Todd L. Burns profiles the man and label behind one of the most consistently engaging albums of the year.
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An oral history of the legendary Berlin techno club’s beginnings.
The producer of David Bowie’s Berlin masterpiece on recording while the Red Army is watching... literally.
We speak with the man behind one of the most intriguing and adventurous record labels of the year.
Check some photo highlights from the trio's performance at the Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi.
The original plastik technocrat on the couch
Welcome to the teaches of Peaches
The producer's producer breaks down the psychology of simply recording great music, with plenty of anecdotes to boot.
Jazzanova's spokesman on the rise of nu jazz and grannies smuggling Public Enemy
Treading on the Detroit-Kingston-Berlin axis
How the head of Karaoke Kalk shook off his indie roots for a life of rave
Rinsin' out Radiohead: bridging the gap with two dope boys from Berlin
Magic and mathematics with Balihu's disco professor
Innervisions' main man on the evolution of Berlin nightlife
The man who brought the music back to minimal adds a personal touch to arpeggios and delay
Brighton to Berlin: Matt Edwards in conversation with Gerd Janson
Handle With Care: From the city of Kraftwerk to working at Hardwax
Depeche Mode. David Bowie. Iggy Pop. Tangerine Dream. Nina Hagen. These are but a small helping from all the virtuoso artists that have recorded at Berlin's Hansa Tonstudios. Here's the full story...
Berlin-by-way-of-Dublin based producer Mano Le Tough talks about his upcoming release on Buzzin' Fly and his showcase at the Academy's World Tour stop in Berlin.