electronica

They Got the Beat: How a Female Beatmakers Collective is Reshaping Electronic Music Culture

Women's Beat League is forgoing the who's-who of the music scene and reshaping DJ culture to be more inclusive. Read more »

Musician Imani Coppola Talks Frankly About Race, Gender, and Experimental Music

The eclectic artist describes herself as “part witch” and her musical inspiration as the Spice Girls.  Read more »

New Music Monday: tiny deaths

Moody Minneapolis-based duo tiny deaths mixes experimental electronica with soulful, rich vocals. Read more »

New Music Monday: Pure Bathing Culture

On the dreampop band’s new album, Pray for Rain, singer Sarah Versprille comes into her own. Read more »

Artist Pamela Z Crafts a Riveting, Avant-Garde Sound

Pamela Z is a mad scientist with her music, creating an compelling mix of sounds and visual art. Read more »

Natasha Kmeto's New Album Queers Electronica

Natasha Kmeto’s newest album, Inevitable, is made for queer dance parties. The album is all about coming to terms with her queer identity and falling in love with another woman. Kmeto herself is a champion of... Read more »

French Twins Ibeyi Combine Jazz, Synths, and Nigerian Lyrics

Paris-based twin sister duo Ibeyi released a truly fresh album this week. On their self-titled debut album, Lisa-Kaindé and Naomi Diaz combine soul, jazz,... Read more »

Grouper's New Album is Disarming, Meditative Electronic Music

Liz Harris has made 10 albums of ethereal electronic music. ... Read more »

Revel in Brooklyn R&B Duo denitia and sene's Moody Beats

In the week I spent sprinting between shows at SXSW last month, Brooklyn electronic R&B duo denitia and sene’s performance stood out. I reveled in the band’s moody, sexy electronic sounds that weave in warm human voices. Read more »

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