This latest release from Flying Lotus, "You're Dead!" pushes genre bending to its extremes. Although centered around the hip-hop structure, the album incorporates jazz, experimental electronic music and even some orchestral sounds. The album is intensely thematic, with every melody, harmony, rhythm, timbre and lyric focused on death in a playful and mocking tone.
Creating a sound that is often described as boisterous yet melancholy, Brooklyn, New York's Small Black constructs on a rich antiquity of synth pop to produce modern music.
Wakarusa brings out the best in people -- bands love it, campers love it -- everyone is having a grand ole' time.
It is rather unexpected that Sylvan Esso, the result of a synthesis between one member of psych-rockers Megafaun and one from Vermont folk group Mountain Man, would be so groovy, so wobbly and so electric.
Swedish (at least that's our presumption) artist Luha has decided to keep her identity something of a mystery. It's a fitting strategy for the ambient, dream-pop sound of the single "Lullaby," which seems to come from everywhere and nowhere at once.
As co-founder of punkish electronic group Brazilian Girls, Sabina is no stranger to catchy provocations. But the jazzy, droll (and of course highly danceable) new track "Viva L'Amour" finds fresh ways to challenge and seduce listeners
The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts kicked off its Reset week of events with a presentation by artist David Scanavino, creator of "Candy Crush," an installation exhibit covering the floor and wall of the gallery.