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Dark, unexpected sounds of Triple Sun, Jonáš Gruska (Berlin Wednesday)

Triple Sun – Sprint from Martin Blaží?ek on Vimeo. From Bratislava, the duo Triple Sun are making spontaneous, ethereal music with a combination of modular and computational tools. Against a flickering black-and-white film, this video last year is one of my favorites. Show More Summary

Between the Lines: Timbaland in Conversation with Jelani Cobb

'Renowned music producer Timbaland talks about his new book, Emperor of Sound, taking the leap to TV, and his legacy with Historian and New Yorker contributor Jelani Cobb.' -- +Schomburg Center


At the beginning of Werner Herzog’s Aguirre, Popol Vuh conjure an untainted Eden with their synthesisers. Waves of sound overwhelm our sense of balance, inducing an otherworldly trance. Such is the power of their music. Now let’s flip to the dark side. In Stars Quivering Slowly, the track that begins Vactrol Park’s first EP, they […]

The month’s best music: Ellie Goulding, Young Thug, Eric Church and more

A ranked selection of notable new recordings we heard in November. 1. Ellie Goulding, “Delirium” No contemporary pop singer sounds more contemporary than Goulding does on her third and finest album — a collection of high-spirited, high-tech singalongs that refuse to flinch in their pursuit of sentimental ecstasy. 2. Young Thug, “Slime Season 2” And […]

Think pop music and the refugee crisis don’t mix? M.I.A. just proved you wrong.

“Every bit of music out there that’s making it into the mainstream is really about nothing. I wanted to see if I could write songs about something important and make it sound like nothing. And it kind of worked.” That’s the way pop artist M.I.A. described her music to Nirali Magazine more than 10 years […]

Goldwater - Glaciate

Sounds like: Sam Gellaitry, Ekali, Gravez Song: Goldwater - Glaciate What's so good? Heard of the Illuminati? Well, they don't got shit on pizza cult. One prominent pizza cult member, Sam, makes brash bass music under the moniker Goldwater. Show More Summary

Today's Top 5: Sunday

Here are the five best events going down in Charlotte and the surrounding area today, Nov. 29, 2015 as selected by the folks at Creative Loafing. • The Sound of Music at Belk Theater • Almost Famous Comedy Show at The Comedy Zone • Record...Show More Summary

The Most Ridiculous Teen Tragedy Songs

The teen tragedy song genre was exactly what it sounds like: pop/rock music that focused on the bittersweet relationship between two young lovers. One of them winds up dead. There were multiple variations of the theme, which was a hit during the 1950s and ‘60s, and contemporary groups have parodied or performed their own versions since then. Show More Summary

Sweet Music: Fighting Pests With Sound Waves, Not Pesticides

Scientists have invented a device that uses acoustics to mimic the mating call of an insect that has been devastating Florida's orange groves. A tiny bug is threatening your morning orange juice. In Florida, the Asian citrus psyllid,...Show More Summary

If You Worked at the Stranger, You'd Be Listening to Adele's 25 Right Now

3 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

In just 49 minutes, 25 makes 1989 sound like 2112. A lot of people think of the Friday after Thanksgiving as a freebie, but news never sleeps. Neither does music, especially Adele's new record, which, as any child will tell you, hasShow More Summary

How the Sound That Defined 80s Music Still Lives on Today

The AMS RMX16 was a reverb effects unit invented in 1981, and chances are it's been used on some of your favourite songs.

Brel and Barbara set the tone on France’s day of mourning

The first music to be sounded at the national ay of mourning for 130 victims of the Paris terror attacks was Camelia Jordana, Nolwenn Leroy and Yaelle Naïm, singing the great Jacques Brel chanson’Quand on n’a que l’amour’ (if we only have love). It was followed by the Toscanini/NBC Orchestra recording of Samuel Barber’s Adagio for […]

The Only Thing NASA Is Better At Than Space Exploration: Making Up Acronyms

4 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The sounding rocket you can see above will be launched from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility on the 4th of December, and according to NASA it “will be MUSIC to the ears of aspiring and early career engineers testing new space technology...Show More Summary

NBC’s Thanksgiving Parade Coverage Launches With Gloria Estefan Musical ‘On Your Feet!’

Already looking like a hit with Broadway theatergoers, newcomer On Your Feet! — the biotuner about the courtship and rise to superstardom of the Miami Sound Machine’s  Gloria and Emilio Estefan — got a priceless plug Thursday morning,  leading off NBC’s coverage of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Show More Summary

Douglas Pipes’ ‘Krampus’ OST Coming Next Week

If you enjoyed the music of Trick ‘r Treat, then I highly recommend getting ready for composer Douglas Pipes‘ score to Michael Dougherty’s latest holiday horror treat Krampus, which hits theaters next Friday, December 4th. The soundtrack, which comes out the same day as the film, will be released on CD and digital via Back […]

Sophie - VYZEE

Sounds like: Hannah Diamond, QT, A. G. Cook Song: Sophie - VYZEE What's so good? One of many things I have to be thankful for this year is the consistency of quality, experimental tunes from the enigmatic PC Music artist SOPHIE. Track...Show More Summary

Kinky Movement - Don't Hold Back

Sounds like: Leigh D Oliver, Catz 'n Dogz, Marsupials, The Checkup Song: Kinky Movement - Don't Hold Back What's so good? Large Music recently released their Best Of 2015 and I swear, the list is so good I'm finding it hard to blog about just one track. Show More Summary

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