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Exclusive Interview: CloZee Speaks Universality & Arriving At Inspiration

The formative mind of French DJ/producer Chloé Herry, otherwise known as CloZee, is not reducible to a mere collection of songs. Through the art of collaboration, inspiration, and recreation, she seeks to share her creativity in all aspects of expression. Based out of Toulouse, France and speaking primarily French, CloZee demonstrates the true universality of […]

[DUBSTEP] Oolacile Answers Age-old Debate: Riddim vs Riddumb

Riddim or Riddumb? In our defense, it has become increasingly more difficult to tell the difference these days. EDM’s hottest subgenre has been resting on the tip of every youngsters tongue and it’s fairly obviously why, this stuff truly has a life of it’s own. Some of it is spectacular, some of it is garbage, […]

[Drumstep/Dubstep] Nasko – Glide

Another day, another German producer shattering the mold for bass music as we know it. Isn’t that how the saying goes? I’ve been fairly keen on Nasko for almost a full year now and the rapidly-rising producer has developed something of a pattern when it comes to nudging tunes past their traditional boundaries. For those of you in need […]

[INTERVIEW] The Shinigami Crew Is Taking Riddim To Another Level

As the EDM culture evolves sub-genres are being produced almost monthly and as these sub-genres keep sprouting up left and right there are plenty of artists to tackle and contribute to its evolution. What started out as a dubstep/riddim crew has now evolved into The Shinigami Crew and they’ve spread their name throughout the nation and […]

[EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW] Why Kendrick Lamar Is Bro Safari’s Biggest Influence

Halloween weekend at Freaky Deaky for The Sights And Sounds consisted of lots of music, dancing, and talking with the face behind Bro Safari. If given the opportunity, where would Bro Safari host his own festival? How did Bro Safari’s style develop from playing instruments to producing dubstep? How does rapper and lyricist Kendrick Lamar […]