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  • Interview Series: Naji.  Creative. Artist. Instrumentalist. Vocalist. Producer. However you choose to describe Kenyatta Naji Adamson, one thing remains undeniably clear: This guy will not be stopped in his quest to leave a lasting impact on the (music) world. Hailing…

  • Interview Series: Spire.  Western Australia native Max Baines a.k.a. spire has, along with the rest of the Soda Island crew, helped to inspire a genuine cultural movement. He finds himself among those leading the next generation of uber-talented, SoundCloud-based artists…

  • Interview Series: 3lo.  Meet 3lo. Aptly named, 3lo is in fact a trio of producers: namely, John Adams, Tobi Korede, and Mikal Mancini. The latter hails from Orlando while the others are from Atlanta – all have musical backgrounds and…

  • Interview Series: Woodes. In an era of over-produced and underwhelming autotune hits, Elle Graham AKA Woodes stands out as a breath of fresh air. The Melbourne-based singer/songwriter/producer has been consistently pushing avant-garde, beautiful tunes over the course of the past year,…

  • Interview Series: Canon Danzer. Canon Danzer is re-inventing electronic trap music as we know it, and people are starting to take notice. Blending a fusion of melodic, rhythmic patterns and syncopathic, glitchy and stuttering madness, his sound is unlike quite anything…

  • Interview Series: Uth Fruit. Axel Courtes AKA uth fruit is among a recent [see: yet another] wave of French artists pushing the game forward and promulgating innovation with their every move. Uth does this in both his solo work, as well…

  • Interview Series: Floyd. Atlanta native Floyd is the future. And the future is now. Affiliated with awesome collectives “Keyworld” and “Secret Stash,” this rapper and producer is absolutely taking over in 2016, and is starting to collaborate with some of…