Animal Collective’s Noah Lennox opens up about his new solo LP: a dizzying, underground pop gem.
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Tetsuro Yokegawa takes a look back at the Japanese legend’s essential late ’70s and early ’80s albums.
Two Night Slugs talk future directions, formal experiments and timeless pop.
In a career full of left turns, this Todd Rundgren album – composed almost solely out of samples of his own voice – may be the strangest.
Our video series concludes with a look at the artists transforming pop music in the digital age.
Be sure he knows what he's talking about - Part 1
Buggles in the bassbin - Part 1
Transcending minimalism: the importance of being earnest with the "greatest living composer”
Cutting the wax well: Metropolis Mastering's head reveals the secrets of proper sounds
Designing heaven with one of the greats of British pop
Aaliyah. JT. Foreigner. Hall & Oates. Big stories from a man who's produced them all.
Picture this: Blondie’s founding members recall ’70s and ’80s New York
Buggles in the bassbin - Part 2
Be sure he knows what he's talking about - Part 2
For the debut episode of our web series chronicling Internet-based music, we take a peek at the current renaissance within contemporary R&B.
We track down Academy alum Raisa K as she gets set to release her debut solo EP
A handy intro to the the shiny, colourful and fascinating world of Japanese pop music.
With her One Second Of Love album hot off the press and in preparation of her show April 24th show at the Bowery in New York, Ramona Gonzalez, aka Nite Jewel, talks about the digital fraying of relationships - while backed up by the smoothest of grooves.
Today is Valentine's Day in some parts of the world. Not where we are exactly, but regardless, romance is in the air. Click through for 10 salacious moments in music to soundtrack your voluptuous voyage - wherever it may take you.
With her latest opus "Aquarius Dreams", Swedish singer Cornelia draws her listeners into a rabbit hole of experitronica, dream pop and old wave.