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700 Bliss – Nothing To Declare

The chemistry that Philadelphia’s Moor Mother and New Jersey’s DJ Haram have concocted together as 700 Bliss is alchemical. The two make for a near perfect creative partnership; feeding one another’s ambitions outside of their usual scope so that together, they create work that feels as playful as it is

Canadian ‘futurepop’ outfit Purity Ring arrived at a sort of turning point for electropop. It was 2010, eurodance had infected mainstream pop and the EDM boom was reaching its peak. Moreso, the rise of the internet as a space for sharing and discovering music had generated a storm of microgenres,

In the years since Australian producer Flume first unleashed his post-dubstep, future bass trap upon the world, the electronic music landscape has shifted significantly. The off-kilter, staccato shapes of Flume’s sound, seemingly cut from moments of pause in between, have become more commonplace while the rise of hyperpop and future

M.I.A is a born again Christian. In a recent interview with Zane Lowe discussing her freshly announced upcoming album, MATA, the Sri Lankan-English alt-rapper spoke about how a vision of Jesus Christ changed the trajectory of her current creative journey. “It’s very, creatively, it’s a very crazy thing because it

On this week’s roundup, we have fresh pop-leaning releases from underground artists bubbling up, and tacky techno from a master of kitsch. Listen below:   Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat. Rina Sawayama – This Hell This new single and

The mysterious hooded figure that is Brooklyn’s Leikeli47 is one of the most enigmatic figures to arise in the alternative hip-hop scene in recent years. Arriving with mysteriously titled EPs, it was her 2015 eponymous EP that introduced the Leikeli47 persona to the world. Her arresting performance of anonymity aside,

This week’s roundup take us to versions of dystopian futures, explores the trans/human, and delves into the undeniable euphoria of, well, weird dance music. Listen below: Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat. ARP – New Pleasures  American producer ARP’s latest

There’s loads of good stuff this week as we round up our favourite new releases, from squelchy synthpop to naughty post-punk. Listen below.  Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat. Hot Chip – Down The latest single from UK synthpop group

The new generation of goth artists currently emerging are mostly millennial/Gen-Z cusps, raised on a diet of the noxious nu-metal of early 2000’s and My Chemical Romance, supplemented with the drama of Evanescence and HIM. But specific to this generation of alternative, children of the darkness is a sort of

Late last year, we interviewed Sofi Tukker before they embarked on their first tour since lockdown. We asked, “if there was any artist they’d want to work with, who would it be?” The answer came without hesitation: Stromae. It’s easy to see why. The Belgian singer, songwriter, and rapper emerged

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