The genre-defying Japanese group on the 3/11 earthquake, their hardcore beginnings and working with Levon Vincent.
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One of the main characters from Paul’s magnum opus talks his role in the hip hop classic.
From The Roots, D’Angelo and Common to Erykah and Kanye. Highlights from RBMA Radio’s recent chat with the Philly producer legend, Soulquarian, and keys virtuoso.
Gabriel Szatan catches up with the Brooklyn producer and visual artist.
The Ninja Tune stalwart talks about the hockey goalie that helped inspire the track that will follow him until the end of his career.
The R&B survivor and “Godfather of Rap” remembers the Motor City and his long, strange career.
The Swiss post-punk outfit was a short-lived, but fruitful affair. Marco Repetto, who started the band in 1979, looks back.
The UK producer chats about his love of hardcore/jungle and the sheer self-indulgence of his Special Request project.
A chat with the synthesizer wizard, Dada evangelist and Neue Deutsche Welle pioneer.
We go to France to share some time with the legendary illustrator.
The Brazilian curator and festival director speaks about the revolution happening within the country’s electronic music scene.
The producer discusses how making techno felt like “someone had shaken up this bottle for a few years and then the lid came off.”
We talk to the Norwegian artist about her unique approach to the human voice.
The electro and hip hop pioneer reveals some wild stories from his unpredictable career.
We catch up with the NYC-based painter and rapper in advance of his second mixtape.
The noted comic book artist talks about depicting some of the genre’s most important moments, frame by frame.
Aaron Gonsher quizzes the Swedish hypnotist about his new album for Kompakt.
We talk to one-half of the party crew that has documented the enormous impact that G.I. discos had on German pop culture throughout the ’80s (and beyond).
Interpretive dance, the art of simplicity and dressing up like Bow Wow Wow’s Annabella Lwin: FKA Twigs reveals some of the inspirations behind her work.
The San Francisco duo talk about their high-profile collaborators and the tracks too weird for good kid, m.A.A.d city.