To show off iMac Pro’s new capabilities to create CG, motion graphics, and design, Apple invited artists of all kinds to show what they can create on the new iMac. “The project was an opportunity for each of them to use this incredibly capable tool to define power through the films they made.” In addition
It’s been nearly a year since RL Grime began teasing his upcoming Nova LP, marking one of the most anticipated sophomore albums in the global EDM sphere since Disclosure‘s Caracal in 2015. Now, the illustrious trap pioneer has composed a collaboration with German genre bender, Boys Noize. The unreleased ID recently featured in Apple‘s newest iMac Pro commercial, along with a strong injection of psychedelic visuals.
RL Grime isn’t a one-trick pony. He’s the undisputed king of trap music, and while the genre has changed considerably since Henry Steinway’s second moniker emerged — RL’s creative output has impressively adapted accordingly. Now he’s preparing to deliver his sophomore studio album, and address the differences between the state of trap music at the time of Void versus where it’s going in the era of Nova. Bridging that gap on his latest, RL has linked with Daya on “I Wanna Know,” dropping off a melodic piece of future bass that’s primed for heavy rotations into the summer months.
Daya, whose breakout came on The Chainsmokers‘ “Don’t Let Me Down,” delivers another anthemic performance, this time complementing one of the most sonically diverse RL Grime compositions in recent memory. It has been almost a year since RL Grime first began teasing his new Nova concept. Now, as it continues to materialize, “I Wanna Know” suggests we’ll find a lot more than just standard trap music when the LP finally drops.
It has taken what seems to be a lifetime for RL Grime’s sophomore album to hit the scene. ‘NOVA’ is easily one of the most highly anticipated works from any artist over the last several years. Luckily it appears that it’s release is now on the horizon. This week RL Grime announced the album is
RL Grime announced earlier this week that his album is officially finished and that we would be hearing the final single to the massively anticipated LP today. We have finally got our hands on his collaboration with Daya named ‘I Wanna Know’ and it is an instant RL Grime classic. While this one is no
Sound the alarms. Trap connoisseur and purveyor of all things heavy and hefty, RL Grime, has finished his new album. Taking to Instagram to share the news, RL Grime kept the tremendous wave of excitement simple and sweet. Alongside the major announcement, he announced he’ll be dropping off some new music this Friday.
Though the album’s details remain unknown, excitement levels are at an all-time high, especially considering the fact that it’s his first proper full-length since 2014’s VOID. No matter what arrives this Friday, it’ll surely fill the void that fans have so endured.
RL Grime’s next album ‘NOVA’ has been hyped up to extraordinary heights. Seeing that the release date for the new LP hasn’t even been announced, yet everyone is nonstop talking about it – expectations are high. Considering that RL Grime’s last album, ‘VOID’ changed the entire course of electronic music in profound ways only further
His new remix of Lauv‘s track “Paris In The Rain” is definitely one to vibe with, as the former NYU student compliments the vocals with light claps, plucked violin samples, smooth synths, and an overall assortment of feel-good sounds. This production style is bound to turn some heads as Inverness prepares for a debut EP release later in 2018.
RL Grime and his new album, ‘NOVA’ was a massive story line in 2017. Fans were dying for information around the release of the the trap gods new LP and while many believed it would drop in the second half of 2017, it never was released. So what gives? We have been collectively waiting for
What can be said about DJ Craze that Pete Tong doesn’t cover in his introduction to the Miami-based veteran selector’s debut Essential Mix? Hailed by the host as, “one of the most technically gifted DJs, ever,” Tong goes on to highlight Craze’s three consecutive DMC world champion crownings, undoubtedly solidifying the Slow Roast Records founder’s spot in the highest echelons of the DJ ring of honor. From there, the turntablist quickly descends into two hours of elbow-throwing trap, hip-hop, and breaks spanning a spectrum that covers Skrillex to Vince Staples, Noisia to Kendrick Lamar with so much in between.
Craze’s Essential Mix leaves no room for subtlety –– fake DJs should feel personally attacked. Putting on a rare lesson in “real DJing,” Craze has clearly forgotten more about Technics than most professional DJs will ever learn in their lifetimes.
Cuts from A Tribe Called Quest and Mobb Deep seamlessly rub shoulders with material from Ricky Remedy, Ekali, and RL Grime, all weaved together with masterful, flawless scratch routines. Craze reiterates exactly why he’s unequivocally carried the scratch DJing torch throughout his decorated career, dropping off one of the sharpest Essential Mixes of recent memory.