Posts tagged "Hip-Hop"

Q&A: Five Minutes with omyügen

  Omyügen, the moniker of innovative US-based singer-songwriter, producer and filmmaker Michael X. Schallert returns with a new single, ‘Dark Corner’, released on November 3rd, 2023 via Omyügen Records. The track was mixed by Sean Dorrian, who worked on a number one billboard song with Breaking Benjamin, and mastered by

  Versatile artist Brooke Howard returns with a spicy new single in ‘GIMME’ on October 20th, featuring lye.II, known for his work with BONES UK and Anna Kova. Gracing stages across the US, from The Hotel Café Mainstage in Los Angeles to the Bowery Ballroom in New York City, Howard

US rapper Ashnikko is a bit like Grimes if Grimes did hip-hop and made cyber drill music. The two share similar aesthetic points of view, rooted in the sort of futuristic high fantasy of video games like Skyrim and Final Fantasy. In the music video for her latest single and

From dark industrial bass to new music from a legendary techno act, we roundup our favourite tracks of the week. Listen below.    Shygirl – Playboy / Positions In revealing the deluxe version of her debut album Nymph, UK rapper and pop artist Shygirl has shared remixes of Nymph tracks

From Skrillex doing hip-hop to caustic electropunk, these are the tracks you need to hear this week.   Jayda G – Circle Back Around The first single from her freshly announced new album Guy sees producer Jayda G evolve her classic Chicago house sound toward energetic and buoyant eurohouse. The

Pinpointing French producer Brodinski will likely land you somewhere between the grotesque body music of Gesaffelstien and the woozy stoner trap of Lil’ Wayne. Enamoured of both the sounds of street and club, Brodinski has been reinventing electronic music and hip-hop quietly for some time now, though less prolifically as

This month sees Dublin composer, producer, and DJ Kormac gearing up to release his first album in almost a decade. Drawing inspiration from orchestral compositions, the multi-hyphenate artist says that this project was born from a desire to do something very different. “I basically decided I wanted to write an

If there was any moment in time for New Jersey born hip-house artist Cakes Da Killa to drop their anticipated sophomore effort, it’s right now. House music and its intersections with hip-hop have never been more prevalent to the discourse of the zeitgeist, and as one of the genre’s key

“I should have never dated white men,” Mykki Blanco says with a pang of regret through the droning string loops of Steps. It’s one of the many confessional moments that stud their latest album, Stay Close To Music with jewels of intimate, honest emotionality. Later on Carry On, an even

Two days before the release of her sixth album, MATA Sri Lankan-British rapper M.I.A took to Twitter, commenting on the recent ruling regarding alt-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones: “If Alex Jones pays for lying shouldn’t every celebrity pushing vaccines pay too?” While the artist is no stranger to controversy, this

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