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How A Traditional Rhythm Is Shaping Today's Most Exciting New Music

Adam Harper traces the path of the tresillo rhythm through history to today's global club network.
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What Does "Experimental Music" Even Mean Anymore?

Adam Harper traces a new wave of electronic adventurers in the techno-mediated spaces and tense modernities of the 2010s.
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If You've OD-ed On The Internet, This Music Will Save You

Adam Harper looks to East Asia for sounds to soothe his digitally dizzy head.
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What Health Goth Actually Means

It was started in Portland by a bunch of musicians, and says more about our age of aesthetics than it does runway trends.
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System Focus: High Speed Sounds to Blister Even Internet-Accelerated Brains

Adam Harper surfs a new wave of warp-speed sounds to blister even your internet-accelerated brain.
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System Focus: Bridging the Singular Sounds of Lisbon's Underground

Chasing hyperlinks to a physical city, Adam Harper traveled to Portugal to meet the people behind the mysterious AVNL and Golden Mist labels.
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System Focus: Today's Hi-Tech World Has given Birth to a New, Gleaming Grey Sonic Vocabulary

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Cold as platinum and hard as glass, Adam Harper deciphers a new wave of dazzlingly alienated beats.
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System Focus: The Evolution of the Voice in the Digital Landscape

From synthesised speech to J-pop vocaloids, Adam Harper traces the shifting role of the voice in popular music.
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System Focus: Inside 1080p, Zoom Lens & the New Digital DIY Labels

Adam Harper speaks with 1080p, Zoom Lens, Illuminated Paths and more to find out what it means to be a DIY label in the digital age.
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System Focus: Adam Harper on the Divine Surrealism of Epic Collage Producers E+E, Total Freedom and Diamond Black Hearted Boy

In the first of a new monthly column, experimental music critic Adam Harper unearths a new strain of music from the internet's depths.
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