nicola noir

I'm not sure if the chills that ran up my back were from the howling wind that ripped across the playa, or the sound of Dikanda's voice piercing the night. We had been playing on the top of Joule an Idaho art car, that had just picked thirty of us up for a journey deep into the night, it was its maiden voyage and the sound system rose to the occasion. read more

KINKID podcast

Visiting KINKID in his hometown is a unique experience. I've been lucky enough to witness the wildest jam sessions happening at KINKID's living room studio at night, quite randomly, with a bunch of surfing friends equipped with bottles of booze dropping by around midnight during the week, the living room turning into a fuckin' spaceship. read more

ON A QUEST FOR LEGENDS podcast Just Emma

This week On A Quest For Legends we are pleased to bring you German DJ duo Just Emma. Since 2012, Saskia and Alex have built a name for themselves through their prodigious and consistent output of podcasts, original mixes, and frequent tours of Belgium, Poland, Switzerland and Germany. read more


Sisters Taraka and Nimai Larson are a creative force beyond comprehension. Their work ranges from art direction, modeling, design, production design, writing to music production. Their beauty is only a tiny part of the formula, as their storytelling and theatrical literacy far surpasses any boring modeling portfolio. read more


We caught Atish at a fascinating point in his career. When we sat down with him in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles, he hadn’t yet told his boss or his 11,000+ fans on Facebook that he was taking the leap and leaving his 9-to-5 gig as a programmer at Facebook, and allowing himself to dive fully into the world of producing and performing as an electronic music DJ full time. read more


Lunar Plane are an identical twin deep house duo from Istanbul by way of New York. Their sound palette is remarkably consistent: big bass lines, lots of stereo delayed percussion, and minimal use of vocal hooks or samples; a combo that leaves them relying heavily on groove and synths. read more