On the couch with the dancefloor dons.
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The Night Slugs boss on his passion for the dancefloor and un-human music
Face to face with the Daft Punk collaborator, swing king and secret godfather of UK garage.
The Company man comes clean on the couch.
New York’s supreme mastering engineer explains how he gets the best sound, hands down.
Stevie Wonder’s personal synth guru talks moogs, Margouleff and Muhammad Ali.
The record producer, sound conceptualist, futurist and artist extraordinaire on the Academy couch
The god MC discusses his legendary career on the Academy couch in New York
From Bronx creation to the Zulu Nation, the real roots of hip hop culture
The legendary producer and engineer behind hits from the likes of David Bowie, The Beatles and Elton John.
The instinctive and classically-inspired experimental pop goddess talks about her creative process
The pioneering disco kingpin recounts tales of tapes and 12"s
The Osiris of drone metal discusses twenty-minute songs, tube amps and Terry Riley
Brooklyn brass constructivism and the human need for mapping things
Radical chic(k): the poster girl of glam anarchy takes notes from geezers and Bengali gangs
Justin Smith the First: taming rappers' egos since '99
No bossa, no wave: connecting the dots with the man behind Lounge Lizards and DNA
A journey into noise with Public Enemy's chief producer
The boogaloo godfather tells of his transition from street thug to cherished icon of Nuyorican music
Capturing the formula of feeling good with NYC's boogie maste