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Interview: Murder Dog’s Black Dog Bone on Hip Hop’s Most Successful Underground Magazine

The Sri Lankan founder of Murder Dog tells how a small Bay Area magazine became one of hip hop’s most influential reads.

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Crass’ Penny Rimbaud on graffiti, jazz and John Lennon

The legendary anarchist punk charts a course through his long career.

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Interview: Freddie Gibbs on Madlib, Young Jeezy and Gary, Indiana

The Midwest gangsta rapper talks about his career to date.

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Interview: The Range on the Juke/Footwork and Nu Metal Connection

The Rhode Island producer explains why Spinn & Rashad and Linkin Park might be more similar than you think.

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Interview: MssingNo Speaks for the First Time

The London-born, Leeds-educated producer reveals influences, production methods and more.

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Interview: Jorun Bombay on Updating Recordings of Hip Hop Parties from the Past

The Halifax DJ/producer talks about the painstaking process of updating recordings of New York hip hop parties from the late ’70s.

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Interview: Neneh Cherry on Punk, Jazz and Working With Four Tet

The street smart music icon talks about her unique upbringing, as well as her new Four Tet-produced solo album.

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Interview: Wen on Forgotten Female Grime MCs and Gothic Architecture

The Keysound producer reveals the influences behind his debut album.

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Interview: Def Jam Publicist Bill Adler on Run-DMC’s Lost Year and the Professor Griff Controversy

Chairman Mao goes in-depth with the hip hop historian.

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Interview: Japan’s Mouse On The Keys on Blending Philip Glass and Helmet

The genre-defying Japanese group on the 3/11 earthquake, their hardcore beginnings and working with Levon Vincent.

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Interview: Breeze Brewin on Prince Paul’s A Prince Among Thieves

One of the main characters from Paul’s magnum opus talks his role in the hip hop classic.

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James Poyser on working with The Roots, Common, Erykah and Kanye

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.

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Interview: Torn Hawk on parodying “toughness” and being vulnerable to a fault

Gabriel Szatan catches up with the Brooklyn producer and visual artist.

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Interview: The Cinematic Orchestra on “To Build A Home” and clearing samples

The Ninja Tune stalwart talks about the hockey goalie that helped inspire the track that will follow him until the end of his career.

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Interview: Andre Williams on “Shake a Tailfeather” and Detroit’s Golden Age

The R&B survivor and “Godfather of Rap” remembers the Motor City and his long, strange career.

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Interview: Marco Repetto on Grauzone’s “Eisbär” and Beyond

The Swiss post-punk outfit was a short-lived, but fruitful affair. Marco Repetto, who started the band in 1979, looks back.

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Interview: Paul Woolford on Special Request, Pirate Radio and Shut Up and Dance

The UK producer chats about his love of hardcore/jungle and the sheer self-indulgence of his Special Request project.

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Interview: Felix Kubin on the Virtues of Slowing Down and the Death of Love

A chat with the synthesizer wizard, Dada evangelist and Neue Deutsche Welle pioneer.

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Interview: Robert Crumb on the Death of Authentic Rural Music

We go to France to share some time with the legendary illustrator.

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Interview: Chico Dub on the next generation of Brazil producers

The Brazilian curator and festival director speaks about the revolution happening within the country’s electronic music scene.