Break Science Releases Mecha Flora Single Ahead EP Release

Close your eyes and feel the music. That will happen when listening to the titular single off Break Science’s upcoming EP, Mecha Flora.  The first single off the project, slated for February 2, dropped in January. “Mecha Flora” opens with an entrancing static effect, allowing the listener to dissolve into their chair and let the […]

Vylana album artwork for Goddess Rise

Vylana’s ‘Goddess Rise’ Invokes Powerful, Feminine Expression, Fosters Rebirth, Acceptance

“I am, and that’s all I ever need to be.” That powerful lyric encapsulates the message of Vylana’s album, Goddess Rise. The project dropped on Nov. 2 as a raw, personal tale of Vylana’s journey of rebirth, feminine spirit, and identity acceptance. Goddess Rise teleports the listener to an evocative atmosphere filled with Vylana’s invitation […]

EDC Orlando

How to Stay Cool During EDC Orlando

Florida is hot. There is no dancing around the truth, and even if the alligator state dips into the 50s during those winter months, this weekend, the highs will reach 80 degrees. Combine that humid heat with thousands of dancing bodies and electric live music, all centered in the dead center of Florida, and you’re […]

Playlist: In the Mood for EDC Orlando

EDC Orlando is almost here! With a few days until the festival, here are 22 songs to get you in the spirit of the renowned event. Tracklist: “Hot In It” – Tiësto, Charli XCX “Puzzle Box” – Rezz, Subtronics “Hero” – Afrojack, David Guetta “The Sign” – CamelPhat, Anyma “Laserbeam- Sullivan King Remix” – Ray […]

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Who is Hello Yes? Eclectic Live Duo Open Up Ahead of New EP

The electronic outfit Hello Yes smashed their debut set at this year’s Lightning in a Bottle festival. The duo consists of Aaron Leibowitz on saxophone and Mitch Bell on guitar, who first crossed paths while touring with Grammy-nominated electronic artist ZHU.  A few years, a debut EP titled Listen Clearly, and several tours later, the […]

Five Electropop Artists to Check Out at Firefly Music Festival 2022

Electropop is a burgeoning music genre blending elements of electronic dance music with features distinctive to pop music. Electropop boasts several subgenres that call back to nostalgia and the strange internet culture we experience today. Firefly Music Festival is an annual celebration in the heart of Dover, Delaware, held from September 22–25. The infamous festival […]

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RamonPang’s Idyllic, Futuristic ‘Third Places’

Intelligent dance music artist RamonPang dropped his debut album Nature System to critical acclaim and a strong fanbase. His second record, Third Places, came out in August via the same record company that supported his first album, Tabula Rasa Records.  The Filipino-American musician catapulted to his current style of dance music through electronic techniques utilized […]

Nostalgix on Building a Universe in Music

Emerging house artist Nostalgix says her moniker chose her before she ever touched a DJ controller.  From a young age, she knew she wanted to sing, rap, and pursue music. In fact, she bases her discography on the nostalgic music she listened to when growing up in Iran. At home, her parents played Persian artists, […]

Musicians Providing Platforms for the Rights of Those with Uteruses

Roe v. Wade protected the constitutional rights of access to abortion in America from January 22, 1973, until June 24, 2022, when the supreme court overturned the ruling, reversing the constitutional right and jeopardizing women’s health and people with uteruses. Several artists in the music industry stood up against the Supreme Court by donating, setting […]

QRTR’s Fresh, Ethereal Dive Into Dance Music

“Representation is everything. I would have not gotten into dance music if I didn’t see other women DJing and producing dance music.” These words come from electronic artist and soothing dance music extraordinaire, Meagan Rodriguez, otherwise known as QRTR. Music flows through Rodriguez figuratively, and quite literally. The Brooklyn-based artist noted that her half Puerto-Rican, […]