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Nightclubbing: San Francisco’s Trocadero Transfer

The story of legendary disco DJ Bobby Viteritti and the club that made him famous.

interview

Interview: Truss & Tessela, Brothers in Electronic Music

The Russell brothers speak about their relationship in life and music.

tv

Trailer: Diggin’ in the Carts

A new documentary series exploring the secret history of Japanese video game music.

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Interview: Lee Gamble and His Approach to Sound

Approaching music as space and projection: London’s electronic experimentalist deciphers his sonic hallucinations and dehumanized sounds.

opinion

Okmalumkoolkat, The South African Kool Keith

Laurent Fintoni details how the rapper’s new collaboration with Cid Rim and RBMA grad The Clonious came to be.

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Gallery: Notting Hill Carnival 2014

Highlights from our rainy day in London with Basement Jaxx, Mixpak Sound System, and more.

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Interview: Deadbeat on Dub, Space, and the Joy of 133 BPM

The Canadian dub techno maestro chats about his craft.

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Interview: The Bug on Bashment, Dub, and Sonic Warfare

Ninja Tune’s sound system devotee takes us through the ups and downs of his career.

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Interview: Archie Shepp on John Coltrane, the Blues and More

Phil Freeman talks to the legendary jazz man about his work.

tv

Layered Memories: Searching For Sound With Yosi Horikawa

Check out the new film featuring the 2011 Academy grad.

opinion

The Rise And Fall Of East London’s Sound-Systems

Matthew Bennett talks to The Ragga Twins, Shut Up & Dance, Wookie and more about the heyday of sound-system culture in East London.

interview

Pat Metheny on Collabs with Wes Montgomery, Jaco Pastorius and More

The pioneering guitarist and composer walks us through his long and winding career.

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Event Guide: Red Bull Music Academy Tokyo 2014

A comprehensive guide to our month-long series of Japan-inspired concerts, club nights and talks that blend music, art and culture.

opinion

How Montreal Became Disco’s Second City

Will Straw examines why the Canadian metropolis was such a hotbed for disco during the ’60s and ’70s.

interview

Interview: Rich Panciera, AKA Lloop, on Illbient

The We™ member talks about the New York scene in the ’90s.

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Interview: Matt E. Silver on Illbient, NYC Nightlife and the Biggest Bong in the World

Laurent Fintoni chats with the outspoken promoter about the ’90s in New York.

opinion

Detuning the City: An Oral History of Illbient

For a brief moment in the ’90s, anything seemed possible. Artists, musicians and designers in New York City were creating together, and a new genre – eventually dubbed illbient – was born.

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Interview: The Awesome 2 on LL Cool J, The Real Roxanne, and Hip Hop’s Early Days

Rap radio royalty Special K and Teddy Ted reminisce about hip hop’s earliest days.

opinion

Stressed: The Life & Art of Matt Reid

Michael Gonzales remembers the stunning work of the artist known as Matt Doo.

opinion

It’s a South East London Ting: Mo Kolours, Paul White and More

Laurent Fintoni profiles the crew of producers centred around Mo Kolours and Paul White making some of the most exciting beat music of the past few years.