Kayla Carson, Simon Fraser University
Skip Coachella. Here’s why these festivals with under 10,000 attendees are the best.
Nathan Coles, Oakland University
The trap musician mixes up his trademark pounding basslines with other styles on this distinct and complex production.
Eric Alexander, University of Colorado Denver
It’s the end of an era, but the music of these Dutch electronic legends will always live on.
Caleb Clark, Hillsdale College
Charli XCX’s new album displays her trademark style, but is a bit derivative of her older work.
Taylor Sprinkle, University of Texas at Austin
cocainejesus captures a reveling, adventurous spirit in his most introspective album yet.
Christopher Duggan, Boise State University
Completing a four album cycle, the new release from the indie folk band is another intriguing chapter in the band’s creative evolution.
One of the U.K.’s fastest-rising producers is expanding his signature style.
The electronic music scene is in desperate need of a feminist revolution.
These rising stars are bringing electronic music to the surface of Texas’ country-centric musical landscape.
Remington Jensen, University of Idaho
The electronic savant recently released his sophomore album, ‘Compro,’ and is pushing the genre into uncharted, boundary-less territory.
The Austin band’s third album marks a shift toward a more jazz-forward mindset, though without sacrificing a hint of its deep-synth sound.
Christian Zeitler, Carnegie Mellon
These four songs showcase collaborations between successful electronic artists and rappers that perfectly combine the strengths of the two genres.
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