It must be the feeling of an endless gratitude in the air that makes this festival such a special place to be each year. We do not recommend missing this one. Starting today, September the 2oth!
Diana says you should check out Hhappiness. Do it now!
Girlseeker are three Danish gentlemen with ravishing looks who play humble yet fairly mental 80s synth-pop. They're also one of the bands that makes the Danish music scene stand out - and your chance to get inspiration on new ways to seek out girls.
'New Danish Sound' is the title of a mixtape created in collaboration between Danish blog Passive/Aggressive and Brooklyn-based International Mixtapes, where the idea is to, you guessed it, showcase artists from Denmark. If you think you've heard this one too many times before, hold your horses. This isn't an ordinary compilation presenting just any new sound.
Diana went to Music Tech Fest in London. It was quite a show, apparently.
Network Awesome, the best thing to hit the internet since the GIF, just had Electronic Music Week. Time to start drooling.
A cautionary tale ( that goes a bit goth in parts) : what can happen when you use certain in-earphones.
Director, actor and motion graphic designer, Chris Crutchfield, made this neat, little video using the pervasive clicks and ticks of the iPhone, the Mac and Facebook.
Mexican ghetto music is the music for you, says Diana. Check it out and have a look at those boots while you're at it.
Jacaszek, Ghostly International's Polish contingent, makes Diana sad in a good way.
Our resident, Slovakian music nerd makes a convincing case for Slovakian electro-pop.
Love TV but hate most of the mindless drivel that it churns out? Network Awesome's got your back.
Rump Recordings' finest promote their latest album, 'Limousine to the Guillotine', in an attention-grabbing way.
A documentary about copyright featuring Girl Talk and Dangermouse that you can never watch too many times.
An introductory guide to some of the most remarkable innovations/curiosities within music technology.
Hip, Western musicians are currently getting high on the trippy, organic sounds of world music. Check out what happens when world music meets musical cousins. This one's for all you hippies out there.