Progressive House

Electrocado’s “Smooth & Creamy” Mau5trap EP Takes House Amalgams To Unforeseen Heights

One must never pigeonhole themselves with artistic nuance. It’s incredibly important — especially in 2017’s increasingly inseparable, struggling socio-political climate — to seek out and expect the unexpected. Of course with some musical acts, the listener knows what to expect… if not exactly, then an iteration. Now, this is not to say expectations in music […]

Noob Vs. Pro: Studying “House x Techno 101” at CRSSD Fest

For this recap of CRSSD Fest in San Diego on September 30th & October 1st, we bring you a dual review by our journalists Dane & Emily – one new to experiencing CRSSD and its “house x techno” essence, one a CRSSD veteran and discerning techno enthusiast. Here’s what happened… Dane: The gates of Waterfront […]

Bicep Simultaneously Demonstrates Sonic Tenacity & Flexibility On Their Debut Self-Titled LP

Bicep is an electronic duo with the tenacity of battery acid pumping through one’s veins. After breaking into the scene—churning out an innumerable number of classic house tracks all amongst their particularly unfashionable modus operandi— the two found their niche. Bicep broke out, virtually, as their slew of tunes struck an emotive chord with their listeners. Their […]

[INTERVIEW] Guy J: On Developing His Sound, Armadillo Records & More

It was one of those rare, perfect evenings in New York City. Gone was the stifling, sticky heat of summer, and the brisk winds of autumn had yet to touch the metropolis. I gazed in awe as the Statue of Liberty glided into view of our boat, haloed by a brilliant sunset. It created a […]