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This Is What Aphex Twin's Hell-Born Children Look Like Now, Feel Old Yet?

The image accompanies "T69 Collapse," the first single from Aphex Twin's forthcoming 'Collapse' EP.
Alex Robert Ross
8.7.18
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Cruel Diagonals 'Disambiguation' Is a Lonely, Decay-Obsessed Wonder

The brilliant debut album from Megan Mitchell's experimental electronic project brings together a field recordings, disquieting beats, and an eerily clear voice.
Alex Robert Ross
7.9.18
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New music

Oneohtrix Point Never's Demo for Usher Is a Portal to a Weirder Timeline

Daniel Lopatin shared the instrumental, which would eventually become the 'Age Of' track "The Station," via SendSpace.
Phil Witmer
7.9.18
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Mojo Juju Grapples With Past and Present on Her Soulful New Single

We're premiering the stunning new video for "Native Tongue," a glitchy Joelistics-produced cut that rages against Australia's colonial project.
Shaad D’Souza
7.5.18
Noisey News
Noisey News

Listen to BBC Radio's New Aphex Twin Documentary

John Doran's 'The Cult of Aphex Twin' probes at the mysterious career of a unique artist.
Alex Robert Ross
7.3.18
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Madame Gandhi's "Top Knot Turn Up" Is a Feminist Trap Banger

We talk to the activist-musician about Brazilian trap, American identity, and why sometimes you gotta put your hair up to get down.
Andrea Domanick
7.3.18
XCX Season
XCX Season

Bored of Drake Mania? Charli XCX Just Dropped Two New Songs

Yadda yadda yadda, we get it, Drake's new album is coming. But ol' mate Charli's just dropped two new tracks, too!
Shaad D’Souza
7.3.18
Free Radicals
Free Radicals

When Times Are Challenging, Listen to Music That Challenges You

Autechre’s new album is intimidatingly abstract and eight hours long, which is an ungodly amount of music to listen to in one sitting. You should try it.
Colin Joyce
6.28.18
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HABITS' "Limp" Video Is Satanic, in a Cool Way

We're premiering the Naarm duo's goofy, gory new video.
Shaad D’Souza
6.27.18
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INHALT’s New EP Is a Synthy Oasis in the Desert of Neoliberalism

The San Francisco trio’s ‘Commerce’ confronts a system of self-harm with physical, brooding songs like their new single “Alles.”
Colin Joyce
6.21.18
Noisey Next
Noisey Next

Eartheater Is the Future of Everything Weird

The Queens-based composer and performer's new record 'IRISIRI' is a step into the unknown, and a reminder that our physical vessels are always in flux.
Colin Joyce
6.14.18
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New music

lemin.'s "My Body" Is a Lust-Fueled, Lost Breakup Ballad from the 90s

The Toronto artist's new song explores the eternal struggle between what the brain needs and what the flesh wants.
Phil Witmer
6.8.18