Ashley Zlatopolsky reunites the Motor City group to talk about their brief moment in the spotlight.
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Danny Masao Winston profiles some of the finest bespoke manufacturers of high-end audio equipment in Japan.
Tetsuro Yokegawa takes a look back at the Japanese legend’s essential late ’70s and early ’80s albums.
Grayson Haver Currin renews the quest to find out more about Japan’s mysterious psych rock group.
Jacob Arnold details how one of Chicago’s most celebrated DJs found his sound.
Nate Patrin explores the career – and enduring influence – of the Masked Marauder.
A new generation of rappers are emerging from Chicago. Max Bell profiles the up-and-coming talents that are contributing to the Windy City’s hip hop renaissance.
The unbelievable story of a disco kingpin responsible for breaking hits by Gino Soccio, A Number of Names, and Rod Stewart.
Outerspace bass dweller and RBMA New York 2013 grad Distal walks us through the atmosphere of some of his favorite tracks from his new album.
The Running Back boss selects some of his favorite Tony Humphries’ mixes.
From Mojo to Lisa Lisa: Ashley Zlatopolsky recounts the rich history of dance music radio in the Motor City.
The Detroit artist walks us through some of his most famous creations for UR, Planet E, and more.
One of Detroit techno’s distinctive visual artists talks about his beginnings with Derrick May and Jeff Mills.
Hayato Takahashi outlines the key players in one of Tokyo’s most consistent events.
The era of dubplates is gone. Matthew Bennett writes about its heyday, its demise and what we’re missing as a result.
How the storied dance group dealt with the death of disco.
A profile of Tokyo’s longest-running bass-oriented night and its tireless founder.
One of Japan’s most challenging and vital artists, in 15 records.
David Katz remembers the famed Jamaican percussionist.
The noise musician on his music gear (or lack thereof), writing novels, and experiencing the emptiness and absurdity of life.