The Boston-bred duo of Eli Goldstein and Charles Levine have been holed up in studios in Florida and Los Angeles over the past few months laying down tracks for an EP with none other than the Godfather of Funk himself, George Clinton. Continue reading
If anyone knows the ins and outs of these new A/V visions turned reality, it’s Zebbler, who helped craft the famed Shpongletron and Lotus Flower for EOTO, Colin Thurmond, one of the minds behind the classical meets dance meets aerial acrobatics that is AcousticaElectronica, and Peter Brown of RISE. Continue reading
This year, as Together brings some of the most innovative forces in new music, it has also formed a budding program of contemporary art: designed as a visual experiment or prototype of the many possibilities that can ensue when genres and mediums, personalities and cultures, converge for a collective purpose. Continue reading
We are lucky to be in the greater Boston area, which, despite its many antiquated systems, has acted as an incubator and epicenter for EDM. The core of this movement is, of course, the people and crews whose passion and persistance drives the momentum forward. When the question arises about which crews have been instrumental in this early cultivation, Elements is, without a doubt, amongst the first to be mentioned. Continue reading
Spanning from ambient to dub to techno to industrial, there was a philosophy underlying all of the music that was gradually peeling back from the streets of Seattle, where grunge was pioneered and hardcore of all shapes and sizes had thrived.
The contemporary manifestation of Seattle’s ’90s rock scene lay before me.