Ray Philp talks to JD Twitch, Brainstorm and some of the dancers that made Pure one of the most exciting nights in Scottish clubbing history.
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David Katz says goodbye to the charismatic reggae and ska selector, dancing the night away at his final show last week in London.
Vuksa Velickovic tells the story of how, as war raged around them, one Serbian club became more and more wild.
Throughout the ’80s, Turin was Italy’s Sheffield, producing an astonishing number of DIY electronic groups. Louis Pattison explains why.
A selection of searing and uplifting highlights from the jazz imprint responsible for gems from Abdullah Ibrahim, Sathima Bea Benjamin and more.
Zaid Mudhaffer remembers one of soul music’s greatest voices.
Our resident cratedigger takes a trip to Hungary.
The R&B singer’s provocative video has set off a conversation about exploitation and misogyny in the music industry. Melissa Bradshaw explains why.
The Italian Studio 54 was not only one of the most glamorous clubs of the ’70s, it was also one of the most musically adventurous.
We track down the man who helped school the legendary disco producer in his early days.
Two exciting young producers – one from Detroit, one from London – talk about their creative process.
This Brazilian arranger can count Madlib and MF Doom as fans. So why did it take so long for him to gain wider recognition? Zaid Mudhaffer explains.
The birth of the original trap music – as told by the hip hop producer who invented it.
Dunn Johnson went to build a guitar and came back with a whole lot more than he expected.
Meet the new generation of R&B talent that Solange Knowles has collected on her label’s first compilation.
David Katz remembers the mercurial and majestic Skatalites member who helped lay the foundation for reggae and dancehall.
The versatile producer talks about his outstanding Ninja Tune album.
The Swedish producer talks Sam Cooke and how his new album could be the soundtrack to a strange carnival in Northern Sweden.
The Brooklyn producer details the incredible creative process of the Jamaican singer.
Phillip Mlynar revisits the ’90s hip hop style, and finds its origins run far deeper into the genre’s history than he first realized.