Refusing to give in to current EDM trends, Joel Zimmerman (aka deadmau5) crafts an inward-facing album of bare progressive house with "while (1<2)."
Dutch producer, Martyn, synthesizes his way into the minds and souls of listeners with his third full-length album, "The Air Between Words."
Geographer's tidal melodies push and pull and swirl, creating little worlds unto themselves.
You could say that the many historical instances of the name Tycho point to the musical artist of the same name.
With a sunny outlook and warm, lush melodies, Vacationer puts a bright and positive spin on electronic pop.
Lights, the nom de music of Valerie Poxleitner, is most often associated with the electronic-pop of artists like Owl City and Björk. But even with just an acoustic guitar, Lights still shines brightly.
Rusko's energy at the Pageant on Monday night was inescapable -- especially for him.
On its debut album "Give You the Ghost" Polica doesn't beat you over the head with catchy hooks and sing-along choruses. The Minneapolis band takes a more welcoming approach.
By definition, electronic artists combine sounds and styles. LA-based DJ MiMOSA, however, seems to be on a mission to challenge the very meaning of genre itself.
Overflowing with cheerful energy, KDHX DJ Kate constructs each episode of Beep Beep Boop Boop (every Wednesday night, 9-11 p.m. Central) with exceptional precision and the goal of sharing something unexpected with listeners.