The Last Poets’ Jalal Nuriddin reflects on the impact – both good and bad – of his influential 1973 album.
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Check out some of the highlights from the very first Bass Camp Montreal.
From Justin Timberlake to Brandy, Zaid Mudhaffer highlights some of the finest moments from a career full of hits.
Nothing is true; everything is permitted: S.H. Fernando Jr. leads a guided tour through the voluminous discography of the renowned bassist and producer.
One from the archives: This chat with the Detroit techno legend is the first-ever lecture at the Red Bull Music Academy.
Our month-long festival includes D’Angelo, Panda Bear, Napalm Death and Hudson Mohawke.
Derek Opperman travels to Arizona to uncover how one remix subscription service turned the industry on its head in the ’80s.
A favorite of Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood and classical composer Olivier Messiaen, Andy Battaglia explains the origins and appeal of the ahead-of-its-time electronic instrument.
The original “culture jammers” talk about the track that made them (in)famous.
An oral history of the New York space that launched the careers of Larry Tee, Antony Hegarty of Antony and the Johnsons, RuPaul and Lady Bunny.
The genre-defying Japanese group on the 3/11 earthquake, their hardcore beginnings and working with Levon Vincent.
A guide to the career of this week’s guest curator thus far.
The revered house and techno DJ/producer is taking over our website for a week.
The Beatles, Nico Muhly and ska feature in our round-up of some of the best pieces from the past month.
We’ve just put more than 11 days and 22 hours of music knowledge live.
Check some photo highlights from last week's RBMA Bass Camp San Francisco.
Check out unused footage from our film about the creative process.
One of the main characters from Paul’s magnum opus talks his role in the hip hop classic.
Sam Hockley-Smith is bewitched by the delicate ambient drones of the young Maryland producer.
Alfred Soto reflects on the discography of the gay English synth pop vocalist.