Before its official release on Friday.
It’s the title track from her new EP due out February.
With new album EVENIFUDONTBELIEVE, the electronic producer has created a secular gospel.
Like a Glaswegian Beyoncé.
The L.A.-based artist reveals the inspiration behind each of the six songs on her new release.
The British duo’s third album Foam Island is a nuanced portrait of life in the north of England under the rule of a Conservative government.
The Warp Records duo parody media-stoked paranoia about immigration in clip for “Pin Secure.”
His first “release” will be an installation at London’s Institute of Contemporary Art.
The Warp-signed, Soweto-based producer explains in his own words how the rapid-fire music was born.
The UK duo’s newest creation is as thoughtful and cathartic as ever.
The Skrillex favorite doesn’t disappoint with first single, “Rayc Fire 2.”