Everything is alive. Everything vibrates. Everything aims to please.Tags: Andrew Prieto, Deep Cuts, dub, electronic, France, julia losfelt, Paris, quiet storm ep, trip hop, Underground Sounds
Main man Tobias Jundt is transported from his familiar surroundings of Berlin to the tough streets of Shanghai.Tags: Berlin, Bonaparte, China, electronic, Into The Wild, Jonathon Lim, Joseph Johnson, monkeys, music, narrative, Shanghai, singer, Swiss, The Wild Magazine, video.
It’s getting cold. As we make the inevitable transition to winter, it becomes increasingly important to find sparkly and upbeat songs to provide a healthy dose of sunlight and summer nostalgia. Robotaki’s Raton Laveur EP […]Tags: electro, electronic, electronic music, free download, hey champ, Indie, Montreal, pop, preston chin, robotaki
Copenhagen-based musician, Anders TrentemÃ¸ller has garnered a lot of positive attention for his previous releases. Taking time in between albums, Lost is his third official release in the past seven years, the last being 2010â€™s […]Tags: album, Anders Trentemøller, Blonde Redhead, Copenhagen, Denmark, electronic, Ghost Society, instrumenal, Jana Hunter, Jonny Pierce, Joseph Johnson, Lost, Low, Marie Fisker, music, production, review, Scandinavia, The Drums, The Lower Dens, The Raveonettes, The Wild Magazine, Trentemoeller
Who:Â Phoebe Kiddo Where she was born:Â Australia Where she lives now: Berlin, Germany What she does:Â Makes electronic music What she has been up to lately: Shooting a music video, recording, getting fired. What […]Tags: electronic, electronic music, phoebe kiddo, The Wild Mag, The Wild Magazine, WILD PROFILES
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
Electronic music veteran, Moby is no stranger to pushing boundaries and challenging himself creatively: not only in music, but also in photography and writing. Although he never really repeated the smash-hit success of his 1999 […]Tags: A Case For Shame, abstract, Al Spx, Cold Specks, creative, director, dj, electronic, Innocents, Joseph Johnson, MOBY, music, music video, Producer, review, swimming pool, The Wild Magazine
Summer is finally here, and that means the summer jams are out in full force.Â Poolside or fireside, sun or sleep, twerking or thinking, day or night, weâ€™ve got you covered. Every week weâ€™ll pick […]Tags: ambient, anjunadeep, Bon Iver, Chris Malinchak, chrissy murderbot, chrome wolves, clubfeet, electronic, Electronica, french express, ghostly international, Indie, Jim-E Stack, jjamz, Kanye West, Kaputt, kulkid, lane 8, Lockah, mash-up, Michelle Chung, nate belasco, new theory, Panama, sfys, Sky Ferreira, songs for your summer, Summer, Tame Impala, The Wild Mag, The Wild Magazine, tycho
Despite the absolute sublimity of this EP, its reputation is about as elusive as its sound. It’s been streaming online for little more than three weeks, has had little more than 2,000 plays a track, […]Tags: electronic, Michelle Chung, music, nalepa, Team Supreme, the acid ep, The Wild Mag, The Wild Magazine
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.