Interview: Ekali Discusses Vancouver’s Rapidly Evolving Electronic Music Scene and the Culture of Internet Collaboration

Now in its 16th year, Red Bull Music Academy has descended upon Tokyo—a city where art and technology continually fuse with ease and precision—and invited 60 participants to learn and create there. The first wave includes a producer... Read more »

The Best Music Videos of the Month (September 2014)

The best music videos that came out in September meaningfully explore how colors—whether infrared imaging, earthy tones, monochromatic scenes, or a single color—uniquely tell the story of a song. From the rich, baroque hues in clipping.'s... Read more »

Arca, Total Freedom, and Jesse Kanda Created a Mind-Bending Live Experience

A little earlier this month, Venezuelan producer Arca announced that his debut album Xen would be released November 4 via Mute. He also announced a brief DJ tour with Fade To Mind member Total Freedom and... Read more »

The Best Music Videos of the Month (August 2014)

The MTV Video Music Awards took place in August, and more and more each year the awards show gives recognition to artists who aren't making interesting videos in the first place. A few quality visuals slip... Read more »

The Best Music Videos of the Month (July 2014)

Each month, a wealth of music videos come out in order to give life to their original songs. Some do so literally, articulating the lyrical vision of the artist, and some do so figuratively, expanding the... Read more »

Tri Angle Records’ Artist WIFE on Lucid Dreams, the Timid Electronic Scene, & Vulnerability

25-year-old Irish artist James Kelly may always be defined by his past as part of the successful black metal band Altar of Plagues, but maybe that’s not such a bad thing. After all, in addition to... Read more »

Interview: James Blake Talks Overgrown, Kendrick Lamar, and 1-800-Dinosaur

James Blake has been through a lot since his first album came out in 2011. Most significantly, he fell in love, and it shows on his new LP, Overgrown.... Read more »