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NYC Is Reaching Peak European Techno

The arrival of German institutions like HYTE could be a sign of what's to come.
Michelle Lhooq
7.7.17
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We Made a Dancefloor Dictionary So You Don't Have to Call Everything a Banger

You'll never struggle to describe music again!
Angus Harrison
7.6.17
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DIY Electronic Productions Are Challenging What Opera Can Be

Welcome to opera in the 21st century.
Daniel Shkolnik
7.5.17
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When Festivals Respond to Their Environment, Magic Happens

We spent an enlightening weekend at Milan's Terraforma, the most exciting small festival in Europe.
Angus Harrison
7.5.17
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Ellen Allien Can See the Future

We caught up with the BPitch Control boss at a synthesizer exhibition in Berlin to hear about her time traveling path towards fame.
Thomas Vorreyer
7.3.17
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Seven Artists Tell Us Why Canadian Electronic Music Rules

Sled Island 2017 acts including Actress, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, and DIANA share their past and present favourites.
Michael Rancic
6.30.17
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Every Remix of "Smooth" Is, Somehow, Not At All Smooth

Rob Thomas and Santana's Grammy-winning track came out 18 years ago today, please don't try to make an edit of it.
THUMP Staff
6.29.17
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Don Buchla's Modular Revolution, Remembered by Suzanne Ciani

"The Buchla is a living thing."
Emilie Friedlander
6.29.17
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Vancouver's New Electronic Scene is Breaking the Boys Club

More women and non-binary individuals are making music, booking shows, and running labels in the Canadian Riviera—but it wasn’t always this way.
Cate McGehee
6.28.17
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Joel Eel's Eclectic Techno Debut Explores Growing Up Korean-Canadian

How cultural guilt and family expectations informed the Toronto producer's new album 'Very Good Person.'
Sofia Luu
6.28.17
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Larry Heard Talks Us Through the Making of "Can You Feel It"

Ahead of his performance at Sunfall, we spoke to the house pioneer about how one of the 20th century's greatest works of art came to be.
Josh Baines
6.27.17
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Electronic Anthems from Turn-of-the-Century MTV We're Still Not Over

The years 1997 to 2003 were intergalactic AF.
Daniela Castro
6.27.17