The minimal techno pioneer breaks down the many guises he’s taken on through his lengthy career.
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The German producer explains how John Cage and his studies in Vienna have contributed to his house and techno productions.
A journey to the roots of house music
'88 'til InFiné: A pianist explores the space where classical, experimental, and the dancefloor meet
Tackling the boundaries of jazz and house from both sides of the spectrum
Trials and tribulations of a former trance wunderkind
Brainfeeder's funky Dutchman breaks down the “10 years of dedication” theory
What Björk's favourite producer duo does with the sound of vacuum-cleaned body fat
90 minutes of quality couch time with house music's greatest enigma
Rinsin' out Radiohead: bridging the gap with two dope boys from Berlin
Expert talk on pasta, sexy comedies and techno's social utopia
Dancing in the waiting room: from warm-up to peak-time with Paris' bustling DJ/producer
Treading on the Detroit-Kingston-Berlin axis
Learning from Underground Resistance: raving DIY-style in The Hague
Excursions into the 808 state of mind with a true pioneer of Euro house
Re-thinking rave with Kompakt's founding father
Doctor's orders: what Miami Vice has done for the career of Prescription's head honcho
Debating on the politics of dancing with Dial's main figurehead
Mayday's former assistant revisits the evolution of Detroit techno
Why the great wanderer of Cologne house stays away from 'laptop live gig persons'