Melodies collapsing into dissonance.
Richard H. Kirk’s first album as Cabaret Voltaire in 26 years is as fun and as vital as they’ve sounded since the early ’80s.
Once upon a time there was a subgenre called “witch house,” the emphasis here being…
A progressive electronic work that feels more like a cinematic epic.
Hear a live recording of “The District Sleeps Alone Tonight”.
New album features Karen O, Kurt Vile, Denzel Curry and more.
The Belarusian coldwave trio create a fitting musical companion to the dark winter nights ahead.
IG Culture and Alex Phountzi bring together a sprawling set of under-the-radar producers in the name of broken beat.
Travis Stewart grows closer to becoming a master of all trades on his latest.
In a surprising show of conciseness, the new Autechre record revealed itself to be a…
Hear the second single from the Milwaukee artist’s upcoming second album.
The Dutch beatmaker and saxophonist reworks a no wave classic.
The ambient composer follows up a celebratory lounge-disco album with a mournful set of ghostly loops.
The L.A. band’s new set of collaborative tracks is their closest approximation of vintage industrial.
Darkside—the progressive electronic duo of Nicolas Jaar and Dave Harrington—released only one full-length album, 2013’s…
Darren Cunningham’s latest is a great batch of songs that feel strangely disconnected from one another.
March Richter explores the human voice in his more spacious set of dark ambient compositions.
The infrequently operating electronic jazz-rock outfit struts with gravitas on their latest iteration.
Daniel Lopatin’s most accessible release to date is also a new high point for the producer.