Why aren't more women becoming music producers?
Halloween came earlyyyyyyy.
Karen Clarkson talks balancing strength and femininity on FKA Twigs' shoulders.
Tunji Ige is quietly making hits at a state college in the middle of nowhere.
Jimmy Napes worked on huge records with Sam Smith, Disclosure, and Mary J. Blige. Now he's ready for his close-up
The NY artist serves up a striking mix of top-of-the-charts pop intuition and artful, giddy experimentation.
Chaz Bundick talks sample sources, Beyoncé and FKA Twigs, trap trends and what's in a name.
Watch a new explosive clip for Chinx's latest banger.
Plus read an interview with the Brooklyn producer who's come a long way since "Harlem Shake."
The legendary producer drops some serious knowledge on Aretha, Ginuwine, and what today's producers can learn from the past.
Our favorite shit on the web today.
…and it it doesn't sound anything like his footwork-y new EP.
Premiere: Download the massive followup to Ricky Eat Acid's Three Love Songs LP, and read Sam Ray's reflection on where he's at right now. _(┐「ε:)_♡
For this installment of our bi-weekly "non-committal book club," we hear from Sam Ray aka Ricky Eat Acid.
For this feature story, we spent two days in Philly with a DIY rock wunderkind.
Listen to Ricky Eat Acid's dreamy remix of Niia's "Generation Blue."
Unbeatable bedroom pop label marks their fourth anniversary and general on-fire-ness with a vinyl compilation and concert in NY on March 29th.
Burial, Air France and Drake walk into the bar. Orchid Tapes picks up the tab.
Ricky Eat Acid's FADER mix is like a wiki of indie pop or a menu where the cost of everything is “Buy Now—name your price.”
Maryland's soon-to-be man of 2014 throws the jungle breaks on Beat Culture's "Drifter."
Download three tracks of odd, melodic, cassette-warped ambient music from Sam Ray (Teen Suicide, Julia Brown, Starry Cat).