Posts tagged "trap"

Overmono – Good Lies

In the seven years since UK electronic music duo Overmono broke onto the scene, the brothers Tom and Ed Russell have, rather quickly, set the standard for the bass and breaks revival that they entered into. From the offset, their style and approach to production was distinct – minimal conglomerations

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

On 2021’s Fire, The Bug returned with a violent reckoning, exploring the heat of rage through abrasive and intense dancehall mutations. Machine 1, the latest EP from the UK producer, takes a slightly different approach. Formulated especially for his conceptual soundsystem event PRESSURE, Machine 1 is a collection of four

SBTRKT and Sampha go way back. The English producer and South London songwriter have a history that extends over a decade back, with Sampha serving as a particularly essential presence on SBTRKT’s eponymous debut album twelve years ago. The collaborators reunite on L.F.O, the latest single from SBTRKT’s upcoming album

There was a time about a decade ago when the arrival of Lana Del Rey truly shook the landscape of pop, like a flower crowned earthquake, draped in an American flag and looking for oxy. This was a time when pop was on the brink of burnout. Exhausted from five

Raising as many questions as he has hits, American producer Skrillex has become one of the most contentious figures in electronic music. Many feel that Skrillex should still be held accountable for the sins of his past. Afterall, unleashing the bastardised Frankenstein monster of dubstep and happy hardcore now known

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

English producer Seamus Rawles Malliagh, AKA Iglooghost, has occupied a more influential space in contemporary electronic music than one might expect. His sound, an experimental amalgamation of glitch, bass, and street culture formulated for the internet age has made Iglooghost particularly trendsetting, perhaps even more so than his peers like

From dark and sexy pop bangers to soulful jungle, we roundup our favourite releases of the week. Listen below. Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   Rebecca Black – Crumbs Rebecca Black is reclaiming her time with her latest single,

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