Music to Start the Week With #004

by: Diego Martínez

The time has come for us to reveal our music suggestions for the next 7 days and as always, it comes in ‘crescendo’ mode: we start with calmer tracks and end with some danceable beats […]

Tags: 212, Amor Fati, Amtrac, Azealia Banks, Benny Benassi, Caleb Cornett, Came Along, Diego Martinez, Diplo, Don't Fuck With My Money, Dream On, Ernest Greene, Florence And The Machine, Girls, Grace Jones, High Flying Birds, Honey Bunny, Is Tropical, Jay Shepheard, Kitsuné, La Vie En Rose, Major Lazer, MUSIC TO START THE WEEK WITH, Noel Gallagher, Oasis, Original Don, Penguin Prison, Remix, Shake It Out, Switch, The Greeks, The Wild Magazine, Washed Out, WILD PLAYLIST, Within and Without
Major Lazer


by: Diego Martínez

What do you do after you’ve sent half the world into a danceable frenzy for the past two years, paring up with everyone from M.I.A. to Nina Sky, La Roux, Santigold, Busy Signal and Prince […]

Tags: Amber Coffman, Busy Signal, Diego Martinez, Diplo, Dirty Projectors, Gee Jam Studios, Jahdan Blakkamoore, La Roux, M.I.A, Mad Decent, Major Lazer, Nina Sky, Original Don, Prince Zimboo, Santigold, Second LP, Switch, The Partysquad, The Wild Magazine, Tuff Gong, Vybz Kartel
Nicola Roberts


by: Diego Martínez

Though in America they are negatively perceived as cheesy and irrelevant, boy bands and girl groups, in Europe (but especially in Britain) are considered an institution. From the Beatles and Take That, to Bananarama and […]

Tags: Bananarama, Beat of My Drum, Beatles, boybands, Cheryl Cole, Cinderella's Eyes, Diego Martinez, Dimitri Tikovoi, Diplo, Dragonette, girl groups, Girls Aloud, Kimberley Walsh, Metronomy, Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts, Sarah Harding, Spice Girls, Take That, The Wild Magazine

The most Phallic video of the Year…

by: Giovanna Badilla

…(so far). via Pitchfork Our favorite South African group Die Antwoord never fails to entertain us. Check out their new video: “Evil Boy” produced by Diplo (who is also in the Video).

Tags: Die Antwoord, Diplo, Evil Boy, The Wild Magazine