Ever wondered what it would sound like if Boddika had collaborated with Johnny Jewel on the Drive soundtrack? Girl Unit’s got your back on that one. Next level freshness right here.
An edgy girl and a beautifully twisted track: Tomas Barfod, our old buddy and product developer has got it all figured out in the promo for his latest single.
On this rainy Wednesday in April, an otherworldly sonic nugget perfectly suited to the sombre atmosphere fell in our lap. For fans of Grimes, Austra and good music.
The potty-mouthed, dark R&B wunderkind's mellow, new single comes complete with zombies, horses and tipis.
Helsinki-based outfit, Kitkaliitto, are here to soothe your post-holiday blues with soaring, analogue bleeps and gorgeous, acoustic guitar.
Network Awesome, the best thing to hit the internet since the GIF, just had Electronic Music Week. Time to start drooling.
In which we get schooled/taken to college/taught some knowledge by a 16-year-old.
Parked in a warped, experimental intersection somewhere between dub, jungle, and contemporary bass music, B. Riddim’s new EP on Third Ear Recordings is the freshest ting we’ve heard in ages.
Brought to you live from the AIAIAI ACID Dungeon, it's the 10th consecutive ACID Post.
It's out today, people! And it features some solid remixes by Jacob Korn and Shlohmo to boot.
Boddika graces our ACID post once again. And with good reason.
The tech-savvy, zeitgeist-nailing, Icelandic songstress gets more mileage out of her epic app-based album by enlisting Death Grips, El Guincho, Matthew Herbert, These New Puritans and TMA-tester, Hudson Mohawke, on remix duties.
Our new marketing manager, Tobias, is German and would like to share some German music with you.
If you still aren't sure what exactly a 90's Prostitution Racket is, Gerry Read is more than willing to teach you. Here's a little hint: you can dance to it.
Avant-hip hoppers, Death Grips, are back to feed you nuggets of intensity with their latest single.
The man of the moment puts together a riveting show at one of New York’s most forward thinking spaces. Pitchfork were on location to capture the unique multimedia performance.
The new record from The Chromatics was scheduled to hit the streets on Valentine's day 2012. And, after all, what would be a more appropriate pairing for that day than Johnny Jewel's latest melancho-disco?
Get busy to the sounds of the new acid underground, the sounds of the incomparable Boddika.
This ungooglable Irish act sent us some music with an accompanying promo text. Turns out, it’s really good.
That's right. And he's pulling out all the cinematic, richly textured, hard-hitting percussive stops for the 'Kindred' EP.
New York duo, Blondes', new album on RVNG International is a journey into trippy yet carefully considered sound. It's just been released, but if you're the 'try-it-before-you-buy-it' type of person you can stream the whole thing on - you guessed it - Soundcloud.
Friday ACID post suddenly got real on your asses. We're giving away this limited edition 'Acid Rock' poster to celebrate that our graphic designer, Kasper, just released an acid-influenced album with his band Spleen United. And because, you know, we like acid more than most people. All you have to do is answer two questions.
We got beef: The low-down on that heated reark Vs. Zomby controversy, which has seen the famed UK bass music producer coming under accusations of stealing.