Max Hirsch is a contributing author on Noiseporn, based in Washington, DC. Originally from the New York area, he has an events company, WAVES Live Music, which throws warehouse music and art shows between the two cities. His go-to genres are club music, hip-hop, R&B, house, and deep or melodic techno.
NYC-based future soul artist Josh Jacobson returns to the spotlight with “Tethered,” an emotionally charged track that features instrumentals rarely heard in electronic music. I can still remember the first … Read More
Remember when Snakehips was making tasteful electronic R&B instead of synth-heavy pop future bass, and Disclosure had soulful samples in their house records? Well, if you miss those days the … Read More
Every now and then an artist releases an accurate representation of their authentic feelings, but even more infrequently does it manifest in an easily digestible format that can resonate with … Read More