Over the last decade, we’ve seen a huge proliferation in talented EDM artists making waves in the scene. Among these artists is a new generation of females that are breaking barriers and shattering preconceptions about what makes a music producer. One producer in particular — known as JVNA — has really made a name for herself in recent years.
The mystery surrounding the prolific EDM vocalist Nevve has reached critical mass. Fans everywhere have noticed her distinct vocals and appearance on some of the most popular EDM songs of the last few years. When seeking Nevve out over social media, however, they are frequently met with profiles empty of content and vague theories on forums. So, who is Nevve?
Kekai Wachi, better known as Kai Wachi, is a dubstep and trap producer from Boise, Idaho. On May 31st, 2019 he released a new album titled DEMIGOD through the Kannibalen record label, of which he’s been a long time member. DEMIGOD is a showcase of Kai Wachi’s versatility and unique sound design encapsulated in the raucous, more aggressive sounds of EDM.
Every once in a while we need to take a step back and look at how far we’ve come in terms of the steady progression towards equality in all its forms. Since its rise in popularity in the early ’90s, modern electronic music production has been a male-dominated art with females mostly contributing to vocals in a somewhat passive manner. The last decade, however, has seen a massive rise in female producers who are completely shattering all preconceptions of the producer stereotype. Women are not only rising up in the EDM space, but they are completely changing the scene and pushing fresh new sounds through the airwaves with stellar live performances too. Below I’ve listed a handful of the most notable female producers who have quickly risen into the spotlight and are taking full control of their artistic destinies.
In 2018 I challenged myself as a music fan to really think about which albums I thought were the best of the best. Ranked from favorite to most favorite, below is a list of EDM albums that I felt demonstrated true artistry and left me listening to them on repeat. Read more
Winter is in full swing, the holidays are over, and a new year has begun. What better way to enter the cold, dark weeks ahead than to immerse yourself in the hellish heat of SWARM’s newest EP, This Is The End. Brandon Carroll, the mind behind SWARM, has a track record of uber dark mid-tempo productions set in nightmarish sonic environments. This Is The End represents a culmination of his dark vision into a cinematic and thematic body of work. Read more