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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
21 hours ago
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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
New music
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
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Driftmachine New Ambient LP Is Jittery, Miserable, and Kinda Comforting Too

'Shunter' finds the Berlin duo sinking further into the gloomy abstractions they've explored in the past. It feels so bad, which feels so good.
Colin Joyce
6.8.18
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New music

Dance Angrily to the Righteous Fury of Stefana Fratila's "Swallowed Seeds"

The Toronto-via-Romania producer makes avant-garde techno that tackles misogynist violence with seething, technology-aided rage.
Phil Witmer
6.8.18
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PROFILES

Surviving the Last Days of Excess with Oneohtrix Point Never

The world is overwhelming, and the Brooklyn-based composer is just trying to process it all on his wonderfully all-over-the-place LP 'Age Of.'
Colin Joyce
6.7.18
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FXWRK's New Single Is Surreal Electronic Music With Space for Introspection

The Brooklyn-based producer's new visual for "The Awakening," from a forthcoming album of the same name, is a depiction of excising pain and "lighting up the darkness inside."
Colin Joyce
6.4.18
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Listen to gobbinjr’s Clever New Pop Songs When You're Lonely and Tired

The Brooklyn-based songwriter Emma Witmer opens up about about kinda funny, kinda sad record ‘ocala wick,’ inspired by “unreciprocated and unsolicited advances by men.”
Colin Joyce
5.31.18
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King Vision Ultra's Ambient Rap Beats Are Protesting a Broken System

The producer and labelhead best known as Geng turns his communitarian spirit on his own work with a doomy, noisy, beat tape inspired by his past in hip-hop and the pain caused by the justice system.
Colin Joyce
5.30.18
New music
New music

Matthew Progress' "Lemon Pepper" Is a 4D Hip-House Dream

The Toronto MC drops another pulsating video from 'Slumber Magic War,' shot in otherworldly monochrome with 3D cameras.
Phil Witmer
5.29.18
Interviews
Interviews

Jenny Hval Has Something to Tell You

We spoke to the experimental artist about algorithms, being "chill," and why her new 'Long Sleep' EP is an avant-garde reawakening.
Andrea Domanick
5.25.18
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Billa Bronx's New Single Shows the Euphoric Potential of Drum and Bass

The Astro Nautico co-owner's "Lithium" uses breaks for their ideal purpose: high-speed, unrestrained joy.
Colin Joyce
5.25.18