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15 Drum and Bass Artists You Should Listen To

Drum and bass is one of the biggest music genres in the world. Born out of the rave and jungle scene coming out of UK in the early 90s, it now enjoys huge mainstream success. Known for its technical precision as well as its unique rhythm, drum and bass is a distinctly...

15 Techno Music Artists You Should Listen To

Despite some protestations the other way, techno music is still the sound of the underground. Eclipsed in recent years by the interstellar success of EDM, which blends elements of trance and progressive house, techno is the genre of choice for black-clad hipsters and...

15 Trance Music Artists You Should Listen To

Trance music is one of the biggest sounds in the world, conjuring up images of packed stadiums and blissed-out euphoria. Starting in Berlin in the 90s before becoming a truly worldwide genre, trance has been dominated by just a few names. The fame of its most...

15 Future Bass Artists You Should Listen To

With its big addictive supersaw chords, booming basslines and trap-inspired beats, Future Bass now has a major stronghold in the pop charts. Started in 2006 in the UK, USA, Australia, Japan and Korea, it is known for its "wobbly" sound, often achieved through applying...

Lone: Endlessly Raving, Endlessly Nostalgic

UK electronic musician Matt Cutler aka Lone has been relentlessly productive for the last decade. The Nottingham native is many things. A producer’s producer with a knack for percussion and arpeggiated melody, a gifted remixer, a cross-over artist, the heir of Boards...

Flume | Electronic Music & The Defying of Genres

It’s been a couple of years since Aussie electro beatmaker Harley Streten, a.k.a. Flume, burst onto the scene. Ever since his arrival, electronic music hasn’t been the same. In fact, one could go as far as to say that Flume is probably the best thing to have happened...

10 Lo Fi Artists You Should Listen To | Hip Hop

Whether you are just looking to relax, study or need something to read or play games to, you can’t do better than listening to some lo-fi hipp-hop. Applying dainty melodies – often on the piano, harp, guitar or saxophone – over a simple 4/4 beat, with artificial vinyl...

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