Archive | Experimental

The Truth About Electrical Brain Stimulation

Shocking your scalp using two wet sponges and electrodes is having a bit of a moment. The procedure, called transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), has been shown to help you learn math, improve your language skills, and even work out harder for longer. But scientists are split on whether tDCS can really do…Read more… Continue […]

Continue Reading

Austrian duo Leyya experiment with smooth sounds on ‘I Want You,’ ready for 2018

Electro pop duo Leyya is set for a massive 2018, with over nine million streams to date and their debut album, Sauna, scheduled for release in late January. The Austrians are currently touring all over Europe, and, following the album’s release, they’ll be hitting every major stop until late April.The duo, comprised of Sophie Lindinger and […]

Continue Reading

Sam Gellaitry – hibernation

Scottish producer Sam Gellaitry has been producing music since the ripe age of 12. The genre shapeshifter received recognition through a plethora of bubbling singles and the release of his Escapism I, II, and III, with the third edition Gellaitry’s most unique sonic landscape to date.Gellaitry’s newest release, “hibernation”, sees him dive further into the ocean of sounds that defined […]

Continue Reading

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

Copenhagen 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 as an incredibly unique purveyor over the years. Influences like the shoegazers My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, Joy Division, or even Depeche Mode seep […]

Continue Reading

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

Copenhagen 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 as an incredibly unique purveyor over the years. Influences like the shoegazers My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, Joy Division, or even Depeche Mode seep […]

Continue Reading

Joris Voorn captivates in 2017 year-end mix

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, as Joris Voorn has delighted listeners with his annual year-end mix.In a nearly hour long mix, Voorn delves into a spellbinding array of tantalizing tracks and galvanizing grooves. Once more, Voorn proves his skillful production prowess and separates himself from his contemporaries with the most eloquent assemblage. The producer moves with poise on the […]

Continue Reading

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

Lido 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 “Not Enough.” These singles came after a slew of forward-thinking outputs over his years in music that had already made the burgeoning […]

Continue Reading

Squarepusher constructs alien synths for Nintendo’s new NES system

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 of perhaps the greatest video game system of all time,” and their new boot-up tune summons nostalgic memories of playing Super Nintendo in […]

Continue Reading

Watch Radiohead’s Thom Yorke debut new song ‘I’m A Very Rude Person’

Radiohead‘s frontman, Thom Yorke, is in the midst of a brief solo tour ahead of his headlining appearance at Houston’s Day For Night Festival.Kicking off the jaunt was Yorke’s show at Los Angeles’ Fonda Theatre, where Consequence of Sound reports Yorke played out an extensive, 15-song set brimming with new and unreleased music.Per a printed setlist release, two of […]

Continue Reading

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

Adam 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.At the helm of the Drumcode label boss’ ever-flourishing career, Beyer was joined by the experimental Hypnobeat duo — which is comprised of James Dean […]

Continue Reading

Flamingosis & Ehiorobo – Stowed Away

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 producer is heavily influenced by such genre defining beat makers as J Dilla, Flying Lotus, and Madlib.“Stowed Away” is a sonic experimentation in […]

Continue Reading

Nicolas Jaar’s deluxe edition of ‘Sirens’ is here, complete with three new tracks

When Chilean-American experimentalist Nicolas Jaar released Sirens last year, Dancing Astronaut regarded it as an enactment of “magical realism.” In a more present act of magic proportions, Jaar has returned to his seminal personal-political work with the release of a deluxe edition. He’s added three new tracks recorded during the album’s sessions that did not make it to the final version.“A Coin in Nine […]

Continue Reading

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

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 various video directing duties, the recent Warner Norway signee wastes little time establishing himself as a welcome oddball on the Nordic front. ‘VibrationZ’ […]

Continue Reading

Graves – Genesis (Tsuruda Remix)

Thomas Jay Tsuruda, better known as Tsuruda, has released his remix of Graves’ track “Genesis.” On his rework, Tsuruda takes the track’s fundamental structure and deconstructs it, creating his own world in which the linear facets of traditional electronic tracks are nonexistent.The producer’s biography notes that he attended a classical music school from kindergarten to eighth […]

Continue Reading

Baile releases haunting ambient soundcore album ‘Patient History’

Reed Kackley, better known as Baile, has released a new ambient album, Patient History. The album serves as an ambient backdrop for NYC-based dancer Natalie Johnson’s movement memoire of the same name. Johnson’s memoire is a solo interpretive dance act produced and enacted herself in which she creates a physical manifestation of Baile’s symphonic melodies. In Johnson’s words, ‘Patient History’ is “the estrangement and […]

Continue Reading

Nicolas Jaar shares new track ‘Coin In Nine Hands’ ahead of deluxe ‘Sirens’ release

Nicolas Jaar is releasing a deluxe edition of his 2016 album Sirens on December 8.Ahead of the release, Jaar’s shared an unreleased track from the sessions, “Coin In Nine Hands.”Speaking of the release on Twitter, he said, “this deluxe version of the record is what it should have been all along but i got scared of “coin” and […]

Continue Reading

Virtual Self – Ghost Voices (AWE Bootleg)

AWE has revealed a remix of Virtual Self’s ‘Ghost Voices.’Virtual Self, a new alter ego from Porter Robinson, first released the track in his debut self-titled EP. Now, AWE flips the script on the track, altering its structural nature from a deep ballad to trap anthem and injecting his own blend of askew drum samples. AWE’s […]

Continue Reading

MUST LISTEN: Boys Noize drops off blistering, acid-only mix

Boys Noize has dropped off a rare new mix. One might even say it’s strictly raw.In the mix, Alex Ridha slings out an hour of cataclysmically vehement acid-tinged tracks, created exclusively with the Brooklyn-based creative production studio Pomp&Clout.The new mix is boisterously built, both appealing in its affliction and primed for the dancefloor in its vociferous […]

Continue Reading

Austrian duo Leyya get chromatic on kaleidoscopic single ‘Drumsolo’

Leyya 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 it into the very seams that so nicely dress up the genre. In a delectable exudence of multitudes, Leyya takes on both melancholy and […]

Continue Reading

Savoy – Up All Night ft Laura Reed [Free Download]

Savoy is known for their eclectic mix of rock, techno, dance and bass music, which puts a refreshing twist on electronic music in a cluttered scene. The trio, composed of producer Gray Smith, guitarist Ben Eberdt, and drummer Mike Kelly are back with a new release titled “Up All Night” featuring Laura Reed.This track is their […]

Continue Reading