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London-based DJ SBTRKT released his sophomore album, "Wonder Where We Land," in early October. SBTRKT’s strand of electronic music is far removed from the bombastic hits of American DJs, with a far more atmospheric and nuanced sound, better heard in an intimate setting than at a large music festival.
(Courtesy of Dan Wilton)

There’s something about the British Isles that consistently produces musical greatness; it is inherent to the country, its people and its culture. Popular culture has been defined by bands and artists from the UK; they have consistently created new genres and musical subcultures – from the Beatles’ psychedelic rock in the ’60s all the way through to the explosion of dubstep and drum ‘n’ bass in the late 1990s and early 2000s. More »

British band alt-J returns to Los Angeles for the second time to promote their second album "This is All Yours." (Courtesy of Gabriel Green)

There’s something about the British Isles that consistently produces musical greatness; it is inherent to the country, its people and its culture. Popular culture has been defined by bands and artists from the UK; they have consistently created new genres and musical subcultures – from the Beatles’ psychedelic rock in the ’60s all the way through to the explosion of dubstep and drum ‘n’ bass in the late 1990s and early 2000s. More »

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