Techno

Royksopp continue to unearth buried treasure in their Lost Tapes series with "Andromeda." 7 years is an eternity in Pop Culture, where it seems impossible to keep track of what happened 7 days ago, in a rapidly accelerating culture (...)
Is Orck the new Oi? ‘Cause Gesaffelstein just brought techno and punk together in a way that hasn’t been touched since Steve Aoki put Refused’s “New Noise” as the opening track to his Pillowface and His Airplane Chronicles debut album (...)
Underworld return with "Tree and Two Chairs," an epic trancy house journey, as they approach the end of their Drift series! So much of the best moments of dance music happen behind-the-scenes and off-radar. Some of the (...)
Last fall the iconic UK electronic duo The Chemical Brothers announced their ninth studio album, No Geography. This week Got to Keep On was unveiled to the world complete with a music video directed by siblings Michel and Olivier Gondry.
Wrong Way is like one of those rollercoaster rides where you’ve been lulled into a false sense of security and forgot completely that there even was the world’s biggest free-fall right around the corner. And then it happens… It drops.
Maybe the main reason I love Bassnectar so much is that his music goes all across the map. With his new single, Was Will Be, we get the very special ethereal space bass Bassnectar. Love him or hate him, but it’s these kind of songs that make him the most interesting man in dance music.
Mayday is the work of a confident artist who knows how to make music better than most of 'em and couldn’t give two shits about success or failure. No two songs are alike, and they all could be massive singles in their own respective niches of dance music. Hints of hiphop, techno, acid, pop, garage, jackin, there isn’t a corner of dance music that this man isn’t afraid to touch.
We don’t normally post EDM cuts as BEST NEW SONGS, but when we make an exception, it’s for a song as good as Boys Noize’s new single, Overthrow.
Los Angeles duo Bixel Boys teamed up with Amsterdam’s Poupon to produce Ain't Your Girl. The song is a fantastic mixture of Bixel Boy’s violent house trances and Poupon’s gloss and gloom style of electronica. The video is even better.
Starcadian grew to prominence with a brilliant music video, and he's up to his old tricks again with his latest video, Dance or Die. The song's title is taken quite literally in this hilariously dark video.