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Mayer Hawthorne and 14KT talk Ghettotech, Beat Wave, and being Jaded…Inc [Interview]

I heard Mayer Hawthorne’s music before I actually saw him. Like most, I was slightly taken aback when I found that this seemingly insipid white guy from Ann Arbor, MI. was belting soul as rich as that. Even after the release of his debut album, A Strange Arrangement, on the ever infamous…

Life after “Animals”: Martin Garrix at Coachella [Interview]

There are many things Martin Garrix and myself share at age 17. We both put our pants on one leg at a time in the morning, pondering what the day holds in store. We quaff our hair in similar ways, both like music, and both even attend Coachella! Except while…

SXSW 2014: Different Sleep on having knowledge of the business end young and finally being able to get into your own shows [Interview]

  When speaking with Chicago based electronic producer and DJ Different Sleep I was instantly struck by just how advanced and business savvy he is for his age and am pretty sure that my jaw dropped when I found out that he is signed to the well-known Friends of Friends…

SXSW 2014: Steve Lynn from iHeartComix on getting out of the office and badge-less events for the masses [Interview]

LA based company IHEARTCOMIX was as they say very “on their A-Game” at SXSW this year and had one of the best promotional tactics that I saw at the festival. It was so simple and yet so effective, just like the Facebook page and automatically RSVP for all IHEARTCOMIX official events…

Catching up with Max Cooper [Interview]

With an astonishing 28 releases under his belt, London-based Max Cooper is on the verge of releasing his first full length LP, Human, and from what we have heard so far, it’s set to be an absolute masterpiece. His take on electronic music is something to be marveled at. Each track takes…

A Conversation With Joel Baker

We sat down with the singer to discuss his humble beginnings, influences, faith and London life.

Breakfast with the Misfit

We spoke to up-and-coming London rapper Shadez over some breakfast.

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Earmilk Interview: Gramatik

When I think of Digital Freedom, only a few names come to mind. One in particular is Slovenian producer Gramatik. I first got hooked on Gramatik with his “Beatz & Pieces” album during the summer of 2011. This was when he was playing an Electric Zoo set at 11 AM…

Earmilk Interview: Keys n Krates

Keys n Krates are quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with. They recently wrapped up their first BBC Radio 1 mini mix, dropped their super hot Lucid Dreams EP and remixed the likes of everything from Kanye West to Zedd. Call them a triple threat because Adam Tune,…

Earmilk Interview: Basscrooks [Interview + Exclusive Mix]

In 2010, Elliot Oveson and Akbar Mohabbat joined forces to create Basscrooks. This multi-talented duo fuses its roots in hip-hop, house music and turntablism with a bold bass-heavy, electronic flavor. They have graced stages alongside acts like Crizzly, Nervo, King Fantastic, Krewella, Secret Panda Society, Talib Kweli and Manufactured…

Earmilk Interview: Zeds Dead

Hailing from Toronto, bass aficionados Zack (a.k.a. Hooks) and Dylan  (DC), known better together as Zeds Dead have made a name for themselves over the past few years. They linked up back in 2005 and in the summer of 2007, they released a hip hop album entitled Fresh Beetz. Then 2009…

Earmilk Interview: Armin van Buuren [+ Tour Preview]

Here at Earmilk, we get some unbelievable opportunities. This year, on New Year’s Eve, we were lucky enough to sit down with the number one DJ in the world as voted by DJ Magazine, Armin van Buuren, to talk anything and everything atop othe picturesque Dream Downtown Hotel, overlooking…

Zombie Nation – RGB [Stream + Interview]

Far from being a one hit wonder, Zombie Nation has been fleshing out a consistent catalogue of masterpieces to sit alongside his hooligan howler “Kernkraft 400″. When his wormy melodies aren’t being echoed across soccer stadiums worldwide his crafted hits from albums like Zombielicious and his latest collaboration with Turbo honcho…

Seven Lions – Days To Come [EP Review + Interview]

West Coast native Jeff Montalvo more widely recognized by his EDM moniker, Seven Lions, is breaking genre rules and defying boundaries these days. While primarily labeled a dubstep producer, Jeff doesn’t consider himself confined to just dubstep, and is simultaneously pursuing other genres. His main concern lies in experimentation and finding…

LOUDPVCK [Interview & Exclusive]

By now I am sure you are all familiar with a little movement called trap infiltrating the dance music scene. Today I present you with 2 forerunners of the movement, Kenny Beats and Ryan Marks. The duo LOUDPVCK (pronounced Loudpack) work collectively from two different coasts, L.A and NY,…