Words and photos by Noé Loyola
In the bustling artistic summer of Montreal resides Mutek, an electronic music festival committed to pushing forward innovation, as well as to increasing the presence of female artists in the field. With performances that were contemplative, lively, and everything in between, the festival set itself apart with its commitment to undeniable quality.
Photos by Noé Loyola
On her recent 2018 release IRISIRI, Eartheater's Alexandra Drewchin interlaces folk-acoustic instrumentation with analog electronica to create a truly unique experimental dance album. Below are impressions from her Seattle show with support of Bloom Offering and Tengu Yawn.
Photos and words by Noé Loyola
Every year, the unassuming Nicola Valley area hosts Bass Coast, a mid sized electronic music festival that welcomes all of its visitors with warmth. With live music that makes your body vibrate, enchanting art installations and an audience that is equal parts ridiculous and respectful, Bass Coast captured the heart of T&E contributor Noé Loyola in its 2018 edition.
Written by Ronny Kerr
Daft Punk's fourth studio album, Random Access Memories, seemed to have it all. It was ambitious in scope, inspiring in perspective, and momentous in evolving the definition of electronic dance music. Completely unlike anything Daft Punk had ever produced, it was patently a Daft Punk production. But with the album now five years old, one little question still deserves an answer: if this is a tribute to disco, where are the women?
Supported by LA-based beatmaker and Brainfeeder labelmate Daedelus, the experimental English producer Lapalux has been touring a handful of U.S. cities. Here are impressions of their show at the New Parish in Oakland on Wednesday, April 25.