Tagged: genre: electronic
Big Bang released a third version of their fourth mini-album, this time with a few additional songs. When the original edition of this album released I was disappointed…
Up, Guards and at ‘Em!, the third album by Leeds-based The Pigeon Detectives, is a fairly underwhelming record with no memorable moments to make it worthwhile. With strong competition in the post punk revival/guitar rock scene, The Pigeon Detectives need to step up their game if they want to stay relevant.
You can maybe call it cake-cide — the killing of cakes — or call this video a cake-splosive video. In the end, Toronto-based band Autoerotique’s video Turn Up the Volume has a lot of stylish shots of colorful cake blowing up captured by high speed cameras.
TV on the Radio’s upcoming fourth studio album Nine Types of Light, set to be out on April 12, includes the song Will Do. The music video is directed by Dugan O’Neal and features sci-fi aesthetic elements and visuals of virtual love.
Lars Moston and Ben Mono’s music video for Can’t Stop is created with video projectors showing reactive visuals as the song is playing. In other words, it’s a real-time music video.
I’ve been really enjoying the sounds of California-based electronic rock/glitch/pop band, IAMMEDIC for awhile now, and I decided to contact them for an interview.
Machine Civilization is an electronic dance song by project WORLD ORDER, headed by Genki Sudo.
After the release of her first multi-language album Nightmare, Laure Shang releases the single of the same name. The video of the song was shot in a forest in Canada and sports a bizarre dark style.
Radiohead is back, groovier than ever. Long gone are the melancholic days of The Bends, or the experimentalism of Kid A. This time, Thom Yorke and pals have taken on the challenge of making a glitchy, sample-filled dubstep album. Successfully? You be the judge.
After Holy Ghost’s shimmery Hold On, their classy little debut on the New York dance scene released four years ago, they are back with a record perfect for DFA sensibilities, being warm, indie, and nicely retro.