The man who helped popularize hip hop and electro in the UK talks about his history in the dance scene.
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The Trouble & Bass label head and new-wave psychobilly on darkness, NYC and barfing cartoons.
The journalist who saw The Limelight’s highs and lows from the inside talks about the last golden age of NYC nightclubbing.
A lengthy chat about jazz, metal and improvisation with one of the scene’s most extraordinary guitarists.
We talk to one of the artists behind the whimsical custom-made T-shirts snapped up by just about every early hip hopper you’d care to name.
Talking laughter meditation with the Brian Eno collaborator and electric zither specialist.
A catch up with one of electronic music’s true greats.
From disco to hip hop: A music biz lifer tells tales from inside the industry.
We sit down with one of the UK’s most respected dub producers.
Thoughts on the myriad directions of UK music with the Keysound label chief.
Dubstep’s boy wonder talks about his recent move to house and techno.
The former TTC frontman explains Paris in the early and mid-’00s and its enormous impact on the beats scene.
James Brown and George Clinton’s trusted sideman remembers the glory years of soul and funk.
One of Sandwell District’s finest talks about his new album for Ostgut and DJing at NYC’s infamous Limelight club.
The mastermind of Low End Theory runs circles around the scene.
One of the first female DJs talks about her time at legendary New York nightclub The Saint.
We catch up with one-third of the team behind Hessle Audio.
We speak with the original Dr Buzzard, Kid Creole.
Clare Considine speaks with the London trio digging routes in South Africa.
The charismatic rapper dives into his Love love affair.