Five dry martinis and Tiga's Bugatti track on repeat. That's all I need to work and play today. [NSFW for bare breasts and absurd 1980s hipsterfest overload full of old Macintosh computer, phones, arcades, and people in funny clothing.]
If you want your busking business to start raking in some serious small change, your act will need to stand apart from the rest of the jam bands and drum circles crowding the subway platform. Take a page from this guy's unique dance routine, bash your head into a wall a few times, and watch the quarters come pouring…
Youth isn't always wasted on the young. That carefree age of budding love and boundless horizons is captured exquisitely by filmmaker Wissam Abdallah in his electronica-infused pilgrimage through the world's biggest, boldest, and wildest music festivals.
Garage Band, Pro Tools, Logic, sequencers on tablets and phones—anyone can create music these days with zero programming knowledge. But Diode Milliampere shows you how it was done with MS-DOS. Yes, that command line inputting, C-drive accessing MS-DOS from 30 years ago. It turned out pretty well!
A pop electronica track built of stuttering glitchy goodness says much about the prevalence of glitch, the way the once disruptive musical approach has been subsumed into everyday, general-interest listening. It also says a lot about the whole idea of disruption in general. One day’s disruption is the next’s…
Ever been in a restaurant and found yourself entranced with the unfamiliar music playing on the stereo system — a glistening, lightly rhythmic piece of ambient pop — only to learn that it's a scratched CD of Chinese folk tunes or an old Whitney Houston album skipping from one nanosecond snippet to the next?
Take a tour through a surreal industrialized dystopia in the latest video from legendary British trip hop duo.
Combining a block-rocking beat, poignant love story, and a hardcore Astroboy Disco vibe—did I mention, it's anime—With You by Australian electronica duo Flight Facilities will have you grooving faster than you can say "Go! Go! Go!"
A futuristic tiki torch? Aluminum crutches? Or maybe a space-age bow and arrow? It's much more creative than just that.
So long Tomorrowland — the new addition to Disney's theme park is straight out of the digitzed world of Tron: Legacy. Check out the first ever concept art to Disney's hot new electronic clubland, but try not to get derezzed!
Parliament-Funkadelic (P-Funk) was known for its science fiction storylines and spacey music. One of the crucial ingredients in the P-Funk stew was musical genius Junie Morrison. He also jazzed up the early Ohio Players albums (which featured this alien-looking bald woman as their cover model.) And his own solo albums…