Peter Rehberg talks about the origins of Mego and highlights some of its defining tracks.
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A look back at Eamonn Doyle’s D1, and their immeasurable contribution to the Irish capital’s techno history.
A look into the fascinating subculture of ambient sound loops, taken directly from sci-fi TV and movies like Blade Runner, Star Trek and Alien.
Paul Weller became one of the UK’s biggest pop stars with The Jam. What came next shocked everyone.
The Australian-based producer selects some of his favorites from the archive.
The finest moments from Barry White’s go-to arranger.
The strange and essential albums before Hancock’s smash record, Head Hunters.
Mark Jenkins on a show the likes of which we’ll likely never see again: A hardcore band’s protest concert in front of the White House.
Andy Thomas showcases some of the jazz label’s finest moments.
Now-Again’s Egon on the delicate process of unearthing records from a mostly forgotten Atlanta soul music hero.
The behind-the-scenes story of the baffling, semi-autobiographical, financial disaster of an album from an American original.
The techno producer talks for the first time about his seminal collaboration with Joey Beltram.
The Tokyorkshire producer provides a selection of favorites from the RBMA Radio archive.
The young Chicago hip hop duo talk about their post-drill sound.
A tribute to one of the longest running freeform radio shows in the United States.
We chart a course through the improvisational guitarist’s enormous discography.
Anthony Obst catches up with the affiliate-averse lyricist.
Red Bull Music Academy presents the Internet’s most relaxing website.
How it feels to be a fan of the mercurial R&B crooner.
Not gangsta. Not flashy. Bushwick’s underground hip hop scene was caught in the middle. Phillip Mlynar tells the story of Da Beatminerz, The Arsonists and more.