Electronica

Noisey Next

Kaytranada Will Just Keep Getting Better

In this Noisey Next video, we catch up with the 25-year-old Haitian-born producer to talk about his rise from SoundCloud to stardom.
Noisey Staff
12.20.17
Holy Shit

Go Forth and Listen to Clams Casino's Fourth Instrumental Mixtape

Absorb the producer's cloudy beats for Vince Staples, A$AP Ferg, Danny Brown, and more.
Phil Witmer
6.26.17
Interviews

Meet SkyWalker, Palestine's First Female DJ

We talk to the 26-year-old electronicist about her work, the affect of the occupation on nightlife cultures, and how she's challenging perceived gender roles daily.
Zab Mustefa
3.22.17
Premieres

It's Raining Men and Bendy Bodies in Shy Luv's Vid for "Shock Horror"

The rising UK dance duo throw a lady into the mix and the results are on point.
Kim Taylor Bennett
1.23.17
Premieres

PREMIERE: Tennis Becomes Demonic and Extremely Cool for a Minute in Big Wild’s New Video for “Invincible”

How to overcome the robot monster demon in five sets.
Alex Robert Ross
12.6.16
Premieres

Montreal's Dead Horse Beats Gifted Us with a Pettiness Classic on 'Bad Hopes'

He's definitely NOT beating a dead horse on this fresh new EP.
Devin Pacholik
10.14.16
Interviews

This Guy Is Teaching Syrian Refugees in Greece How to Make Electronic Music

We meet Gavin and his refugee collaborators in the camps in Ritsona to find out how making music with Ableton is making life a little better.
Kat George
10.10.16
Premieres

Samuel Proffitt Returns with Glowering New Cut "Drown" Featuring SKYLR

In between studying Russian Lit at Brown, Proffitt also makes marvelously moody music for those who remember how to feel.
Kim Taylor Bennett
9.8.16
Premieres

"About You" by Colouring Is All About Obsession and Pressing Pause

The London-based quartet fold R&B, 2-step, and post-Disclosure pop into one delicious track.
Kim Taylor Bennett
8.12.16
Premieres

Boxed In's "Forget" Does the Opposite of What It Says on the Tin

DIY but high def, super pop but super cool. This London quartet are killing it.
Kim Taylor Bennett
8.11.16
Interviews

Return to the Planet of Cornelius

We talk to the elusive Japanese music maverick about the reissue of his genre-defying cult classic 'Fantasma,' which he's performing in full across the States this month.
Cam Lindsay
8.4.16
Interviews

For the Love of Pop: Metronomy's Best Year Ever Is Then, Now, and Always

The Parisian-based, English music wiz returns with 'Summer '08'—an LP that doubles up as a time machine, looking back but looking forward too. Genius or what?
Eve Barlow
7.5.16