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The electronic music pioneer explains his unique live set-up.
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The Sri Lankan founder of Murder Dog tells how a small Bay Area magazine became one of hip hop’s most influential reads.
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The Beastie Boys’ go-to studio engineer recalls the making of a crossover hit.
A visit with the world’s foremost authority on the music of crickets.
The synth guru talks about his fateful first encounter with the Motown legend.
Exclusive photos from the RBMA Radio Pop-Up Studio and Red Bull Guest House.
The legendary anarchist punk charts a course through his long career.
We remember the man who created house music.
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The Midwest gangsta rapper talks about his career to date.
Rod Smith provides an overview of the influential indie that helped introduce a generation of Americans to industrial music.
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The minimal techno pioneer breaks down the many guises he’s taken on through his lengthy career.
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DJ Premier outlines how the classic lineup of the legendary hip hop group came to be.
The London-born, Leeds-educated producer reveals influences, production methods and more.