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Issued unseen in 1996, Kris Kross' third and final album is their swan song and a practically unheard hip hop jewel. 'Young, Rich & Dangerous' found the duo matured by fame, their emcee skills (and Jermaine Dupri's production) decidedly heightened.
In the beautiful, multi-tiered Beacon Theater, Above & Beyond delivered on a magical and spellbinding evening that proved they are more than just a DJ act.
After reigning the tropical house game for two years with a steady stream of remixes and singles, Kygo delivers all the feels on his aptly-titled euphoric debut LP, Cloud Nine. The blissed-out dance record, which features collaborations with the ...
We shoot pics of Kaskade, Hot Since 82, David Guetta, Afrojack, Eric Prydz, Green Velet, Ferry Corsten and many more.
On a chilly day at Citi Field, highlights include Kaskade, Jauz, Alison Wonderland, Don Diablo and more.
Day 1 is in the books from EDC New York and we recap 10 highlights from the day.
Cinco de Mayo, free booze and SZA equals a good time.
ANOHNI, formerly known as Antony Hegarty of the chamber pop group Antony & The Johnsons, fuses elements of dance floor-ready pop with conventions of protest music on Hopelessness, her debut album under new moniker. With help from avant-electronica ...
Thom Yorke walks a lot on this video.
The LP features the likes of Craig David, Anderson .Paak, Little Dragon, AlunaGeorge and Vic Mensa.
Tourist's debut album is worthy of high praise.
A beautiful surprise from James Blake.
Summer, summer, summer.
Brian Eno just released The Ship, his latest full-length solo album on Warp. Apparently, the LP grew out of the legendary producer's fascination with World War I and the sinking of the so-called "unsinkable" Titanic. It plays like a pastiche, ...
LA rapper Dak shares his life experiences on his upcoming 2016 EP, '2 Face.'