Hundred Waters have shared their first new music since last year’s Communicating LP, which found the band taking a deep dive into the intimate nature of their creation method and the struggle each of their personal connections to one another have endured as the band has evolved over the years. Now, the OWSLA-signed synth-folk trio has dropped off a new single, “Mushroom Cloud,” which was derived from the same studio sessions that led to their most recent album. The ballad is carried by weighty, melancholic piano chords and lead singer Nicole Miglis’ raw, expressive vocalizing, culminating into a cloud of textured white noise — appropriately setting the tone for the accompanying Communicating mini-documentary.
Releasing the new tour documentary between the band’s two Coachella appearances, and just a month ahead of their fifth annual FORM event, Communicating largely explores the six-year relationship between Miglis and her band mate and boyfriend Trayer Tryon. The relationship appears to be deteriorating as the band prepares to embark on a three-month road trip, with Tryon suggesting that Hundred Waters may even dissolve as a result upon their return home. Interestingly, the mini-doc is shot through a keyhole perspective, suggesting there’s more to the story than what meets the eye. And while Miglis, Tryon, and drummer Zach Tetreault have created a catalog of beautifully haunting electro-folk masterworks together at the expense of their now-strained relationships, perhaps Hundred Waters’ incredibly special run may sadly be nearing the end of its course.
angelic substream – it is the arcanesystem. do you feel the air ? Porter Robinson has been dropping bombs on electronic dance music with his new alias. The alias delivers a mesmerizing new sound which has rejuvanted an industry that has been dropping the same pop-droppy sounds for the past few years. Back in December
Team EZY just released a remix of the Poo Bear-assisted Skrillex record, “Would You Ever.” With an effervescent approach and futuristic special effects, Team EZY adds a splash of color to the 2017 track.
Team EZY and Skrillex also collaborated on the 2016 track “Pretty Bye Bye” featuring NJOMZA, and the artist has even worked in the A&R division of Skrillex’s OWSLA label. Judging by the merits of this track, hopefully, it won’t be the last of their work together either.
Logic and Marshmello are two dudes that came into 2018 on a mission. Marshmello has been releasing new music literally every week and Logic has continued to grace us with lyrical perfection with his mixtape “Bobby Tarantino II”. On said mixtape, the two collaborated for the timeless track “EVERYDAY” (not to be confused with Logic’s
Not being able to get to Miami this year, my mind, body and soul ached. I even contemplated dropping $800 on a flight on Friday morning with the goal of scalping tickets. Ultimately, I made the business decision to cut my losses and enjoy the live stream. As Friday progressed, the fomo grew but Ultra
Fresh off releasing the hottest album of 2018 to date “Not All The Beautiful Things”, What So Not has teamed up with Diplo and BBC Radio 1 for a mix on Diplo and Friends. The mix, titled “Flying to Europe Pt. 2” delivers much of what we would expect from What So Not, absolute heat,
Ghastly has been making waves over the past year or so with his hard hitting bass and his incomparable love for reptiles. Part of Moe Shalizi’s crew, Ghastly has taken over clubs and festival stages across the globe and delivered his unique sound to the masses. A few months back, we caught up with Ghastly
After the release of their EP, Uh Oh!, and the conclusion of their second headlining tour, Canadian sibling duo Tennyson shared a new visual for “Cry Bird,” out now via OWSLA.
Using quippy CGI to illustrate the playful world the two have created, they unleash the second visual inspired by the song, following an animated reproduction of Luke and Tess’ dance moves put together through a collaboration of their fans.
“Cry Bird” is an off-kilter breed of electro-pop that is both catchy and daringly experimental, which plays off the use of everyday sounds, and equally assures Tennyson’s an act electronica fans ought to keep an eye on.
We have some great news for you today Skrillex lovers. Skrillex is finally making a comeback to perform at festivals after a long break this last year. The dubstep DJ is set to perform his own individual set at the Form Arcosanti festival. Taking place in May, this year’s lineup features many popular acts such
Over recent month, Porter Robinson has introduced the alter ego “Virtual Self”. The alter-ego has taken the industry by storm in similarity to his dominance with “World” years back. Since inception, Virtual Self has played his debut live show in Brooklyn, NY and graced the Holy Ship! decks with his blend of smash psy-trance? If