The legendary hip hop, soul and R&B engineer reveals some of the tricks of his trade.
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The versatile composer details the influential characters that helped define his artistic outlook.
The RBMA alumni talks about the challenges of soundtracking a series about iconic tunes.
Check out photo highlights from our month in New York City.
Watch all eight episodes of our series on iconic New York City anthems and the drum machines that underpinned them.
Two radio personalities that changed the hip hop game
Raekwon, Ghostface Killah and Cappadonna sit down to discuss the making of 'Only Built 4 Cuban Linx'
Chris Stein on the uncool drum machine that birthed a classic.
The techno producer talks for the first time about his seminal collaboration with Joey Beltram.
The post-riot grrrl group’s Johanna Fateman reveals the pop and punk instincts that went into their masterpiece.
Producers John Robie and Arthur Baker explain the six-month process that went into making an electro anthem.
New York dance music history with a man who was there every step of the way
Anthrax’s Charlie Benante replays a thrash metal classic, and watches as Ninja Tune producer Lee Bannon transforms it into something new entirely.
The origin story behind one of the most sampled tunes in hip hop history.
Suicide’s Martin Rev and Ghostly International’s Xeno and Oaklander meet to discuss and reimagine the proto-punk anthem.
The keyboard player for the Peech Boys breaks down the Paradise Garage anthem in the debut episode of our new video series.
The man who rocked the planet rushes through his catalogue
An eight-part series that looks at iconic New York City anthems and the drum machines that underpinned them.
Peter Shapiro explains why the beloved Paradise Garage DJ is still held in such high esteem, more than two decades after his untimely passing.
We remember the man who created house music.