Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin give us a rundown of some of the biggest tracks from their NYC shindig through the years.
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From 1978 to 1984, Brian Eno lived and worked in NYC. As celebrated music journalist Simon Reynolds writes, the music he helped create there has influenced generations.
Amidst all of the revivalism in pop music, one of the UK’s greatest bands of the ’80s remains largely left behind.
Anthony Obst profiles the weekly event that has become a meeting point for the Canadian’s city new generation of producers.
Academy grad Ghislain Poirier highlights all manner of bass.
Some of the recurring lessons and themes from our many mastering lectures at the Academy over the years.
A whirlwind tour of some (very) American, (very) disturbing music.
Don’t let the wigs confuse you: This Argentinean duo is serious about their Latin music mash-ups.
The Dutch selector and Academy grad is making waves in Amsterdam and beyond.
A deep dive into the discography of one of electronic music’s most idiosyncratic producers.
The records (and aliases) you need to know from the man known as Prurient and Vatican Shadow.
The celebrated electronic music pioneer talks about the genesis of his revolutionary composition.
The Toronto DJ/producer offers up a guide to one of his favourite genres.
Along with his HoodRich Production Group, this Atlanta producer is spearheading a new generation of Southern hip hop. David Turner explains.
One of New York City’s most fascinating (and least heard) artists is the subject of a new album by DJ/Rupture.
Melissa Bradshaw details how Jamaican music took hold in the UK – and eventually was transformed into something uniquely British.
Eglo’s hip hop act showcases some of their influences.
Richard King turns on, tunes in and... well, you know the rest.
The Singapore house DJ highlights her favourites from the RBMA Radio archives.
The New York inspiration behind one of the greatest house tracks ever made.