Interviews

Cory Enemy: “Getting back to being an electronic artist again, I intend to use all my pop knowledge to my advantage”

Cory Enemy: “Getting back to being an electronic artist again, I intend to use all my pop knowledge to my advantage”

Meet Cory Enemy, a crazy-haired Californian that makes awesome tunes, and sometimes gets confused for Flux Pavilion. He also mentored Dillon Francis, teaching him the ins and outs of producing (but that’s for another blog post). Cory is no newcomer to the scene, though. He was involved in it before electronic music really blew up in the US. Our story with Cory begins back in 2006, when he me... »

Dude Skywalker: ‘You never know what to expect from us, but we’re always going to keep the vibes’

Dude Skywalker: ‘You never know what to expect from us, but we’re always going to keep the vibes’

Dude Skywalker, comprised of three amigos Sam Plesset, Fabio Galarce and Alex Borges, abide to the rules of having a good time. Having just released their Soular System EP on Indie Shuffle last week, and having some serious shows under their belt (including a Boiler Room), the three seem to have a great journey ahead of them. . “Dude Skywalker kind of came about because we’re always chilling in an... »

Tchami: “My Music Is The Soundtrack Of The Deepest Moments Of Your Life.”

Tchami: “My Music Is The Soundtrack Of The Deepest Moments Of Your Life.”

I already said that the French do it best when it comes to making dance music, so I’m sure hearing another French artist is more than a welcoming concept to you. Parisian producer Tchami came out with his debut release on Fool’s Gold earlier this week. If he had to describe his music to the average listener, he’d describe it as “the soundtrack of the deepest moments of your... »

Eyes Everywhere Interview

Eyes Everywhere Interview

Meet Eyes Everywhere, a Buffalo-based production duo consisting of Kyle Tatum and Brian Doyle. Having met them while under their previous bass-heavy musical project HXLY, I was surprised to learn of the name change. “We got tired of the drama that comes in the drum’n’bass and dubstep scenes and felt like it was getting too generic since everyone was learning everything on Youtube... »

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