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Video Premiere: Fly Moon Royalty
Seattle’s Fly Moon Royalty threads together soulful R&B with electronica in a haunting new-school manner made up of classic DNA.
Phone Jack: Max Cooper Shares Private Photos
London based electronica and techno producer Max Cooper is known for crafting scientific beats. With a debut album titled Human set for release March 10,…
Hooverphonic ‘Harmless Shapes’ First Listen
Change and innovation are the norm for Belgian trio Hooverphonic. Originating as a trip hop quartet in 1995, they quickly became peers with Massive Attack,…
Show Review: Maya Jane Coles Reigns At Verboten New York
Maya Jane Coles showed the Big Apple she’s got balls on the decks Friday night (April 19) at Highline Ballroom. As the British producer-DJ-audio engineer…
Astralwerks Celebrates 20 Years With Limited Edition Loot
In the 20 years since its inception, Astralwerks Records has been a major player in proliferating two huge waves in musical history, with Electronica in…
Kris Wadsworth’s VIBE Exclusive Podcast + Detroit Producer Needs Mothf**kin Soap!
Kris Wadsworth is the ATL-born, Detroit-buttered electronic music producer who dropped his debut album, Life and Death, last month on Get Physical Music. His genre…
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The “Lil Whatever” Rappers React To J. Cole’s “Everybody…
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December 4, 2016 - 1:07 pm
Lil Uzi Vert and Lil Yachty react to J. Cole’s “lil whatever rappers” verse in “Everybody Dies.”
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