O Moby Μιλά για τη Ζωή του στη Νέα Υόρκη των 90's
Ένα από τα σύμβολα της σύγχρονης μουσικής σκηνής μιλά για την τρυφερή, την πορεία του από τη φτώχεια και την αποξένωση, στην αναπάντεχη επιτυχία.
THUMP Music Videos
Eats Everything - The Duster ft. Green Velvet (Official Music Video)
Bristolian producer Eats Everything and Chicago's own Green Velvet have teamed up to give you a delightfully awkward video for "The Duster."
C2C: The Italian New Wave
In the last five years, Italy’s electronic music scene has been sprouting with new artists whose constant efforts have challenged the music world with new ideas.
The Best and Worst Things About Electronic Music Today
Sometimes you have to take a step back from the pulsing lights and pounding subs of the club and evaluate what this is really all about.
Wolf + Lamb and Soul Clap
Wolf + Lamb and Soul Clap gleefully and goofily shoot the shit beside a pool, relating how they first caught the rave bug—spoiler: acid was involved.
Before You Go On: Pete Tong
We asked Pete Tong every question we could think of right before he went on stage.
Guilty Pleasures from The BPM Festival
Some of our favorite DJs like Gorgon City, Kidnap Kid, Todd Edwards, Amtrac, and No Regular Play dish out their 'not-so-guilty' tracks they like to play.
Meet The Era: A Chicago Footwork Documentary
Meet The Era is a short documentary that shows Chicago footwork from a footworker's perspective.
British Columbia: PK Sound
In the final episode of SUB.Culture British Columbia, THUMP talks to the mad scientists behind PK Sound. Then, we talk to the mover and shakers about the future of electronic music and why the aftershocks from this west coast bass hub will be felt fo
British Columbia: Shambhala Music Festival
In the mountains of southeastern British Columbia sits Nelson, the home of Shambhala Music Festival—the beating heart of Canada’s bass music scene.
British Columbia: Vancouver's Bass Music Roots
In part 1 of SUB.Culture British Columbia, THUMP explores the history of bass music in Vancouver and how it has exploded over the past few years.
Hands Up! How Baltimore Weathers The Storm
We went to Baltimore to find out how local club DJs and producers are responding to Freddie Gray's death with music.