Hayato Takahashi outlines the key players in one of Tokyo’s most consistent events.
Tagged as: dubstep
The 3024 and Ninja Tune DJ/producer takes over our magazine for the week, in advance of his new album.
Away from the dancefloor, Bristol has a huge group of experimental-minded musicians toiling away. We talk to three prominent practitioners in a roundtable discussion.
For the second edition of our web series chronicling Internet-based music, we examine the ever-changing bass/garage/dubstep continuum.
Red Bull Studios London spent some quality time with the Croydon-bred king of bass as he showed them around the old stomping grounds. Watch the first episode here.
The Hyperdub honcho plays the soundtrack to his life.
Mr. Kennedy about the impact of FWD, the importance of dubs & the interior of Hessle Audio
The UK's messenger of all things funky has got the KISS factor
Brainfeeder's funky Dutchman breaks down the “10 years of dedication” theory
Rolling in the deep: grime time with the leader of the Boy Better Know pack
Wot do you call it?: Digital Mystikz' grown-up boy wonder refuses to label his bass excursions
This second-wave dubstepper and head of Apple Pips has discovered the rave spirit's hiding place
Diary of an afro wobbler
The voice of UK future soul becomes one with the kick and the snare
Philosophy of the dance: Hyperdub's mastermind recalls the early dubstep days in Croydon
The genre-bending electronic music auteur speaks on the day-to-day of his Planet Mu imprint
Croydon's enfant terrible of heavy wobblin' on the impact of Fruity Loops and the Big Apple record store
Wind it up and let it go: Universal language with a man of many guises
Rinse FM's finest dissects the gene pool of grime