The impossibly talented Copenhageners rock their unique brand of forward-thinking house on the world’s best dance music show. The crowd is small, but the vibe is BIG.
Watch and learn as Brenmar and MikeQ throw it down in a bassy, bouncy, XXX-rated stylee.
One of our favorite new house duos dispense the 4/4 to the appreciative floor and even have time to pose for a few party photos while doing it. A great set from a class act.
Baauer is that kid who produced that thunderous joint with Just Blaze and started one of the internet’s biggest crazes in recent memory to boot. However, as it becomes glaringly obvious a few minutes into the Austin-based Boiler Room appearance alongside RL Grime AKA Clockwork, he’s also a skilled selector with an ear for moving the crowd. Together they show Austin how it’s done in a UK-inspired stylee. Get on it – and watch out for that Artful Dodger drop!
One of the world’s best DJs throws down the sound among the scantily clad pool posse of Boiler Room Miami. Enjoy the timeless, tantalizingly tasteful set of the main man Carl Craig as he takes you on an electronic odyssey of great things past and present from Moodyman to Omar S.
Gold is rocked around the neck and on the ears as Johannesburg’s finest treats us to a set full of syncopated gems and low-end delicacies. The crowd may not exactly be going apeshit, but this will in no way deter us from bigging up Spoek’s Boiler Room set.
Guess that title is pretty self-explanatory? Nevertheless we won’t spare you our need to wax lyrical on this particular Boiler Room performance carried out by one Peanut Butter Wolf.
There ain’t no party like a Buraka Som Sistema Party. If you’ve never witnessed one of their bass-y, Angolan Kuduro-fueled sets you really are missing out, my friend. Watch and learn as the Lisbon-based lecturers teach us how to throw it down with piercing sirens, merciless beats and aggro MCing.
The electronic wiz kid was on fine form at this year’s Sónar Festival. Here’s a short clip of the man in question performing and using our DJ headphones.
We cannot praise those on-point London hepcats at Boiler Room enough. Which is also why we cannot shy away from the fact that we like it when our headphones are in their excellent show. Here’s a selection of some of the sickest TMA-1 sets imaginable, live in the em-effin Boiler Room.
Mercedes’ unveiling of their latest automotive wonder at the MOCA LA featured Mike D from the Beastie Boys and some TMA-1s from AIAIAI. Cars and headphones were the order of the day.
Rocker of TMA-1s and disseminator of good vibes. If you’re down with our DJ headphones, this spaced out video following Chilean DJ Luciano and his crew of ‘Vagabundos’ in Ibiza is excellent headphone porn.
At Bleep.com’s takeover of the outstanding Boiler Room show, Rustie played an equally outstanding if not full-on momentous set. And the TMA-1 was all up in the Boiler Room!
Storm, Copenhagen’s renowned fashion and lifestyle boutique, will be selling the Fool’s Gold edition TMA-1. Get yourself down to Store Regnegade 1 where you can touch, test and try on the limited edition headphones.
Hello everyone, welcome to Brodinski's Fabric mix compilation. 75 minutes of fine electronic music. Let the beat control your body. Let the beat control your mind. Let the beat control your soul. Bring some smoke and purple drank.
The AIAIAI crew went to Amsterdam for the launch of the new Fool’s Gold limited edition TMA-1. We talked to Red Light Radio, held a launch party with the beautiful people at Precinct 5, drank ourselves silly, got down like funky robots on the floor of the Melkweg club and took pictures of it.
We’re pleased, proud and ever so slightly peppy. And the reason for this is that we’re just about to launch our latest headphone, the Fool’s Gold limited edition TMA-1!
We’re proud to report that our good friends and partners, the great designers of the TMA-1 at Kibisi are representing Danish design at Beijing Design Week.
What better way to take us into the weekend than hitching a ride on TMA-1 tester Joe Goddard's soulful banger 'Gabriel?'
Labeling Mathew Dear’s talent is not the easiest of tasks. First of all, he works in a wealth of different guises such as Audion, Jabberjaw and False that showcase the diversity in his musical ability.
Like many other bass music aficionados, Steve Goodman AKA Kode9’s first encounter with the lower end of the electronic register was jungle and drum ‘n’ bass. The Glasgow native went to a local club where he discovered the music that changed his life. Today, he has a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the university of Warwick, he’s written a book on ‘ Sonic Warfare’, he keeps releasing his own eagerly anticipated productions and he runs Hyperdub, the bass music label of the moment.
Tiga James Sontag accomplishments have been documented a 100 times over. He’s a skilled DJ, a savvy label head of Turbo Recordings and a flamboyant, charismatic entertainer. What most people don’t know, however, is that Tiga’s dad is a legendary Goa-trance DJ and that the young Tiga would travel back and forth between the hippie-infested beaches of Goa and snowy Montreal.
Is there anyone in the Western hemisphere who hasn’t heard of Erol Alkan, the leather-clad DJ maverick of Cypriot-Turkish descent who’s had a hand in the development of almost every current, identifiable dance floor direction?
Crunch, swish, bleep, Ross Birchard AKA Hudson Mohawke’s cominatcha with tumultuous technicolour beats and 8-bit, neon-tinted melodies.