Circa 2007, an obscure underground UK sound called dubstep erupted like a volcano. And it left behind a crater flooded with the molten elements of bass music that have since solidified into post-dubstep or future bass.
These aren't so much distinct genres of music, as a generation of producers with ... More >>
Sure, we like to pretend the week of Art Basel Miami Beach (AKA Miami Art Week) is all about the glorified flea market happening either side of the causeway. But you just want to party. You can't afford to pay $10,000 for a bike covered in Saran Wrap and called "Untitled." But you can afford the cov ... More >>
London has been a major electronic dance music hub since the rave boom of the late '80s. And when it comes to London house and techno parties with an authentic underground ethos, the name Secretsundaze reigns supreme.
Launched by DJ-producers Giles Smith and James Priestly, the party has been going ... More >>
You may have noticed a recent wave of electronic music producers with "spoonerisms" for monikers -- silly twists on famous musicians' names, like Joy Orbison, Jichael Mackson and Wevie Stonder.
Well, New Jersey-based producer Seth Haley didn't choose to toy with the name of an influential pop st ... More >>
Paul Rose AKA Scuba/SCBIf there's one electronic music label Crossfade's been geeking over all year, it's UK DJ-producer Paul Rose's Hotflush Recordings. You may know Rose by his Scuba and SCB monikers as well as his experimental breakbeat and dub techno forays. He has also emerged as one of the ... More >>
ScubaRecent years have marked the resurgence of the broken beat in electronic dance music. (Not that breaks ever went away, but they did stay on the fringe for a good decade.) Now, with the rise of dubstep and '90s UK garage/two-step nostalgia, producers across the international scene are breakin ... More >>
Annie MacWhat is up with all these WMC-quality bookings outside of Conference? Jeez! Couple that with the amazing indie-rock shows happening at the Fillmore Miami Beach, and we haven't seen this sort of amazing musical cornucopia happening, well, since we've been old enough to go out.Now add to a ... More >>