Electronic

  • What’s New In Music This Week

    This Week: James Blake brings Enough Thunder; Future Islands' third album is solid; Bjork is weird and wonderful; Still Corners' dark lullabies.

  • Spotlight: CMJ Music Marathon

  • What’s New In Music This Week

  • Pygmalion Music Festival 2011 Lineup

  • James Blake: BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix

  • What’s New In Music This Week

    This Week: Megafaun's fourth album is for cloud-watching; Jens Lekman's charming little stories; Nurses' elastic freak folk is fun; Besnared Lakes release the score to web documentary Welcome To Pine Point; UK moody pop outfit Veronica Falls combine morbid thoughts with a preppy package.

  • FACT Mix #282: Jamie xx

  • What’s New In Music This Week

  • Spotlight: The Art of Found Footage

  • What’s New In Music This Week

  • What’s New In Music This Week

    This Week: Red Hot Chili Peppers drop album number ten; Balam Acab inspires ooos and ahhs; Lil Wayne takes a stab at The Throne; CSS' nu-rave sex punk; Zach Hill and Hella's ferocious math rock.

  • Bumbershoot Music Festival Lineup

  • Spotlight: Canada

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  • Music For: Headphones

  • Electric Zoo 2011 Lineup

  • Music For: Positive Vibes

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  • Music For: Getting Physical

    Get physical. And not like Olivia Newtown John. Here's a collection of potent albums, mixtapes, and tracks for you to run to, rep to, or you know, mentally move with, however you choose.

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  • Music For: Dreaming

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  • Meat Katie: Vibrate

  • Stereogum Presents Cruel Summer 2011

    Stereogum gives us a fantastic, two-volume mixtape, made just for summer. Featuring: The Weeknd, John Maus, YACHT, J Masics, Hooray For Earth, Cold Cave, Washed Out, and lots more.

  • Music For: Summer

  • What’s New In Music This Week

  • FACT Mix 250 – 2 Bad Mice

  • Derek Allen KOTJ Mix

  • Mixtape: Bombé & Mr. Caribbean “James Drake”

    Take R&B superstar Drake. Add electronic/dubstep/R&B wunderkind James Blake. Blend. What you get is a beautifully swirled half hour featuring the best of both artists in a killer mashmix: James Drake.