasgow producer salutes Shadow’s classic 'Entroducing' album.
BBC's Lauren Laverne Proves the Perils of Pronouncing the Title of a New Aphex Twin Track
Richard D. James' "2X202-TS5" is a staticky scorcher—and a mouthful.
Aphex Twin Announced a New EP By Mailing Flyers to Record Stores
'Cheetah' is receiving a charmingly old school rollout.
Veteran UK Duo Plaid Are Back with a New Album
Listen to the first single "Clock" and check out their new interactive website.
Michael Scott Barron