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Andy Thomas profiles the many corners of the jazz label.
We talk screen printing with the respected hypnotic techno producer.
Jered Stuffco explains how an ambiguous album cover helped launch an R&B singer’s career.
Hip hop historian Bill Adler remembers the rap boycott of the 1989 Grammy Awards.
The noise trio talk about why they adhere so strongly to a DIY philosophy.
Living and playing with one of the true geniuses of the 20th century, Marshall Allen talks about what it took to follow – and take over from – the one and only Sun Ra.
Jeff Mills, Lisa Orlando, and Terrence Parker talk about the influential Motor City DJ.
With yet another single emerging from the New Orleans rapper, Paul Thompson looks back at some of his finest moments (so far).
One of the last remaining systems built by legendary sound designer Richard Long resides in Coney Island.
Kat Leinhart profiles the two musicians behind the project.
Ian Lynam reflects on the legacy of the punk and post-punk era designer of countless iconic album covers.
A guide to the Icelandic artist’s musical career.
The 70 year-old singer-songwriter talks about her path in music.
David Keenan chronicles some of the most important UK drone producers since the late ’70s.
Garth Cartwright pays tribute to the legacy of the Big Chief from The Wild Magnolias.
Ronald Bell recalls the recording process behind the smash hit from Kool & the Gang.
We take a look into the striking, dystopian visions from one of Canada’s most promising young labels.
Robert Barry reflects on the legacy of Cornelius Cardew and the wild and unruly group he formed at the tail end of the ’60s.
Ian McQuaid takes a deep dive into one of the hottest genres in UK dance music at the moment.