Sheffield, U.K.-based XLR8R contributor Shaun Bloodworth recently visited Los Angeles to document the scene's many beatmakers with his camera. The project, a self-funded collaboration between Bloodworth and Art Director Stuart Hammersley of GiveUpArt, entitled L.A Dope, "is the first part of what is hoped to be a wider document of electronic artists," says Bloodworth.
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The Canyons duo, who recently ushered in their release of The Fire Eyes 12" with a sold-out performance on the Hudson River this past Thursday at the DFA boat party, will crash one more soiree tonight in New York City before heading out west for a Californian tour. And guess what? Read more »
When it comes to the Hammer of the Gods, everybody wants to steal a little thunder. I'm talking about turning the iPhone/iPod Touch into a portable drum machine, a market originated by Intua's BeatMaker and now entered by IK Multimedia with the debut of the GrooveMaker modules. Read more »
One of dubstep's most influential producers, Digital Mystikz's Mala, doesn't give interviews often, but the people at Scion managed to sit him down with DJ Skeet Skeet for talk about dubstep culture, his influences, and the "energy of bringing people together." Watch the full clip below!
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London-based photographers Tim and Barry have been providing the U.K.'s underground with some of its finest images for some time now. They recently launched Tim and Barry TV, where every Friday at 4:20 PM GMT (funny, right?) the pair turns its attention to moving pictures, and airs its live, on-the-spot videos of some of our favorite new singers and MCs. Read more »
Martyn, both Holland's and Washington, DC's purveyor of all things blappable, released his most recent contribution to dubstep a few months back, a XLR8R staff pick called Great Lengths. Just yesterday on Flying Lotus' Brainfeeder website, the L.A.-based label posted up a new mix from the versatile producer and DJ. Read more »
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