In the late '70s, California bands like the Screamers and the Unit were creating what we currently refer to as synth punk. Meanwhile, South Florida -- often maligned for its geographical and cultural isolation -- was witness to the creation of a similar (if not more refined) sound through the work ... More >>
Noise music is riddled with freaks.Just like the circus, urban downtowns, and Ultra Music Festival right as the clock strikes fuck-a-tree-o'clock - this envelope pushing, challenging, and potentially full-of-shit genre is a straight up 24/7 weirdo convention. But out of all the beardos, hippies, ar ... More >>
The local act heads up a national revival of dark, minimal electronic music.
Federico Nessi, a.k.a DJ Healer, is an artist (see the latest Sweat Records installation) and a repatriated Miamian who likes to dance, but scoffs at the current notions of "indie." Thus he and Ricardo Guerrero, a.k.a. This Heart Electric, a.k.a. that dude from Animals of the Arctic, a.k.a. DJ R3K , ... More >>
Handicapping MoCA's next Battle of the Bands.
Art meets rock at a raucous new MoCA exhibition.
Kontpab (K Records)
Self Destruction (Fusetron)
IDM's number one sound killer, Kid 606, loves to muck up the place
Global Speaker Fisting Schematic
The Gospel Comes to New Guinea
Just Like Everybody Part Two "Ronin"
The Subtropics Music Marathon gives a taste of rare delights to come