One of Detroit's youngest stars unleashes one of the year's great dance tracks, and reveals a connection to a founder of his hometown scene.
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One of the best dance-music producers in the business, DJ Sprinkles remixed Ducktails' "Letter of Intent" into a nine-minute slow burn. How did this happen?
Kaarvai refers to the practice of singers holding notes as long as humanly possible. In "Roses," German electronic producer Michael Mayer seizes on the idea to stretch a beautiful vocal to its limits.
The production duo reworks Wiley's "I'm Skanking" on its new collection of favorites and remixes.
The Spanish producer returns with two new songs — each left off his first album, but both amazing.
One of the original dubstep producers has a new album that incorporates sounds recorded during a trip to Cuba.
"If you're never going to move," Ware sings on the track from her debut album, Devotion, "you'll make me come to you."
The remix of "Look At Where We Are" adds electronic kick without losing the song's human element.
Dan Snaith, who has recorded for years as Caribou, introduces Daphni, a dance-focused alter-ego.
The British singer and producer's dark and immersive new album, Playin' Me, traces the pain inherent in love.
The man who snuck bass music into a Radiohead remix has a brand new song of his own. Listen to "Ready."
One of the pleasures of a dancing to a perfect DJ set is also a peril: so many great songs you'll never hear again.
This weekend in Detroit, the Movement festival will feature over 100 DJs and producers from across the electronic dance music spectrum. Hear a mix of some of the best.
The concept behind the electronic musician's new album, Ghettos and Gardens, is simple: over and over again, he mixes graceful sounds with grimy, percussive noise.
A new song by the Iranian-Canadian producer begins as a swirling abstraction that coheres around traditional instruments, sweet melodies and hip-hop beats.