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The Unlikely Music Career of Linda Perhacs

The 70 year-old singer-songwriter talks about her path in music.

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In The Drift: A Beginner’s Guide To The UK’s Drone Underground

David Keenan chronicles some of the most important UK drone producers since the late ’70s.

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A Tribute to Big Chief Bo Dollis

Garth Cartwright pays tribute to the legacy of the Big Chief from The Wild Magnolias.

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Key Tracks: Kool & the Gang’s Ladies Night

Ronald Bell recalls the recording process behind the smash hit from Kool & the Gang.

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Forbidden Planet’s Idiosyncratic Cover Design

We take a look into the striking, dystopian visions from one of Canada’s most promising young labels.

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Starting From Scratch: Cornelius Cardew and the Orchestra as Insurgency

Robert Barry reflects on the legacy of Cornelius Cardew and the wild and unruly group he formed at the tail end of the ’60s.

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A Guide to Afrobeats

Ian McQuaid takes a deep dive into one of the hottest genres in UK dance music at the moment.

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Origin Stories: Tuxedomoon

The esteemed experimental group chart the beginnings of the group in San Francisco in the late ’70s.

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A Guide to New Classical

Ten electronic artists championing classical music and instrumentation in their work.

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Kodo Ejima: The Reggae Monk of Kyoto

David Katz profiles one of Japan’s biggest Jamaican music fans.

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Gentle Revolution: Bill Comeau, Avant Garde Records and Christian Psychedelia

David Keenan explores one of the great, unsung labels of the short-lived Christian psychedelia movement.

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Nightclubbing: Space Lab Yellow

Yuko Asanuma explains why this unassuming club became Japan’s most influential venue, as well as a beloved home-away-from-home for countless international DJs.

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10 Mixes: A Guide to Frankie Knuckles

Michaelangelo Matos provides a rough guide to the genius of the house pioneer in ten mixes.

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A Kick in the Kawaii: Inside the World of J-Core

Vivian Host explores a Japanese subculture taking adorable to the dark side.

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Key Tracks: Daryl Simmons on Babyface’s Tender Lover

Inside the definitive solo album of one of R&B’s biggest hitmakers.

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TSONYC: The Mutiny That Relocated the Philly Sound

Throughout the ’70s, MFSB defined the Philadelphia disco sound. In the late ’70s, however, key members of the group defected to New York and created another set of legendary tunes for Salsoul. Nate Patrin explains why.

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Rod Temperton: In Rod We Trust

A selection of top tunes from the vast discography of the Michael Jackson collaborator.

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Members of the House: The Greatest House Music Band That Never Happened

Ashley Zlatopolsky reunites the Motor City group to talk about their brief moment in the spotlight.

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Japanese Handcrafted Sound

Danny Masao Winston profiles some of the finest bespoke manufacturers of high-end audio equipment in Japan.

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The Artisan: The Inimitable Genius of Tatsuro Yamashita

Tetsuro Yokegawa takes a look back at the Japanese legend’s essential late ’70s and early ’80s albums.