The Best Music Videos of the Month (April 2015)

A pretty incredible range of music videos came out in April: we saw everything from political commentary and personal manifestos to surreal computer animation and incredible dance choreography.... Read more »

A Preview of SBTRKT’s New Creative Installation

Miami Music Week has its fair share of distractions, from ULTRA Music Festival to a range of side-parties, showcases, and industry events. Over the weekend I went to Red Bull Guest House, and while I got to see... Read more »

The Best Music Videos of the Month (March 2015)

The best videos from the past month thrive at extremes. They range from high-energy dance parties (D.R.A.M.'s "Cha Cha" or FKA twigs' "Glass & Patron") to the profound loneliness of Holly Herndon's "Interference" or Earl Sweatshirt's... Read more »

Daily Discovery: OKAY KAYA

We learned about New York-based Norwegian artist OKAY KAYA after she put out a hazy video of herself singing a dreamy, acoustic song called "Clouds." While visually it's both whimsical and psychedelic, the song is playfully... Read more »

The Best Music Videos of the Month (February 2015)

The music videos released in the past month imagine ideal worlds beyond the present reality. For Jessie Ware and Jungle, it's a vibrant, surreal landscape that viewers can escape to. For alt-J and Florence + the... Read more »

The Best Music Videos of the Month (January 2015)

The beginning of a new year is typically a slow period for musical releases, but that's not the case for 2015 so far. As noted in our Most Anticipated Albums of 2015, there's a lot of... Read more »

Pigeons & Planes Curates a Playlist From Red Bull Music Academy Tokyo

The 16th edition of Red Bull Music Academy has kicked off in Tokyo from Oct. 12 – Nov. 14, giving the city a five-week-long series of unique concerts, club nights, A/V installations, workshops, and inspiring conversations with... Read more »

The Best Music Videos of the Month (October 2014)

Warning: the best videos that came out this past month are intense and may trigger strong emotional responses. Whether showing FKA Twigs witnessing an execution in "Video Girl," the rope bondage in Son Lux's "Easy," the... Read more »

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 »