Every week XLR8R TV goes behind the scenes with the musicians, artists and scenes covered in the pages of XLR8R.
Scottie B's favorite spots for keepin' it real in B-more.
Gettin' lifted in the Mile High City with Alex B.
Amish women serving ribs, broken-bottle mosaics, and bullshit sessions. Oh Philly.
Kranky's synth jammers point their revolvers towards the kosmische.
The Brooklyn wonder duo says it's all about fun and sampling.
DJ /Rupture and Matt Shadetek's Dutty Artz label, blog and parties are indisputably ground zero for New York's exploding global bass scene. Here, we speak with Shadetek and longtime collaborator...
We tested the Mad Decent DJ's Canadian pop cred — and we got schooled.
Food carts owned by rock stars, rollerskating and a video arcade bar. It must be Portland.
The resourceful Brooklyn duo makes a song from warped rip-off-artist cassettes.
"Where's that spit bucket?"
Producer and label founder Barclay Crenshaw (a.k.a. Claude VonStroke) takes a ride though Dirtybird history.
Cheap lunch, good coffee, music, parks, and kittens. We love Minneapolis.
Two distinct LA flavors that taste great together!
After a series of frustrating setbacks, Annie finally releases her much anticipated second album, Don't Stop.
The duo's new mini-album and live show are a collaborative acid trip, UK-style!
Four of our favorite musicians in four of our favorite cities show off their local watering holes.
Processing drums and guitar using Ableton Live's audio effects racks.
Montreal's Duchess Says is known for personality-driven live shows, less so for early morning breakfast conversation.
House and techno alchemists Pezzner and Lusine turn found Seattle sounds into an eerie ambient track in the course of five hours.