Stuart Matthewman and producer Robin Millar reflect on Sade’s timeless debut album.
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The two UK producers are starting a new label with a new sound. Angus Finlayson profiles the burgeoning movement they’re calling Weightless.
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The Plastics, Melon, and Major Force man on his multi-faceted career.
The Russell brothers speak about their relationship in life and music.
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
Matthew Bennett talks to The Ragga Twins, Shut Up & Dance, Wookie and more about the heyday of sound-system culture in East London.
Laurent Fintoni profiles the crew of producers centred around Mo Kolours and Paul White making some of the most exciting beat music of the past few years.
The God of Hellfire: Arthur Brown chronicles his blazing path through the history of psych rock’s most infernal chapters.
The UK soundsystem pioneer, remembered by David Katz.
The first comprehensive interview with grime’s up-and-coming MC talent.
A walk on the dark side of the Balearics with disco's greatest provocateur
Matt Jam Lamont and Creed remember the Ministry of Sound afterparty that launched UK garage.
Magnetic tales about Croydon, record stores, the right bass treatment & hiding behind screens
Her Majesty's favorite soul man: the Soul II Soul mastermind's odyssey from tea boy to stardom
The UK's messenger of all things funky has got the KISS factor
Spreading good times, 40 years and counting
Metalheadz' one man powerhouse keeps searching for the rebellious state of England