To celebrate the release of Thundercat's new album, we put together a 15 track celebration of all things Brainfeeder.
Let's just put it this way - it's a good thing Charlie Simpson didn't leave Fightstar to do this.
Strange U are one of the most fascinating names in hip-hop right now, and they took the time to share some of their weirdness with us.
After 4 years without any new material, The Physics House Band make their triumphant return to the world of ludicrous, funk post-rock.
15 years, dozens of releases, an incredible roster of artists, and some of the most progressive music in drum and bass history. Happy birthday, Critical Music.
Ryan Leith is stepping in this week to stick a middle finger up at Mr. Grey with his own special Playlist of the Week.
The Lemon Demon himself, Neil Cicierega, is back with the third and final album in the 'Mouth' trilogy.
Our old friend Trashbat is back for Single of the Week with a lovely drum and bass tune to soothe your Monday blues.
Half Waif coming in hot with another EP-shaped ball of bleeps and feelings for us to absorb.
The fourth instalment in no:carrier's electronic voyage into darkness is here, and it's a doozy.
After a short hiatus, mix of the month is back, and our latest guests are Portsmouth DnB duo Pointfour.
"Whoever said DnB can't be emotionally involving clearly hasn't heard of DRS"
"The adage of fear and ignorance breeding hate has never been truer, as Sydney trio PVT have addressed in their fifth album release."
Rising Irish singer/songwriter Áine Cahill took some time to chat with us.
2017 is starting to warm up, so here are the biggest music releases for this month.
Going to the same festival every year is a hard habit to break out of, so let us give you some incentive...
The impending arrival of Super Bowl 51 is just about the only piece of American news that isn't utterly rage inducing at the moment. If there's still a world left by the end of the week, we will all be able to vent our frustrating by…
If nothing else, Donald Trump's reprehensible ban, which bars people from seven majority Muslim nations from entering the US, has engendered some pretty creative protesting. So many different people from so many different walks of life have…
Kehlani’s musical career so far can be aptly described in two words - eventful and noteworthy. Letting go of her pop roots, the 21-year-old singer embraces RnB with open arms, letting the transition of the genre through the decades pop up…
Don't expect Trump to give us a new Golden Age of angry political ballads.