Tagged: genre: electronic
Part I of a long list of worldwide music videos with LGBT themes.
Justice releases their brand new single Civilization, directed by Edouard Salier. The music video shows the very stylish destruction of the world with giant sculptures cracking and falling piece by piece on top of a bunch of American bison.
It’s been a couple years since his last release, but San-Ae Kang has graced us with his presence once again with an EP release.
With her 15th studio album, A-Mei chooses to slow things down and get a little more serious.
Directed by Bounce, A-FU is a brand new Taiwanese singer.
Sophie Ellis Bextor’s fourth album, Make A Scene, jumps around too much with varying results, going from disco & electro to undercooked house.
There’s a new face in the R&B/Dance scene in Korea. She’s fluent in Thai, Korean and English. And her name is Lita.
Do you like driving at night? Apparently, Capsule does. This is probably not your typical ride downtown, though.
Trent Reznor married Mariqueen Maandig in ’09, effectively pissing off legions of NIN fans. But the post-industrial equivalent of Jay-Z and Beyonce have some pretty thrilling things up their sleeves.
With Stand Alone Complex, Yoko Kanno is able to blend the beat driven intimacy of electronica with the technical musicality of jazz and give listeners something vibrant and alive. A piece of work that stands alone in the stratosphere of soundtrack music.