Pantha du Prince
Hendrik Weber, aka Pantha du Prince, just released XI Versions Of Black Noise on Rough Trade last week. Weber, known for his heavily textured, shoegaze-inspired minimal techno under the Pantha moniker, handed over his original work from last year’s highly praised Black Noise to an impressive roster of artists for remixing duties. The likes of Moritz Von Oswald, Four Tet, Efdemin, Lawrence and Animal Collective take turns attempting to dismantle


Will Eastman’s forward-thinking dance party, Bliss, is back with special guests Christoph Andersson and Mr. Bonkerz with visuals by Kylos! U Street Music Hall Saturday, April 23 9:00 P.M. | $10 | Ages 18+ *Ages 18-20 entry by advance ticket only Directions | Purchase tickets | RSVP on Facebook


I’ve had lots of love for sampling of Hip-Hop and soul lately; producers like Star Slinger and Abel Mariam have had me stuck on an addictive repeat. Through browsing this developing Soultronic-type of subgenre, I stumbled upon synthhead Ryan Stewart from Springfield, Ohio who puts his soulful mixes behind the name of StewRat. Though some of Ryan’s tracks can be filed as instrumental, a majority of them excel the role


Todd Terje is back at it. Today, the Norwegian DJ and producer, well know for his clever edits, released Ragysh on Gerd Janson’s Running Back imprint. It’s been a minute since we’ve seen original music from Terje, but it appears to have been worth the wait. All three tracks (four on the digital release) hold their own, incorporating Terje’s spaced out take on Balearic and disco. The stand out for


I introduced you all to Homeboi, the young French-house producer from Germany, back in November with his debut EP Shrimps. With much anticipation since then, I’m now pleased to announce that he’s just released another gorgeous track that will melt your beat-sicle before you can tell what color it is. The track is Côte D’Azur which is named after the beautiful southeastern coastline of France so if this isn’t enough