One irony in the recent resurgence of hip-hop dance songs and neon ravers is that in the late '80s, critics often decried such easy-to-make club music as computer-driven and devoid of musicianship. Today, artists can and do make throwback tracks on iPhones and laptops, making the originals seem like outright symphonies—which is why a triborough trio has dusted off its 808s to make nu-electro music not from software,... More >>>