A Rust Belt iconoclast sounds off on what it really means to be a DJ
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The legendary man behind the Moog goes deep inside the circuits.
Florence and the machines: how an Italian electro rebel helped shape house and techno
Delicious disco requires the perfect blend of humor and seriousness - just ask Morgan!
The Little Brother emcee tells of their rise to internet fame and the deceptiveness of that buzz.
On the art of taking your bedroom band around the world
Don't write a check your ass can't cash: words of wisdom from a true American pop hero
Surreal theatre: The crooked paths of Cabaret Voltaire's mastermind
Steady on the grind: Nottz knows how to make beats pay your rent
Fairytales from Ubiquity's Danish dynamite
Breaking down gaslight anthems with a beloved Jersey export.
The groundbreaking jazz/funk production family breaks down their backcatalog.
Exposing beauty and creativity within the limitations of strict logical systems
Inside the mindstate of De La Soul’s Plug Three
Capo, Cam, Santana, and Zekey aka Harlem's Dipset tell us how they realised 'Diplomatic Immunity'
Excursions into the 808 state of mind with a true pioneer of European house
Pull up your sleeves: fine art and indie dynamics with Output's man in charge
The master of NJ house plumbs the depths of the genre… and himself
A crash course in riddimology
To sue or not to sue: discussing sampling law with Jurassic 5's rhythmic backbone