We remember the man who created house music.
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The Brazilian curator and festival director speaks about the revolution happening within the country’s electronic music scene.
The producer discusses how making techno felt like “someone had shaken up this bottle for a few years and then the lid came off.”
We talk to the Norwegian artist about her unique approach to the human voice.
We explore the Sheffield night that served as an inspiration for Warp Records.
The original plastik technocrat on the couch
The importance of fresh socks and personal branding with a jock from Kalamazoo
One of America’s finest composers talks about Aphex Twin, Brian Eno and more.
The DFA and LCD Soundsystem mastermind runs through some of his favorite music
Todd L. Burns runs down some of the city’s most influential music spaces since the late ’60s.
Mark Reeder details his time producing Die Vision, one of East Berlin’s only state-sanctioned rock groups, in 1989.
Todd L. Burns profiles the man and label behind one of the most consistently engaging albums of the year.
The conceptual internet artist details his current Academy exhibition, Hyper Current Living.
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.
One of New York City’s most fascinating (and least heard) artists is the subject of a new album by DJ/Rupture.
From disco to hip hop: A music biz lifer tells tales from inside the industry.
An oral history of the seminal drum & bass night, featuring Goldie, Grooverider, Photek and more.
Thoughts on the myriad directions of UK music with the Keysound label chief.