Local DJ David Sporn, host of Monday Mashup on VCU's WVCW, has had an interesting few years.
RVA artist Anousheh continues to push the boundaries of her sound with a new electro-pop single off a yet-to-be-released EP.
We're big fans of former-RVA electronic artist Negative Gemini and you probably should be too.
In the last fifteen years, there are few acts out there who have played more shows, headlined more festivals, and put out more records than the instrumental jam band called Sound Tribe Sector
Don’t look the other way, we all have a tendency to drop our shoulders along with a beat from time to time and local producer Guram Dzhulakidze i
RVAMag president and DJ/Producer John Reinhold stopped by VCU's student radio station a few weeks back and spoke with Monday Mashup's David Sporn.
Has anyone accurately described AWOLNATION's sound?
Tapped as a ‘2013 Artist To Watch’ by the likes of MTV, Billboard and VIBE, Robert Delong has been generating a strong buzz with “Global Concepts,” the first sin
Let it be known that 2014-15 will be the year of never-ending-awesome-80's-synth tributes and RVA has its own electro project to keep up with the trend.
After more than ten years of global touring, seven solo albums on labels such as Pretty Lights Music, Old Tacoma Records, Hefty, 1320, and Mush, Eliot Lipp's status as an electronic music pioneer is known to scene experts and weekend warriors alike.
Richmond based electronic artist Jeremy Belcher, better known by the name F1NG3RS, recently released his first EP via Bandcamp.
Mystery Skulls is the stage name of indie pop/electronica artist Luis Dubuc. Hailing from Dallas, TX, Dubuc has been performing since 2003, when he was the drummer for a metalcore band called Thirty Called Arson. After performing with them for awhile, Dubuc began to experiment with electronic sounds in his free time.
Electronic music fans should definitely be sitting up and taking notice--this very weekend, San Francisco's Phutureprimitive will be rolling through RVA, and you could go see him for free courtesy of your pals at RVA Mag!
Horror is the most vital genre in film history.
Unbeknownst to the average American EDM admirer, Australia has made for itself a strong presence in the genre. Sure, everyone's aware of Flume and the stamp he's placed on the scene at large, but there are more hidden gems to be found from the continent down-under, if one should decide to conduct a little research. Thomas Purcell, a Sydney-based producer who performs under the name Wave Racer, is one of those gems, although he may not stay hidden from the mainstream music world for long.
Dillon Francis first made a name for himself by pioneering the Moombahton movement, and being the first such artist to achieve a number one spot on the Beatport chart.
Audio Ammo is back in RVA and they're set to take over the Broadberry Wednesday night during BROPOCALYPSE.
Skrillex and friends are coming to RVA's Browns Isle next Monday thanks to the good folks at Steez Promotions and it's sure to me a hot, sweaty, sticky mess at 130 BPMs.