New music videos of the week with Sky Ferreira, Popnoname, Factory Floor, Nguzunguzu and many
In our BPM column, we review a clutch of the most intriguing electronic music currently on offer. This month, Louise Brailey on Mr. Beatnick, Fis, Objekt, Nguzunguzu, Pearson Sound, and Renaissance Man.
Want to know what’s been going into the ears of EBHQ? Here’s this week’s office listening featuring Nguzunguzu, Warpaint, Willie Burns and, of course, Lou Reed.
Get some tingles and learn why the Shrek films are the perfect drug.
Want to know what’s been on the EBHQ stereo? Here’s this week’s selection featuring tracks and mixes from Joe, SETH, Kelela and Kid Kameleon.
Want to know what’s been going into the collective ears of EBHQ? Here’s this week’s selection with mixes and tracks from Earl Sweatshirt, NA, Guenter Schlienz and Disclosure.
Fade To Mind has quickly become one of the most watched labels in underground dance and electronic music.
Want to know what’s been going into the collective ears of EBHQ? Read our regular hack to the best music the internet has spat out over the past seven days.
Ashland Mines is well-known in the club music underground for his wildness as a DJ and remixer. Join us to find out what surprising noises he’s making this year.
This one’s a pro-click, thanks to White Ring, MADDEN, Umberto, Craxxxmurf, Massacooramaan, Diamanda Galas, and Vatican Shadow.
Asma Maroof and Daniel Pineda form Nguzunguzu, the LA-based duo who’ve helped changed the way we look at dance music. They’ve returned to give us another beautifully produced EP, seasoned with distant drums, smoke alarms, police sirens, space-like choirs, snappy percussion and an obvious melodic allusion to the X-files theme. Undoubtedly, the five tracks on … Continued
This is an open letter inviting you to explore a special selection of audio/visual pleasures culled from my own musical and artistic associations and associates. This is the cult of audio. The NYC duo CREEP opened the week with an ethereally beautiful remix of School of Seven Bells‘ ‘Lafaye’, taken from their beautiful new album … Continued
We’re big fans of the rising Fade To Mind label, and we’re always excited when they drop something new. Their latest mixtape, done for The Fader, contains plenty of R&B-flavored gems, including tracks from Beyoncé, The-Dream, and label head Kingdom. What really blew us away, however, were the inclusion of Total Freedom and Rizzla, two … Continued
Anything new from Fade To Mind is exciting, and a new mixtape is especially cause for celebration. The rising young label has just released ‘Prince William’, the first in what is hopefully a long-running series of mixes. Featuring big names like Night Slugs overlord Bok Bok, MikeQ, L-Vis 1990, and EB favorites Nguzunguzu as well … Continued
DJ and producer Justin Cameron has only been making tunes under his Blk. Adonis alias for a short time, but he’s already crafted some of our favorite dark club tracks. Now he’s teamed up with GHE20 G0TH1K ruffrider Rizzla for a collaborative EP, set to be released by Fade To Mind. Check out a few … Continued
We predicted 2011 would belong to Kingdom, and in a way we were right. The NY/LA producer is tearing it up with his new label Fade To Mind, but fortunately he’s not neglecting his own work in the process. His latest single is ‘Take Me’, featuring his trademark razor-sharp percussion, pitch-shifting bass and diva vocals. … Continued
Nobody does it like NGUZUNGUZU. The LA duo have been making some of the most exciting bass music around, and now they’re ready to drop their new EP. The first release on new label Fade To Mind, the EP is already making heads spin thanks to a few leaked tracks; ‘Timesup’ in particular we loved … Continued
Ezra Rubin, better known as Kingdom, is undoubtedly one of the most trill producers in global club music today. His bass-heavy, darkNdirty beats combined with his deft handling of samples make for some of the most forward-thinking and unforgettable dance tracks in recent history. It seems inevitable that he’d apply his taste to something bigger, … Continued