Martin Rev on Suicide, Alan Vega and his new album Demolition 9

Alongside late vocalist Alan Vega, Martin Rev comprised one New York’s most provocative and game-changing acts. Beginning in the early ‘70s, Suicide’s pioneering no wave experiments laid the blueprint for punk, techno, industrial and everything in between, with both artists also creating a wealth solo material. To mark the release Rev’s ninth album Demolition 9 and the 40th anniversary Suicide’s self-titled […]

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Zedd & Alessia Cara's Stay Is The New #1 On U.S. Pop Radio Charts

Move over Chainsmokers. Zedd & Alessia Cara‘s track ‘Stay‘ just hit number one on . With a massive 18100 spins, it pushed The Chainsmokers and Coldplay‘s track ‘‘ with 18083 spins down to number two. Also note is the fact that Kygo’s ‘‘ is ranked third; making all the top three songs on the pop radio chart the product dance producers. […]

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Ireland Loves Ecstasy

Worldwide a company holds an annual , prepared by the GDS Core research team to get an idea on drug production and use around the world. Their findings, especially in regards to the drug ecstasy, are very interesting. They discovered that the country that uses MDMA the most is Ireland with about 39.7% respondents saying they had taken MDMA in […]

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Oneohtrix Point Never wins Cannes Soundtrack Award

The producer joins previous winners Cliff Martinez and Lim Giong. Daniel Lopatin has won the Soundtrack Award at this year’s Cannes film festival for his original score for crime thriller Good Time. The film, which is directed by Josh and Benny Safdie and stars Robert Pattinson, is billed as a “twisted odyssey through the New York underworld”. It received a […]

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Oneohtrix Point Never wins Cannes Soundtrack Award

The producer joins previous winners Cliff Martinez and Lim Giong. Daniel Lopatin has won the Soundtrack Award at this year’s Cannes film festival for his original score for crime thriller Good Time. The film, which is directed by Josh and Benny Safdie and stars Robert Pattinson, is billed as a “twisted odyssey through the New York underworld”. It received a […]

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AFEM Announces First Phase of Electronic Music Ambassadors at IMS

As the electronic music scene becomes more prominent and deeply engrained in popular culture, the scene gets placed under more a microscope in the public eye. In early 2013, The non-prit “Association For Electronic Music” (AFEM) was founded by Ben Turner and Kurosh Nasseri to advocate for electronic music culture and “to represent the common interests those companies and individuals […]

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Circuit 1.5 update makes Novation's groovebox more expressive

Novation adds new staccato features to Circuit. Novation has updated its Circuit firmware to version 1.5, adding a clutch much-requested features to the company’s popular groovebox instrument. Released in 2015, the Circuit is a synth, drum machine, sequencer and sampler in one, but Novation is hoping that the latest firmware update will help it appeal to owners modular synths and analog […]

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Emptyset and Mouse on Mars's Jan St. Werner on the evolution of sound

Earlier this year, Emptyset released Borders, their Thrill Jockey debut. The experimental duo sat down with Thrill Jockey veteran Jan St. Werner Mouse on Mars to talk about music production, the evolution sound and much more. On first listen, it would seem that British/American industrial sound architects Emptyset and German electronic trickster Jan St. Werner (best known for his work […]

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