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“I Love Clubbing, I Love Going Out”: Juliana Huxtable on New York and Dark Mofo

We spoke to the DJ, poet, artist, and model, ahead of her Australian tour.
Claudio Santoro
6.20.17
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Mykki Blanco Is Still Battling a “Homophobic” Music Industry

At a recent talk at Moogfest, he detailed the challenges he's faced as "a black guy with a dress wearing lipstick and rapping."
Colin Joyce
6.5.17
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DJ Hijo Pródigo's Favorite New Music is a Body Jacking Mastery of Chaos

The Last Record: the Chicago-based DJ and producer shares five of his favorite tunes by artists from across the globe.
Britt Julious
6.5.17
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Is The Opera House Sydney's Last Club?

The Good God VIVID Festival installation, at one of the world's most iconic monuments, is an anomaly—and a beacon of hope—in the city's floundering nightlife.
Claudio Santoro
6.1.17
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Was Dionysus the Original Human of the Sesh?

The story of how the son of Zeus transformed the world as we know it, one bottle of plonk at a time.
Josh Baines
5.10.17
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The Only Good Songs on Skrillex’s House Compilation Aren’t House Tracks

Curated by Chris Lake and Skrillex, 'HOWSLA' tries to push the genre into the future, and it succeeds—sometimes.
Colin Joyce
5.10.17
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Major Lazer's Cuba Documentary Isn't Another "Gringo on Vacation" Film

'Give Me Future' director Austin Peters discusses the challenges of shooting the globe-trotting trio's historic 2016 Havana concert.
Tina Hassannia
5.10.17
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The Best Songs From Moodymann's Prince Tribute Were the Ones Nobody Knew

Kenny Dixon Jr. dove deep into the Purple One's archives for a four-hour set full of b-sides and rarities.
Ezra Marcus
5.10.17
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Six Explosive Tracks that Define Mahraganat, Egypt's Wildly Popular Street Music

We spoke with Mahmoud Refat, head of the influential 100Copies label, about what makes the sound so vital.
Peter Holslin
4.3.17
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Is Lo-Fi House the First Genre of the Algorithm Age?

How YouTube's related video algorithm helped shaped the strange rise of hazy acts like DJ Boring, DJ Seinfeld, and Ross From Friends.
Rob Arcand
4.3.17
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NOLIFE Is the Frank Ocean-Endorsed Producer Bridging Hardcore and Musique Concrète

We talked to New York artist Sean Engvold about how isolation and urban environments inspired his latest EP.
Max Mertens
4.3.17
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Thundercat’s New Album Is a Surreal Chuckle in Midst of the Void

‘Drunk’ channels anxiety into humor about the confusing state of the world.
Colin Joyce
2.28.17