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Flume enters matured new chapter in ‘Hi This Is Flume’

by Festival March 23, 2019

This post was originally published on this site “Stagnation” isn’t a word in Flume‘s vocabulary. The prodigious talent had barely turned 21 when he admissibly defined and spoon-fed the contemporary future bass sound to the masses via his debut, self-titled…

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Jamie xx, Four Tet, Floating Points, and Daphni NTS mix is a music collector’s dream

by Festival November 03, 2018

This post was originally published on this site Four of the most prolific audiophiles in electronica have come together to release a two-hour mix proving not only that music abides by no boundaries, rules, or expectations but also that artists,…

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Feast your ears on Aphex Twin’s entire Warp discography, now streaming for free

by Festival October 13, 2018

This post was originally published on this site Lovers of strange and beautiful bleeps and bloops rejoice: Aphex Twin’s entire Warp Records discography can now be streamed entirely for free–including some juicy previously unreleased gems. Aphex Twin first appeared on the legendary…

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Lido is at it again with another new syrupy smooth single, ‘Outstanding’

by Festival September 22, 2018

This post was originally published on this site Lido has been slowly releasing singles since mid-summer, stoking fans’ anticipation with the lavish “3 Million” and the sublime slow burn of “Corner Love” along with a handful of tracks for Chance…

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DJ Koze goes beautifully bizarre on new track, ‘Hawaiian Soldier’

by Festival September 01, 2018

This post was originally published on this site German producer DJ Koze is capable of playing with any genre or song structure he’s feeling. He proved just that with his recent album Knock Knock, a collection of fuzzy, guest-laden electronica. Despite…

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Trentemøller enthralls on aptly-named new track, ‘On A Cold Christmas Night’

by Festival December 25, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteCopenhagen based Anders Trentemøller has a knack for capturing heart-wrenching melodic moments. His exceptional productions are fused with a sonic trademark somewhere between post-punk, indie, and electronic. As a result, he’s established himself…

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Kris Wu (feat. Travis Scott) – Deserve [Lido Remix]

by Festival December 21, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteLido has broken through to the mainstream in recent times, garnering critical support for his releases of Portugal, The Man’s seminal pop track “Feel It Still” and a massive collaborative effort with THEY on…

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Squarepusher constructs alien synths for Nintendo’s new NES system

by Festival December 21, 2017

This post was originally published on this site Squarepusher has constructed some imaginative synth sounds for Nintendo’s latest classic console spawn—the Super NT—created by Analogue. The Seattle based video game hardware company known as Analogue is dubbing the console as “a reimagining…

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Adam Beyer joins forces with Helena Hauff & James Dean Brown for polished Boiler Room set

by Festival December 13, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteAdam Beyer hit the Vienna Boiler Room decks in late November with an over three-hour-long mix of tantalizing techno and electro. The auditory journey that unfolded is now available for listeners to revel in.…

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Flamingosis & Ehiorobo – Stowed Away

by Festival December 13, 2017

This post was originally published on this site Aaron Velasquez, better known as Flamingosis, has released his collaborative single with singer Ehiorobo. The moniker “Flamingosis” derives from a freestyle frisbee move that Velasquez’ father invented. The New Jersey based funk…

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Swedish newcomer ADAM 888 introduces feverish electro soul single ‘VibrationZ’

by Festival December 09, 2017

This post was originally published on this site Seemingly out of nowhere, Swedish newcomer ADAM 888 has capped the year with one of the weirdest yet most wonderfully unprecedented debuts. A professional skier turned music artist, whose background also spans…

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Austrian duo Leyya get chromatic on kaleidoscopic single ‘Drumsolo’

by Festival December 02, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteLeyya is painting the town of electro-pop red, and pink, blue, green, and yellow too. For in the Austrian-based duo’s tunes, the two are unraveling a new multicolor thread of electro-pop and sewing…

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Lucy In Disguise – Echoes In Time

by Festival November 25, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteCalifornian synthwave producer, Lucy In Disguise, has released his newest ethereal track, “Echoes In Time,” audibly expanding upon his 2016 EP, Endless Echoes. The Santa Barbara-based artist is perhaps best known for his ability to incorporate…

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Burial slings out ominously redolent ‘Pre Dawn/Indoors’ EP

by Festival November 12, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteBurial‘s salient Untrue recently observed 10 years of rotation around the sun. Since the masterpiece’s release, the ominous producer has remained an anomaly. An established recluse, Burial has long preferred that his music speak volumes. His very identity was kept…

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Celebrate the fifth anniversary of Flume’s self-titled debut LP [Stream]

by Festival November 11, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteFive years in the electronic music space can seem like a lifetime, especially as this past half decade saw dance music grow into a $7 billion global enterprise. Production value, ticket sales, and arguably…

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Sunday Morning Medicine: synthwave to soundtrack the pouring rain

by Festival October 29, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteSunday Morning Medicine is an eclectic playlist for the chill at heart. Curated weekly, chillers of divergent tastes Alexandra Blair and Michael Cooper bring you a selection of tracks to relax to. Our editorial feature highlights the cream…

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The Bloody Beetroots ruminate on the sustenance of EDM, challenge the industry with ‘The Great Electronic Swindle’ [Interview + Album Review]

by Festival October 21, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteThe Sex Pistols are undeniably one of the greatest punk rock bands in history, as their influence on both contemporary music and pop culture is inarguably ubiquitous. While punk counterculture seeped into nearly every cultural crevice of the…

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Floating Points unveils remarkable new 19-minute ‘Ratio’

by Festival October 21, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteEarlier this month, the Sam Shepherd-fronted electronic music outfit Floating Points sampled a new track named “Ratio.” Now, the track’s available for listening in its entirety. Standing at nearly 19 minutes, “Ratio” is a number Shepherd’s been…

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Launchpad 41: Bass to shake up the weekend

by Festival October 14, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteLaunchpad is a playlist series showcasing music we love, hand selected by our staff. The tracks come from both emerging and mainstream artists; it’s all about the quality and the unexpected. If you’d like…

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Rinzen tells a stunning hero’s tale through ‘Forbidden City’ [EP Review + Interview]

by Festival October 13, 2017

This post was originally published on this sitePressing “play” on a Rinzen production can be equated to stepping into a different universe. From the first hit of percussion to the closing note, the LA-based artist effortlessly lures listeners into his…

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Life and Death announces experimental compilation series ‘from a long-aborted film’ out in November

by Festival October 05, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteItalian record label and event brand  Life and Death is set to release its first installment in a new compilation series titled Displaced Soundtracks, out Nov. 3. According to the label, the LP “gathers music…

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Launchpad: Mood Music

by Festival October 03, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteLaunchpad is a playlist series showcasing music we love, hand selected by our staff. The tracks come from both emerging and mainstream artists; it’s all about the quality and the unexpected. If you’d like…

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The Glitch Mob’s Ooah releases his Envision Festival set under his downtempo alias, Of Porcelain

by Festival October 01, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteThere are transformational music festivals, and there is Costa Rica’s Envision Festival. Held annually deep in the Latin American jungles, just off the beaches of the Pacific, the Spring time gathering boasts thought-leading workshops, world class…

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Four Tet’s ‘New Energy’ is a texturized, transcendent work of renewal [ALBUM REVIEW]

by Festival September 30, 2017

This post was originally published on this siteFour Tet‘s  routinely provides a sound alternative in an ever-expanding landscape of sonic saturation If the United Kingdom were to crown a Prime Minister to rule over its cutting-edge dance culture, the prolific producer, whose real…

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