Swede:art from Bavaria has one foot deeply sunk in 90s R’n’b and hip hop grooves and the other dropping down a pixellated pathway to the future.
We’re melting for Zola Jesus. Her new video for ‘Vessel’, off her latest LP Conatus, is liquid sand and black black deliciousness, a frozen sable setting that visually captures the feel of her music perfectly. Get melty for her tour, presented by Electronic Beats (that’s us!) and watch the black ice below.
Fifteen years ago, a small party in the Monegros desert welcomed 200 revelers to the abandoned club F135. Today, the same party has turned into a huge festival. Attracting over 40,000 people, this desert rave 200 kilometers from Barcelona now has five stages and more than 50 artists. Now, in honor of the festival’s quincenera, – more
There’s a new buzz going around London called Milk Kan and they’re breathing a breath of fresh air amongst all the indie, post punk/new wave bands currently on the circuit. If you can imagine the truly dynamic sensation of The Streets jamming in an East End pub late at night with Chaz n Dave, that – more
2011 was a sensational year for The Weeknd. After releasing two of the year’s best mixtapes with House Of Balloons and Thursday, Abel Tesfaye now brings us EchoesOfSilence. The final nine track album in the Balloon trilogy opens with a cover of the Michael Jackson classic ‘Dirty Diana’ and includes a Clams Casino production (The – more