Max Pearl profiles one of dance music's most distinctive new voices.
Could a new club from the Tresor cofounder help revitalize Detroit's nightlife? Max Pearl heads there to find out.
Max Pearl visits the New York techno artist's studio to talk modular synths.
Bold, confrontational, unique—the New York DJ talks shop with Max Pearl.
The artist also known as Luis, DJ Python and Deejay Xanax is as poetic as he is versatile, dishing out everything from house to breakbeat to so-called "deep reggaeton." Max Pearl pays him a visit in Queens.
Max Pearl talks shop with the highly respected New York engineer and producer.
This legendary New York thrift store is a record digger's heaven or hell, depending when you show up and how much time you have. Max Pearl descends into The Thing.
Max Pearl explains how this US artist's high-def synth pop sound perfectly suits our technological age.
Global bass, cumbia digital, tropical bass—whatever you call their music, this Peruvian duo are creating thrilling fusions of traditional rhythms and modern electronics.
Party promoters in New York are part of a complex game that most don't even know they're playing. Max Pearl reports on how property developers and gentrification are irreversibly shaping the city's dance music scene.
Max Pearl profiles a New York-based crew of artists who are defined by their irreverence for dance music traditions.
Dylan Scheer is a key member of Brooklyn's emerging electronic music underground. Max Pearl hears about her quest to make club music that serves both the head and the feet.
This forward-thinking Mexican collective is using club music to explore Latin American identity. Max Pearl meets them on their home turf.
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The genre-defiant Bristol label has put together old and new tracks from Romare, Dark Sky, Blue Daisy, Hyetal and Clap! Clap!, among others.
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The winter and spring schedule also includes Answer Code Request, Margaret Dygas, Nicolas Lutz and Ugandan Methods, the duo of Regis and Ancient Methods.
Thu, 14 Dec 2017
The pioneering New York house producer picked 91 tracks to commemorate the 91 years that the "anti-dancing law" was on the books.
Their winter and spring bookings include Actress, Apparat, Nastia, Octo Octa, Luke Slater and Seth Troxler, among numerous other international acts.
It's off The Bug's new single, Bad / Get Out Of The Way.
Wed, 13 Dec 2017
Stott has bowed out due to illness, so Hecker will be playing instead alongside Demdike Stare at Pioneer Works this Thursday and Friday.
Mon, 11 Dec 2017
The clip for the Hesaitix track was directed by Michael Guidetti.
Thu, 7 Dec 2017
This colorful ambient jam, Sounding A New Age, was recorded with an auto-harp, gong, synth drones and various electronics at Cashmere Radio in Berlin. Read about it here.
"An experimental idea doesn’t have to be separated from a mainstream context," the electronic pop artist told journalist Sasha Geffen.
Tue, 5 Dec 2017
The donation perks include a book of Oliveros quotes not available elsewhere, plus CD box sets of her early electronic work, among other items.
Mon, 4 Dec 2017
The French house head and renowned crate-digger will make his Brazilian debut as part of the brief South America visit this weekend.
Thu, 30 Nov 2017
Directed by Jake Moore and Oliver Rivard, it situates the ambient musician and New Age guru at home in New York City.