Hudson Mohawke is biting his tongue. Not literally, although it’d be difficult to tell via the phone through which he’s speaking as he runs errands in London, the place he’s called home since 2011.
1. Birdman feat The Clipse 'What Happened To That Boy’ (produced by The Neptunes)
“That was a big influence in terms of making beats out of weird, random sounds. How can this be a pop song?”
Glasgow label, club night and DJ crew, Numbers, kick off their 10th birthday celebrations this Friday (29th Nov) in New York with a warehouse party, run in conjunction with NYC’s Rinsed Crew.
There are many reasons to love Miami, and when it comes to electronic dance music, we’re sure to count Danny Daze among them. The Miami native has been serving up eclectic beats on vinyl since he was tall enough to see over a pair of decks, launching his DJ career at the ripe young age of 13 (weddings, of course), and going on to become one of the most internationally in-demand DJ/producers in the underground game. To this day, both his sets and productions are defined by a genre-bending ability that remains largely unmatched.
Master of futuristic electronic sounds Rustie is back with a new album. Last time with 'Glass Swords' he changed the game, and his new one 'Green Language', featuring Detroit MC Danny Brown, grime maverick D Double E and electronic cohort Redinho, is set to make an equally large splash.