The New York City Ballet and street artist JR have paired up for an exciting melding of art and dance, but is the collaboration as cohesive as the choreography?Tags: anna furman, dance, JR, New York City ballet, street art, the WILD
THE CAVE is making their debut.Â Their press release poses the question, “If aÂ caveÂ was found preservingÂ thoseÂ physical andÂ psychological human conditions,Â whichÂ have stayed constant throughout time, what wouldÂ itÂ lookÂ like?Â […]Tags: Brooklyn, carl jung, dance, Hillary Sproul, music, performance art, the cave, the red book
Paris burned and now it’s gone virtual with Clara Cullen’s arcade style Voguing experience from NOWNESS. Choose your House, choose your Voguer, choose your winner Â and watch these bitches battle till the end in […]Tags: ballroom battle, Clara Cullen, dance, drag, Nowness, Paris is Burning, Street Fighter, the WILD, video., voguing
Pretty much everyone has either seen, heard, or done their own version and then got bored of Baauerâ€™s â€œHarlem Shake.â€ Sadly, the rather catchy song was destroyed for many by a rather annoying internet meme, […]Tags: Baauer, Brooklyn, dance, electronic, Harlem Shake, Higher, Hip-Hop, India, internet, Jay-Z, Joseph Johnson, Just Blaze, meme, music, Nabil, Philly, The Wild Magazine, trap, video., violence
After the dramatics of the heavily house-influenced track, â€œWhen a Fire Starts to Burn,â€ Disclosure are back with another video. This time itâ€™s for â€œF For You,â€ from their debut album Latch, which hit the […]Tags: bass, dance, Disclosure, electronic, F For You, Joseph Johnson, music, producers, review, Settle, The Wild Magazine, UK, video.
If youâ€™re a famously reclusive artist like Zomby, you need to find more inventive methods of gaining notoriety than being tactically featured in salacious stories in tabloid newspapers, or snapped on blogs wearing the â€œitâ€ […]Tags: black & white, dance, drum & bass, electronic, elusive, Joseph Johnson, music, New York, reclusive, religion, review, Shakespeare, The Wild Magazine, UK, video., With Love, Zomby
It is arguable that music videos had started to become a little tired and formulaic until a couple of years ago. However, with YouTubeâ€™s dominance, there has been a noticeable shift and more attention is […]Tags: A-Trak, Australian, Canadian, dance, dj, dominoes, electronic, Joseph Johnson, kinetic art, Kinetic King, music, OK Go, Producer, Rude Goldberg, Ryan Staake, The Wild Magazine, Tim Fort, Tommy Trash, Tuna Melt, video.
Fickle weather in a frightening world has been the story of the last month or so. But alas, we move onward for another edition of Sounds in the Clouds where we’ve pieced together our favorite […]Tags: AlunaGeorge, Âme, Atomic Kitten, Azealia Banks, Baauer, Beyonce, Blaine Skrainka, Bondax, Caina Peso, Chris Malinchak, Clean Bandit, Coco O, dance, Dave Invisible, Dirty Projectors, Drake, Duke Dumont, Electronica, Erykah Badu, House, Jessie Ware, Joe Goddard, Kaytranda, Laura Mvula, Marius Hörsturz, MNEK, Mount Kimbie, Naughty Boy, Polkadot, Prince, Rainy Milo, Rihanna, Rudimental, Sam Smith, Secaina Hudson, Sinead Harnett, Skream, Snakeships, soundcloud, Sounds in the Clouds, Teedra Moses, The Wild Magazine, Thundercat, Touch Sensitive, Treehome95, UK
During a time of political transition for same-sex marriage and pervasive homophobia in athletics, French duo LOGO have made a strong statement in their latest track “Cardiocleptomania.” The clip was directed by Alice Moitié and […]Tags: Alice Moitié, dance, Electronica, gay, homophobia, Issac Perez Solano, Joseph Schiano Di Lombo, LGBT, LOGO, music, Neils Schenider, Politics, Social Commentary, Virgile Texier
Basement Jaxx are officially back. The British electronic music duo were heavy hitters in the late nineties/early noughties, but they’ve been a little quiet since releasing their studio album, Scars, in 2009. The video for […]Tags: Animals, Basement Jaxx, colour, dance, electronic, Flowers, fresh, Joseph Johnson, music, patterns, review, The Wild Magazine, UK, vibrant, video., vivid