UK electronic music producer Spor (AKA Jonathan Gooch, AKA Feed Me) is transitioning. A dubstep poster boy going back to his early days, Gooch has for now jettisoned the Feed Me moniker and, as he says,...
It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that Joey Burns loves to travel. Since 1997, the Calexico frontman has made his living writing music infused with life on the road.
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Suboi is a 25-year-old rapper, who creates vibrant music under the confines of Communist-ruled Vietnam. It’s not easy to rhyme about controversial topics due to strict censorship, but she continues to defy the conventions of the government.
From Latin neo-soul wonder Alex Cuba to Ethopian songstress Meklit, tune into the sounds of the future.
Following a four-year hiatus and the loss of their singer, the Guadalajara band is back with a new album, a new frontman, and a powerful sense of purpose.
In his latest album, the innovative Jamaican star bridges history with the present and infuses a multitude of styles into the reggae roster.
The Tokyo DJ and Red Bull The3Style winner leans towards crowd-pleasing rap cuts and clanging dance tracks that would sound at home on Mad Decent.
From the album, Moctezuma. Directed by Jorge G. Camarena.
From the Steppin Razor EP. Directed by Kurt Wright.
From the album, Thank You. Directed by Anatoliy Sachivko.
From the album, FM. Directed by Chris Hugall.
From the album, Triumph. Directed by Yago Partal.
From the album, Chaos And The Calm. Directed by Daniel Kragh Jacobsen.
From the album Arc-Eyes. Directed by Lebogang Rasethaba.
From EP1. Directed by Sebastien Desmedt.