Jamie xx Releases Video for “Gosh”

Jamie xx already released an official video for “Gosh,” the lead track off his debut LP, In Colour, but apparently that wasn’t quite good enough. For this video, he teamed up with director Romain Gavras, who previously directed videos for Kanye West, MIA, and Justice to create a bleak and surreal visual accompaniment. The video is […]

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Death Grips – interview 2016

Last week I was browsing my soundcloud newsfeed, dissatisfied by the incessant reposts and lack of new content. Then… a miracle happened. I stumbled upon a brand spanking new Death Grips playlist, dubbed ‘interview 2016.’ These tracks were originally released as a 20 minute interview video with TV host Matthew Hoffman. The actual audio for the […]

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Flying Lotus/Thundercat collab

Earlier this week, experimental producer Flying Lotus uploaded three previously unheard tracks on his SoundCloud. These songs were conceived during the recording sessions of You’re Dead! , his most recent album released in 2014. Two of these songs, “NO feeer Thunderrcatt2010″ and ” Haleys line//thundercat” feature prominent jazz/funk virtuoso Thundercat. “NO feeer” has a very ecstatic bass […]

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Space Jesus – Sycamore

  Experimental bass artist Space Jesus released his album, ‘Close Encounters,’ in November of last year. The album’s bass heavy sound, glitchy vocals and psychedelic synth production, makes it extremely encapsulating. His song “Sycamore” captures the soulful vocals of prominent artist Honeycomb while effortlessly combining them with the album’s spooky synth audio, leaving you with […]

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sir Was – a Minor Life

Dreamy and haunting, ‘a Minor Life’ landed in my inbox this morning, and I just can’t stop listening. With a number of different melodic elements, including bagpipes, synths, and the soaring voice of Was himself (I assume, as it’s pretty much impossible to find any information on Was at the moment, besides the fact that he […]

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Artist Spotlight: Dasha Rush

I stumbled across Dasha Rush by way of Australia’s Rainbow Serpent Festival a few months ago (she was the techno headliner, a well-deserved slot). The Russian producer has earned a reputation for herself by carving out melancholy, brooding tracks across genres ranging from techno to ambient, although her live sets pack quite the punch. 10 […]

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Perverse – Aye Aye

Dubstep is alive. Alive and kicking. While you won’t hear too much low-end coming from festival speakers in the States, underground shows the world over still play homage to perhaps the darkest of bass genres. Here with some proof is Perverse, a duo out of Auckland that regularly churns out high-quality broken beat tunes. Aye Aye, dark […]

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