All good things come to an end… 🙁 For the sixth and final episode of H∆SHTAG$ – the web series chronicling Internet-based music – RBMA explore the idea of blog pop. The web has given the opportunity for producers to make more adventurous music than
Ryan Hemsworth Talks to FACT About upcoming album, collaborating with UK artists and “selling out” in 2013
FACT talks about the year that saw Hemsworth blow up into one of underground music’s most exciting artists, who’s going to feature on his next album, his forthcoming EP with Deniro Farrar and whether there’s such thing as “selling out” in 2013.
For this second edition of H∆SHTAG$ – the web series chronicling Internet-based music – we examine the ever-changing bass / garage / dubstep continuum and the role the web has played in its maturation and ubiquitous global reach. Featured artists include Mount Kimbie, Bondax, Sepalcure
In contrast to its languorous title, Nosaj Thing’s debut LP Drift hit the glitch-hop world like a bolt from the blue in 2009. The album shifted wordlessly between moods and colour palettes, its intricate electronic arrangements lent force and clarity by the LA-based producer’s supreme
The Glaswegian beat wizard looks to have made his relationship with Kanye’s team official. Earlier today, a rep from Hudson Mohawke’s management company (United Management) tweeted that the producer had signed with Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music label (thanks to Dummy for the tip). Following up
California cosmonaut Flying Lotus comes clean to cult TV host and author Richard Metzger about smuggling Odd Future into clubs and his ongoing quest for the ultimate soundwave Although it will come as no surprise whatsoever to those who have followed Flying Lotus’s music since
A picture essay from a recent TNGHT show featuring Hudson Mohawke + Lunice. Marvellous! Check It Out HERE!!!
Key To The Kuffs, the JJ DOOM collaborative album mashing the styles of producer Jneiro Jarel and underground rap legend DOOM, is set to be one of the most hyped and talked about releases of the year. The first video to drop is for the
This article is definitely worth checking out! Wonky? Aquacrunk?? Lazer Bass??? London-based music journalist Laurent Fintoni pulls a thread through current instrumental hip hop and electronic hybrids, and finds something familiar at the end – defining a lineage of modern beat construction that sits solidly