Album Review: Kai Wachi – ‘DEMIGOD’

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.

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5 Best EDM Albums of 2018

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

Review: SWARM – This Is The End (EP)

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

Music Video: ‘Happier (ft. Bastille)’ – Marshmello

Marshmello is on a roll this month! Two weeks ago he released a video for ‘Flashback’, a song off his 2018 album Joytime II. Just last week he released a video for another Joytime II track, ‘Stars’. Today he released a video for the popular single featuring singer-songwriter Bastille titled, ‘Happier’.

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Live Show Review: Virtual Self – Utopia Tour

By now, many electronic music fans are probably aware of Porter Robinson’s latest project, Virtual Self. After shattering the foundation of EDM with the ‘Worlds’ tour, Porter Robinson is taking us further into his digital imaginings with his Virtual Self ‘Utopia’ tour. Virtual Self is a nostalgia-filled take on early 2000’s rave and Dance Dance Revolution music. He released a self-titled EP for Virtual Self at the end of November 2017. Porter Robinson continues with Japanese-style themes and animation that featured so prominently in ‘Worlds’.

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