Haywyre, Martin Vogt, made a splash with his more recent tour Two Fold, further playing alongside artists such as Gramatik and Mat Zo. He brings together the best of two musical genres – contemporary electronic and more “established traditions of classical and jazz”. Haywyre’s music is bold, loud, and intoxicating. It’s easy to lost in the sounds so proceed with caution!Read More
Groove to alternative electro songs in Mad Rapture‘s Rubicon, an eleven-track collection that boasts variety, uniqueness, and experimentation. Utilizing cuts, samples, and interspersed vocals, the duo creates an eccentric feast that boasts new flavors to satiate your hunger for new sound.Read More
Patrick Jeffords aka Kid Trails is no newbie in the music industry. In fact, he has played for some of his popular and talented friends. He plays bass for the live band of dreamy indie electronic king Toro Y Moi. He also lent his talents to Painted Palms and hangs out with Chromeo. As a prolific solo act, he has been hashing out one project after the other.Read More
Listening to Alexander Blu’s May feels like melancholy and nostalgia — it is a devastatingly aching throwback to the transcendent nature of EDM from decades past.
Think, Moby, circa late 90s — that’s what Blu’s vibe sounds like… most evident in the moribund first notes of his first track, Emptiness, which quickly builds up into a top-tapping, breakbeat with sweeping infusions of ambient sounds, interrupted only by the occasional disembodied robotic vocals. From there, the tempo picks up considerably, with tracks like “Concert,”Drop,” and “Cosmo” as standout tracks. Read More