The noise popper explains how the Teenage Engineering portable music workstation has changed his songwriting process.
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The 2013 Academy grad explains his “computer-assisted interactive system for tonal navigation in real time.”
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The revered blogger reveals the one 12-inch he’d want to pluck from a raging inferno.
The Tri Angle producer talks about the Beach Boys album he would save from the flames.
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Jeff Siegel muses on his love of two Spanish-language acts that he may never quite fully understand.
Our friends at Red Bull Panamérika hip us to the new sound of the Caracas underground.
In an excerpt from his new book, Lloyd Bradley explains how the legendary street party got its start.
The New Jersey legend explains the tragic inspiration behind his first house record.
Our resident cratedigger examines the legacy of an extraordinary drummer.
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David Katz untangles how the innovative drumming style came to rule the Jamiacian charts during the mid-’70s.
The story behind the influential mid-'90s video that mixed NYC's vibrant hip hop and skateboarding scenes.
An introduction to the Zappa-inspired, classically-tinged, dubstep drama of the 2013 Red Bull Music Academy alum.
How a Philly assist led to one of the most successful UK R&B hits of the ’80s.