Rather than sharing a simple stream, Joywave sources from Tumblr to create a unique, interactive streaming experience that draws from listener engagement.
Following the extraordinary response to her first single ‘Ride’, SLK introduces ‘Be’.
British teenage sensation Chlöe Howl is set to impress audiences abroad as she embarks on a string of highly-anticipated North American live dates next month.
It’s like a futuristic J Dilla instrumental with an overlay of vocals by kin of Kraftwerk or Daft Punk. With “DNA”, Fly Moon Royalty handsomely mixes the chromosomes of urban contemporary instrumentalism and electronic roots, all stemming from the soul and soil of Detroit City.
Adrift in currents of lo-fi R&B beat making, Los Angeles artist, producer, and WEDIDIT co-founder Henry Laufer, AKA Shlohmo, is embarking on an extensive North American tour this spring with special guests to be announced.
Caspa Narkz, a Brooklyn-based producer and songwriter, exclusively releases a 15-track beat tape titled “Gorilla” through us which features classic soul samples on tracks like “Angels”, enchanting and addicting rhythms on “General” and trunk-rattling production on tracks like “Don’t Know Why” and “Yeah Baby”. If you’re looking for variety and a new source of production to rock over, we can guarantee this diligent workaholic is your guy.
Suzi Analogue, the multi-genre artist best known for her ingenious vocal and production contributions to genre-bending urban music, shares the news about her new EP ‘CHILLS + THRILLS’ and an addictive remix for Death Grips’ “Stockton,” available as a free download.
On the night of the late Aaliyah’s birthday, baby girl was still a huge influence on Zoe of ASTR, just as most style icons are.
Mad Decent’s Jeffree’s reached into the vault and dusted off four of the heaviest Baltimore club bangers from early Diplo and M.I.A. collaborator Blaqstarr.
Dim Mak Records celebrates a major milestone this year with the label’s 500th release with the King Babies EP from experimental art punkers The Death Set, out January 21.