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The Xx's Reflective New Album Casts A Light Into The Darkness

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'I See You' Shows More Of The British Trio Than We've Ever Seen Before.

Dave Chappelle On Donald Glover: “I Can’t Keep Up With All The Shit He’s Doing, But It’s All Damn Good”

Chappelle reflected on the differences between Atlanta and Chappelle’s Show in a recent profile of Glover.

ST.150 M2 + STR8.150 M2: Stanton Updates Turntables at NAMM 2017

While on the whole NAMM 2017 has been very quiet, we managed to get the scoop on a new pair of updated turntables from Stanton. The new STR8.150 M2 and ST.150 M2 units are coming soon – ST.150 M2 + STR8.150 M2 Turntables Product: ST.150...Show More Summary

These Dreamlike Photos Explore The Double Standards Of Gender

Chinese American photographer Dicko Chan’s new body of work also serves as his “contemplation on being a queer person of color in America.”

This Is What Yams Day 2017 Was Really Like

The Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar, Young Thug, and the whole A$AP family got together to remember Steven Rodriguez.

Nicaragua's Largest EDM Festival Was A Volcano-Shadowed Celebration Of Central America's Best Music

We Travelled By Ferry, Motorbike, And Foot To Find Out What Makes The Two-day Magma Fest So Unique.

Let Unknown Archetype's "Voyeurism" Lead You Over The Edge

The Duo Make Their Debut On R&S Records With The ‘Tripp’ EP On January 27.

Barack Obama Commutes 330 Drug Sentences In Final Act As President

Obama has now commuted more sentences than any other president in U.S. history.

This Electronic Music Compilation Is Raising Funds For ACLU And Planned Parenthood

Discwoman and Physical Therapy’s Allergy Season label have teamed up to create a 42-track compilation — and 100% of the profits will go to groups in need.

100% Silk Artists To Perform At Ghost Ship Benefit Show In Los Angeles

Scheduled For January 16, The Event Will Raise Funds For The Oakland Fire Relief Fund.

This Artist Wants To Show You How Machines “See” Music

Trevor Paglen’s new performance piece questions the present and future role of machines within our society.

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