"Sable Valley Summer Vol. 2" ranges from dreamy to devastating across its 15 tracks.
RL Grime and Baauer took over HARD Summer as HÆRNY after releasing their first collaboration together in nearly eight years.
"Fallaway" is a departure for the trap music vets, but that doesn't make it any less groundbreaking.
A new website developed for the project features a scannable QR code with a custom Instagram AI filter.
ISOxo once again demonstrates his appreciation for dark trap sonics, this time in a solo capacity.
The trap and future bass superstar will return to the Strip in a few familiar places.
Take a trip back in time with photos from the childhoods and early electronic careers of Alison Wonderland, Flume, RL Grime and more.
Stop in for The Heat Check, a monthly go-to list for the hottest and most incendiary tracks to emerge from the bass, dubstep and freeform scenes.
Mija, Chris Lorenzo, Malaa, What So Not, and many more will also perform at Austin's Travis County Expo Center.
The LeBron James and Bugs Bunny-led trailer featured music from RL Grime's 2014 album "VOID."
The massive collaboration dropped on RL Grime's Sable Valley imprint.
DJ Snake and Malaa will also go B2B at the fest's grand return, which will also feature REZZ, JOYRYDE, Dillon Francis, Kaytranada, and many more.
A trap music vet is colliding with one of the genre's most promising artists.
The song will be RL Grime's first official release since his fall 2020 collaboration with Whethan, "Outta Here."
"Core" has been reimagined with this raw and raucous flip.
The electrifying mix was paired with a dazzling live visual spectacle featuring zombies, hellbent robots, and bizarre monsters.
Who knows what kind of trap and bass mayhem RL Grime is about to unload.
T-Pain and RL Grime could be in a mansion in Wiscansin right now.
"It’s getting in a spaceship and leaving Earth off this electronic rainbow," Whethan told EDM.com of the album.
RL Grime is making Halloween a monthlong affair.
It's almost that time of year.
The compilation features tracks from Whethan, Holly, Knock2, and more.