The members of End of the World dive into their beginnings, how they reinvented their creative process from their work as SEKAI NO OWARI, future aspirations, and more.
In this installment of In the Loop, we walk through how to recreate the grooves in The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights,” SZA’s “Good Days,” and Cardi B’s “Up.”
Oliver sat down with us to discuss how he constructs loops, his latest sample pack, the drums in Doja Cat’s “Say So,” and more.
We recreate the iconic bassline from Dua Lipa’s “Don’t Start Now” using nothing but Astra, Splice’s new synthesizer.
GRAMMY-nominated producer Sleep Deez (BTS, Eric Bellinger) reflects on his musical journey and discusses the importance of connecting with fans.
Producers KanielTheOne and Murphy Kid give us an inside look into how Chris Brown and Young Thug’s viral “Go Crazy” came together.
Up-and-coming producer Xavi gives us an inside look into how he produced the beat for Ariana Grande’s chart-topping single, “34+35.”
Veteran producer and composer Phil Greiss tells us about the stories behind three particularly notable releases he has worked on across his career.
Three producers tell us about how they became involved with the world of hyperpop, how they craft their sounds, the future of the genre, and more.