Jamaal Jones, the North Dakota-born, Atlanta-raised artist best known as ELHAE, speaks from the heart, letting his life experiences define him and his music. ELHAE spoke with us about his sound, his live performances, and his legacy.
Producer Theo Kottis, one of electronica's rising stars, shares an exclusive playlist and talks to The 10,000 about the art of DJing, the effect of his hometown of Edinburgh, Scotland on his music, and his advice for up-and-coming acts.
Jesse James, Senior Editor at stupidDOPE, shares an exclusive playlist and talks to The 10,000 about music discoverability, how it inspires his creativity, and his love for live music.
MICK is a Brooklyn-based DJ and businessman known for his love of hip-hop and his ability to keep crowds moving everywhere from Las Vegas to the White House. Check out the exclusive playlist the new dad created for us in honor of Father's Day, plus read his advice for artists and entrepreneurs.
Check out our exclusive mix from Dimitri from Paris, a world-famous electronic deejay who harkens back to genres such as '70s funk and disco and '80s block party hip-hop to create a sound all his own.
Maestro Harrell is a Chicago-born DJ, producer, and actor currently living in Los Angeles. Check out the exclusive playlist Maestro created for us, plus read his take on success, staying hungry, and finding creativity in the world of EDM.
Ben Pearce, a DJ and music producer based in the UK, shares an exclusive playlist and talks to The 10,000 about the role of technology in music, genre perception, and his predictions for the future of EDM.
Our third exclusive mix is from OddKidOut, a 20-year-old beatmaker out of Philadephia. For his exclusive mix, DJ OddKidOut puts his signature hip-hop spin on nineteen original tracks that blend together hints of jazz, soul, funk and blues.
Our current member of In-Residence is known for crafting songs with raw, emotive lyrics over danceable, melancholy folk music, made from a combination of field recordings and techno, that pummels the heart rather than dances around it.
Master & Dynamic collaborated with friend and photographer James W. Mataitis Bailey to create field recordings of NYFW, capturing a less noticed aspect of the week's events.