New Flume, New Tour

In case you missed it, Flume released another track off his hotly anticipated sophomore LP, Skin. The song is ‘Never Be Like You,’ and features the ethereal vocals of Kai, who appears to be the Australian producer’s replacement for George Maple, who Emoh Instead retained through the divorce with What So Not. She’s a perfectly […]

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KOAN Sound [Interview] Soundgarden Hall, Philadelphia

When we’re talking sound design, musical aptitude, and overall production quality in electronic music, few artists stand next to KOAN Sound. Years ago, when a roommate first ran “Sly Fox” for me, something snapped in my head and I left “home” in hip-hop to start covering electronic music. Ever since, I’ve tracked KOAN’s activity and made several […]

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Barely Alive & Astronaut – Rivals EP

Barely Alive & Astronaut have teamed up and delivered a fresh,new project, dubbed Rivals EP, that combines Dubstep, Glitch Hop,and Electro House. Astronaut’s contribution seems to smoothen Barely Alive’s sometime overly harsh sound. My favorite track is “Bad Fellas” which combines Gltich Hop with that G-Funk, Dr. Dre sound. Check out Rivals EP below. AJ […]

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Beat Fatigue- Ain’t That a Glitch EP (ElectroJams Premiere)

Today, I’ve been allotted premiere privilege from Adapted Records, to unleash the latest full length EP, Ain’t That a Glitch, from the  dedicated multi-instrumentalist/producer John Scofield, aka Beat Fatigue. In the six year lapse since Dave Tipper’s seminal Wobble Factor, we’ve seen an international wave of producers expand the sonic palette of the glitch “genres” towards incredible […]

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Big Gigantic “Get On Up”

  Dominic Lalli and Jeremy Salken, better known as Big Gigantic, are back with a blast of funk to warm you up on a cold February day. “Get On Up” is more of everything you know and love from Big G, plus a little unexpected surprise. Alongside Dom’s sax lead and Jeremy’s booming percussion is […]

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Lafa Taylor-High Off Instrumentals

The future of electronic music, as far as I can see, rests on a synergy between organic and computerized elements. That’s what you’ll find on Lafa Taylor‘s latest, a collaboration with the band Medium Troy. It’s slow, melodic, and irresistible. Definitely fits the vibe of the transformational scene. Check it out below. Adam De Gree […]

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Opiuo-Meraki Remixed LP

We’ve been waiting for a Remix EP from Opiuo since April, when he clued us into the idea as a second venture on his fledgeling Slurp Music label. Meraki Remixed incorporates an assemblage of external producers, (no VIP from Opiuo) who draw and quarter original stems from the funk heavy Meraki in every direction,  destroying the continuity of […]

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The Glitch Mob Announce North American Fall Tour

The Glitch Mob is the gift that keeps on giving. They just released the dates and locations for a fall tour, exclusively east of the Mississippi. They’ll be blowing the minds and melting the faces of their fans with the spaceship-like interface known as “The Blade,” with support from The M Machine and Chrome Sparks. […]

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