Com Truise’s first album in six years is a robust examination of sound’s shapes and textures.
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Bass music demigod Lorin Ashton has released the latest project from his amorphous music vault, which is the first in a two-part EP series titled Reflective. Insofar as Bassnectar has earned a reputation of mythic proportions within his bass head community, it may come
Trap Nation has uploaded a slow burning, mellifluous track to their youtube account without any artist attribution.
A long buildup juxtaposed with smooth vocals successfully conceals the intensity of the drop in EMBRZ’s latest track, “Higher.” The self-taught Irish producer notes that deadmau5 was his inspiration to enter into the electronic music scene, which is readily apparent when listening to
Halfway through 2017 and it’s been nothing short of a fantastic for dance music. The greatness however lies not with the names that occupy billboards or Vegas LED walls, but rather side stages and underground events that always fly under the radar. Gorillaz long awaited Humanz was a dud, Deadmau5‘s lazy compilation of backcatalogued tunes
Tycho releases the first vocal offering of his career with the Beacon-assisted update to his 2014 track, ‘See.’
Philadelphia’s own Instupendo drops a new dreamy mix for the 88th edition of The Radar.
There’s a certain tenderness to Slow Shiver’s music that is all-but lacking in today’s modern electronic music landscape. It’s the kind of emotional authenticity that harkens to be revisited over and over. Slow Shiver’s latest original, “Set In Stone,” is a prime example
British trio London Grammar has shared their newest remix EP of “Oh Woman Oh Man” ahead of their sophomore album release. Listen here.
The Canadian producer’s latest release on Monstercat is equal parts future bass and downtempo.
Hundred Waters dropped off five new pieces of music as a prelude to their upcoming third studio album.
Demicat has just released ‘Oredorok,’ an EP featuring traditional Korean elements alongside ambient electronic sounds.
A debut from Philadelphia’s Instupendo reveals more about where he’s headed than what he’s already done.
Galantis released their second track of the year, “Hunter.” Stream the alluring yet mysterious track below.
His latest, “Dear Ana,” is a slow-rolling and touching ballad that showcases Matthew Koma and Jai Wolf’s styles in a cohesive, smooth manner.
The M Machine stop by The Cookout to provide a hearty mixture of various soundscapes weaved into an edgy and cohesive mix.
Australian newcomer, Kendl, pulls inspiration from Bonobo and Four Tet in new brooding single, ‘For Her.’
Fresh off of Deadbeats, DNMO and Sub Urban debut the release of their track ‘Broken.’
WDL stuns with debut LP, ‘No Wings Airline.’
Matt Lange fashions a forward-thinking, intimately moving EP on his own IsoRhythm imprint.
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