A Rust Belt iconoclast sounds off on what it really means to be a DJ
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Delicious disco requires the perfect blend of humor and seriousness - just ask Morgan!
The master of NJ house plumbs the depths of the genre… and himself
Fingers food: a reclusive drummer puts the deep in deep house
Listening sessions with the don of broken beat
From jungle to crack house, this rudeboy producer lives by the bass
The man behind PPP on growing up in Slum Village and getting militant on Dilla's beat machine
Politics of the business with North London's finest
The voice of UK future soul becomes one with the kick and the snare
Two Jamaican riddim twins get to the heart of reggae music
Our generation's Quincy Jones on The Roots' ever-changing sound and his neurotic nature
Wanna make a blunted hip hop beat in five minutes? Look no further.
Munich Machine: the day that punk, new wave, classical, and techno met
The man who brought the music back to minimal adds a personal touch to arpeggios and delay
A soul awakening: Motown's king of nasty on being a freaky romanticist
British techno stalwart keeps the soul in the machine
Aaliyah. JT. Foreigner. Hall & Oates. Big stories from a man who's produced them all.
How a Canadian house DJ got massive in the dancehall game
A journey into noise with Public Enemy's chief producer
The techno-pop professor makes the catchiest of dancefloor hits