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Veteran duo Vindata announce breakup, intentions to forge ahead as a solo project

Vindata was once one of the most enticing electronic acts to come out of LA during EDM’s global boom over the last decade, though now the duo has called it quits, citing creative differences as the catalyst for parting ways. Formerly comprised of Branden Ratcliff and Jared Poythress, Poythress will depart the group, leaving Ratcliff as the […]

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Jake Bowen gets personal on new single, ‘Say Nothing’ with Abbi Press

Jake Bowen is stepping back out into the world of electronic production, building out his catalog of solo works after solidifying his profile as part of progressive metal outfit Periphery. The New York-native producer has shared his latest single, “Say Nothing” cropped from his upcoming LP, The Daily Sun, due later this fall. With the […]

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Let ATTLAS, MAYLYN whisk you away with a new joint single, ‘Into Arms of Lovers’

ATTLAS and MAYLYN are resigning to the power of love on their new collaborative single, “Into Arms of Lovers.” Featuring MAYLYN’s soft vocals and ATTLAS’ harmonizing instrumentals, “Into Arms of Lovers” creates a magical feel that imbues the listener with the sensation of falling. “Take me down to the water,” MAYLYN sings, her voice floating […]

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Valentino Khan returns to hip-hop roots on latest—stream ‘Digest’

Valentino Khan‘s latest single, “Digest,” features the lyrical talents of young rappers Wifisfuneral and YBN Almighty Jay. The Four Loko Records track audibly strays from many of Khan’s Mad Decent offerings—a hip-hop beat rather than a hardstyle or electro-leaning dance cut. The stylistic sidestep is however a return to roots for the mustachioed beatsmith. Khan […]

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Valentino Khan returns to hip-hop roots on latest—stream ‘Digest’

Valentino Khan‘s latest single, “Digest,” features the lyrical talents of young rappers Wifisfuneral and YBN Almighty Jay. The Four Loko Records track audibly strays from many of Khan’s Mad Decent offerings—a hip-hop beat rather than a hardstyle or electro-leaning dance cut. The stylistic sidestep is however a return to roots for the mustachioed beatsmith. Khan […]

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Norwegian newcomer Facading delivers dramatic mid-tempo cut, ‘Freefalling’

Facading may not yet be a household name, though, the 22-year-old beatsmith is on a steep upward trajectory, notching another win on his latest, “Freefalling.” Carefully building out a promising catalog of original works, Facading is fine-tuning his sound with each new delivery, and “Freefalling” proves to be one of his strongest to date. Complex, […]

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Tom Morello, The Bloody Beetroots join forces for ‘The Catastrophists’ EP, enlist Pussy Riot and more on ‘Radium Girls’

Tom Morello‘s influence and experience around the electronic space is well documented, and The Bloody Beetroots‘ seasoned, punk-powered aesthetic are so complementary, it is a wonder these two veteran forces didn’t team up sooner. Though now, the pair have linked for a joint EP called The Catastrophists, due in full on June 18, dropping off […]

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BUKU launches one-time boutique Planet B excursion: Megan Thee Stallion, Illenium, Jamie xx, and more top ticket

BUKU Music + Arts Project made a name for itself as one of the most colorful, diverse, and well-rounded landmarks on the spring festival circuit. Missing the 2020 iteration due to COVID-19’s forced lockdowns, BUKU organizers are chomping at the bit for their return, so they’re hosting a one-time holdover branded Planet B, which manages […]

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Newcomer Kerala delivers heartfelt single ‘Different Light’ ahead of debut EP

Kerala may not yet be a household name, but the producer is proving to be sharp as a tack in the studio, building out a growing catalog of impressive original works marked by an enticing, uplifting future bass sound. His latest, “Different Light,” lands ahead of his upcoming Escapism EP, and serves as a perfect […]

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Exclusive: Brazilian duo Cat Dealers announce debut North American tour

Cat Dealers are coming to the US for the first time, just as dancefloors across the globe begin to open back up. The rising Brazilian electronic duo plan to stake their claim in the states with their debut tour notching 16 stops across the country spanning June through early September. The Rio-based pair are steadily […]

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Tommy Cash breaks down the brazen energy that defines his genre-blurring ‘Moneysutra’ EP [Q+A]

Somewhere at the subterranean intersection of hip-hop and electronic stands emerging Estonian rapper Tommy Cash. Loosely toeing the lines between underground and mainstream appeal, Cash’s energetic, lyrical flow matches with rave-ready production work to make for an enticing union of sonics that’s tailor made for rattling festival speaker systems. On his new EP, Moneysutra, Cash […]

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Tommy Cash breaks down the brazen energy that defines his genre-blurring ‘Moneysutra’ EP [Q+A]

Somewhere at the subterranean intersection of hip-hop and electronic stands emerging Estonian rapper Tommy Cash. Loosely toeing the lines between underground and mainstream appeal, Cash’s energetic, lyrical flow matches with rave-ready production work to make for an enticing union of sonics that’s tailor made for rattling festival speaker systems. On his new EP, Moneysutra, Cash […]

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TOR turns to nature with new LP, ‘Oasis Sky’

Contemplative, lucid, and organic. While these may not be the first descriptors that come to mind when pressing play on a new electronic release, TOR‘s new LP Oasis Sky leans on them to thread the sonic needle. The Canadian producer’s latest full-length should be considered a resounding success solely on the merit of its intersection […]

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TOR turns to nature with new LP, ‘Oasis Sky’

Contemplative, lucid, and organic. While these may not be the first descriptors that come to mind when pressing play on a new electronic release, TOR‘s new LP Oasis Sky leans on them to thread the sonic needle. The Canadian producer’s latest full-length should be considered a resounding success solely on the merit of its intersection […]

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The Chemical Brothers present summery new single, ‘The Darkness That You Fear’

The Chemical Brothers have returned with their first single since the duo’s standout 2019 LP, No Geography. Titled “The Darkness That You Fear,” the new single has summer slammer written all over it, as it presents a softer, more soulful side to the iconic duo’s traditionally jagged electronic productions. Aptly described by The Chemical Brothers’ […]

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Pendulum return once more with new single, ‘Come Alive’

Pendulum are back with a new single, some of their first new material since 2010’s platinum-certified Immersion LP. Now, following up on 2020’s hiatus-snapping twofer, “Driver” and “Nothing For Free,” the legendary Australian electronic outfit have turned in another new single, “Come Alive” as summer 2021 approaches. The band’s signature blend of heavy guitar riffs, […]

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Pendulum return once more with new single, ‘Come Alive’

Pendulum are back with a new single, some of their first new material since 2010’s platinum-certified Immersion LP. Now, following up on 2020’s hiatus-snapping twofer, “Driver” and “Nothing For Free,” the legendary Australian electronic outfit have turned in another new single, “Come Alive” as summer 2021 approaches. The band’s signature blend of heavy guitar riffs, […]

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Bruno Martini shares inside look at debut LP, ‘Original’ [Q+A]

Bruno Martini has one of the most notable sounds emanating out of South America, with the Brazilian superstar DJ and producer coming off of his debut solo album Original, with Universal Music. The 17-track LP traverses through a multitude of genres and features a star-studded lineup of collaborators including Timbaland, Becky Hill, IZA, Luísa Sonza, […]

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Death From Above 1979 lace punk with electronic on ‘Is 4 Lovers’

With the release of their latest album, Is 4 Lovers, Death From Above 1979 treat listeners to a seamless blend of electronic music and punk rock. From punk-based sounds filled with rapid guitars and angsty high energy to more electronic sounds that urge listeners to dance, Is 4 Lovers highlights how various genres can be […]

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Death From Above 1979 lace punk with electronic on ‘Is 4 Lovers’

With the release of their latest album, Is 4 Lovers, Death From Above 1979 treat listeners to a seamless blend of electronic music and punk rock. From punk-based sounds filled with rapid guitars and angsty high energy to more electronic sounds that urge listeners to dance, Is 4 Lovers highlights how various genres can be […]

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