The accomplished jazz pianist and longtime Gil Scott-Heron collaborator revisits a career dedicated to the conscious side of soul.
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David Katz profiles one of Japan’s biggest Jamaican music fans.
A chat with the man behind some of the heaviest music of the ’80s and ’90s.
In the early 1980s, the boogie sound was red hot. John Barera runs down some of the quintessential tracks of the day that have become favourites of DJs, musicians and fans alike.
If the Paradise Garage was a party, Better Days was a church. An oral history of one of the ’70s and ’80s most influential New York clubs.
Life after RBMA 2013: the trip-hop and blues inspired producer chats Bad Brains, self awareness and his new project.
See the highlights of last weekend's RBMA Sessions and Club Nights in Strasbourg.
David Keenan explores one of the great, unsung labels of the short-lived Christian psychedelia movement.
A deep dive into the wide-ranging solo career of one of Japan’s most fascinating musical figures.
Franz Treichler walks us through his extraordinary career with the Swiss industrial giants.
Julian Brimmers talks to the celebrated author about one of his biggest loves.
Yuko Asanuma explains why this unassuming club became Japan’s most influential venue, as well as a beloved home-away-from-home for countless international DJs.
Daniel Montesinos-Donaghy gets the lowdown on one of the more fascinating concept albums of the past year.
Michaelangelo Matos provides a rough guide to the genius of the house pioneer in ten mixes.
Go inside the monomaniacal world of Japanese hoarders that fill their homes with just one item of musical obsession.
These 35 tracks are a snapshot of the Tokyo sessions. Download and listen to the full release, all for free.
Download your application for the 2015 Red Bull Music Academy in Paris.
Michael A. Gonzales talks to the inventive, classically-trained keyboardist for some of the Isley’s most indelible hits.
Michaelangelo Matos details the seminal night that helped introduce dance music to Minnesota.
Vivian Host explores a Japanese subculture taking adorable to the dark side.