Video: Camera Obscura “If Looks Could Kill”

Indie-pop has taken many forms over the years, but rarely are bands as consistent as Camera Obscura. The Glasgow-based band has released over 10 records, with incessant touring across the earth at eve…

Radio Jazz

Two styles of music relatively obscure in your average record store, but alive and kicking online, are the flourishing nu-jazz and broken beat genres. Nu-jazz encompasses pretty much anything in the &…

DJ Food & DK Ready New Mix

It’s been six years since DJ Food and DK launched the highly sought-after Solid Steel series with Now Listen. The duo perpetuated such mega-hip-hop mash stylings by propelling a Solid Steel radi…

Justine D Releases Mix CD

The ’90s were a strange period for music. There was (of course) grunge, which stiffened the rise of innovative punk and indie rock bands from Earth to Sebadoh from coast to coast, but a goth-wav…

Stones Throw and Parra Event

Stones Throw clearly hasn’t gotten its fill of parties. Though the 2007 onslaught of SXSW/Miami madness is less than a week old in the music scene’s collective memory, the L.A.-based hip-h…

The Week In Tours

South by Southwest and Miami’s Winter Music conference have wrapped, so touring pheromones are in the air. Fortunately, a clutch of killer bands will soon be trekking across the country to free …

Now Playing at Peepshow: Ricky Adam

Ricky Adam is a non-conformist photographer. Born and raised in Bangor, Ireland, Adam’s Urbanite is a collection of photos showing people in different spots around the globe moving through citie…

Puzzleweasel Preps New Album

Hailing from Aarhus, Denmark, 22-year-old Peter Dahlgren (a.k.a. Puzzleweasel) is a ball of metallic fire. Canada’s Sublight imprint is cooking up a mass of releases this summer, and Dahlgren&rs…

Jesse Rose Announces Tour

At age 28, Berlin-based producer and DJ Jesse Rose has already established himself as a staple in the ever-blossoming house scene. His slow-building, bass-heavy, and minimally melodic tech-house has b…

Flying Lotus Signs to Warp

When the name “Flying Lotus” is conjured verbally, visions of completely cliché ‘90s rave imagery (neon lights, the ecstasy, and oh, god, the accessories) arises within us all…

Pon Di Wire: A Reggae News Flash!

U.S.-based reggae labels are once again heating up. In the 1980s, labels like Nighthawk–home to The Itals, The Gladiators, etc.–and Shanachie–with artists like Augustus Pablo and Cul…

Motor Preps New Album

The word “dark” gets thrown around as loosely as “deep,” and “lush,” and we’re sick of it. When a truly dark act like Motor comes around, what term do you aff…

Sage Francis Announces Summer Tour

Since the boom of philosophic, politically conscious rap in the late ‘90s, many members of the hip-hop intelligetsia have gone in different directions. With Anticon. MC Sole moving on to product…

Stephan Bodzin Releases Album

German producer Stephan Bodzin is ready to destroy every single club in the world with his first full-length Liebe Ist, out this spring on his own Herzblut label. Bodzin spent years composing pieces f…

Video: Adult. "I Feel Worse When I'm with You"

For more than seven years, the couple Nicola Kuperus and Adam Lee Miller has created electro-punk that’s fueled a generation of disorderly clubgoers from coast to coast. On it’s fourth ful…

New At INCITE Online, March 27

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XLR8R's April Issue On Sale

XLR8R gets ready for spring with our April issue (#106), featuring post-everything instrumentalists Battles, whose debut full-length Mirrors drops May 15 on Warp. Cranking out equally perplexing rhyth…

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