Twenty-five years old today, David Bowie’s Earthling embodies multifaceted, sometimes contradictory currents of 1990s pop culture, including industrial metal and drum ‘n’ bass.
Jungle’s political stance on Living in Stereo is a call for love, and as the title of the LP suggests, this takes more than one to accomplish. Let’s dance!
Squarepusher’s debut album, Feed Me Weird Things, gets a welcome reissue from Warp Records. “Bass guitar over electronic music” is his center—the mantra he has kept returning to for 25 years.
Days four and five of the Sziget Festival saw some great shows with Macklemore leading the way, big crowds, and an even bigger drug bust.
Is Rudimental's "These Days" the next great summer jam or is it just treacly sentimentality? Our writers debate...
"[Scratch is] like this jester and he's joking around and people discount him, almost like he's a clown but he's actually speaking these deep truths in jokes."