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Back in the Day
Back in the Day

This In-Browser Winamp Emulator Will Take You Back to 1999

It really whips the llama’s ass.
Matthew Gault
2.8.18
musical genius
musical genius

This Music Played On Pencil Strokes Is Art

Listen closely, and you can hear notes in every stroke.
Samantha Cole
1.12.18
HOTY2017
HOTY2017

The DIY Music Tech Enthusiast Who Builds Custom Guitar Pedals

Jamie Stillman founded Earthquaker Devices to push the boundaries of music technology.
Ankita Rao
12.20.17
On Edge
On Edge

This Artist Is Using Drone Music to Help People With Anxiety and Depression

Kristel Jax's drone therapy combines personal stories about mental health and drone music.
Katie Jensen
12.8.17
It's a Feeling
It's a Feeling

How ‘Africa’ by Toto Became the Internet’s Favorite Song

Somehow, this cheesy, emotional tune, which turns 35 this year, inspires unironic, almost undivided adoration across the web.
Jessica Furseth
11.21.17
Music
Music

Magnetic Brain Stimulation Can Be Used to Alter How You Perceive Music

Basically, it’s possible to make people feel music more by exciting their brains with magnets.
Michael Byrne
11.21.17
cyberpunk
cyberpunk

Taylor Swift Is Cyberpunk Now

The music video for '...Ready For It?' is full of cyberpunk tropes.
Matthew Gault
10.27.17
things that are good
things that are good

I Hope the Last Song I Hear Is Played on the Otamatone

The Japanese instrument has taken YouTube by storm.
Louise Matsakis
9.8.17
sexy time
sexy time

Robots Gently Caressed Humans to Sexy Music to See if They Were Turned On

A soft stroke by a cold bot.
Samantha Cole
9.7.17
*Gazes into the distance*
*Gazes into the distance*

The Motherboard Guide to Logging Off

We'll see you on the other side of the long weekend.
Motherboard Staff
9.1.17
feels
feels

Songs Edited To Sound Like They’re Playing In Another Room Are Inexplicably Emotional

tfw you're puking in the bathroom while everyone else is partying.
Samantha Cole
8.25.17
astral planes
astral planes

Cloakroom, Earth's Most Futuristic Band, Explains How ‘Technology Is Chill’ Until It Isn’t

I talked to guitarist/vocalist Doyle Martin about tech anxiety, “Tetris,” and the esoteric themes behind the band’s new record, “Time Well.”
Brian Anderson
8.18.17