In the fourth installment of the BRICKED podcast, we explore a variety of artists that represent some of the most interesting corners of electronic music. 12 more words
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In 2014, Grouper (pseudonym for singer-songwriter Liz Harris) released Ruins and it quickly became one of my favorite albums ever. Harris’ dark, cavernous, and hauntingly beautiful singing combined with usually just a piano and the occasional background synth helped create an experience that I will never forget. 472 more words
This video with visuals by Jon Rafman and music by Oneohtrix Point Never (the pseudonym of electronic music pioneer Daniel Lopatin) premiered in 2013, leading up to the release of Oneohtrix Point Never’s album 726 more words
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The songstress we all know and love is back with a new release, Trust In Me. The track was unveiled as part of a new advertisement for clothing brand Nike. 178 more words
FKA twigs has shared a new song online.
The self-directed Nike commercial entitled “Do You Believe in More?” – featuring the audio clip for “Trust in Me” – was posted to NikeWomen’s YouTube channel on Wednesday (January 11, 2017). 96 more words