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Artist Pantheon: Music best served chilled

Electronic music has a particular connotation: It evokes images of neon-colored festivals, rambunctious bacchanals and nocturnal excitement. But electronic music is an expansive genre with many sounds and styles. Today, we travel deep into the realm of electronic music and fix our gaze past the chattering festivities — peering instead upon the easygoing, blasé sounds…

Preview: ‘Shelter’ Live Tour comes to San Francisco

On Aug. 12, electronic musicians Porter Robinson and Madeon released their long-awaited collaboration “Shelter” to critical acclaim. They announced soon after that they would be embarking on a worldwide tour in support of “Shelter:” the Shelter Live Tour. With 44 shows across three continents in five months, this ambitious undertaking was a well-received surprise. On…

Martin Garrix: 7 tracks, 7 days

Electronic musician Martin Garrix rose to prominence in 2013 with the release of the dance floor hit “Animals.” Recently crowned by DJ Mag’s Top 100 poll as the youngest-ever number one DJ in the world, Garrix, 20, has already had a prolific year, having released the melodic “Now That I’ve Found You,” the vociferous “Lions…