Will Straw examines why the Canadian metropolis was such a hotbed for disco during the ’60s and ’70s.
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Laurent Fintoni chats with the outspoken promoter about the ’90s in New York.
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.
The We™ member talks about the New York scene in the ’90s.
Rap radio royalty Special K and Teddy Ted reminisce about hip hop’s earliest days.
Michael Gonzales remembers the stunning work of the artist known as Matt Doo.
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.
The legendary DJ tells the tale of his famed ’70s nightspot The Gallery: witnessing the beginning of disco and beyond.
The producer behind the disco classic, as well as Lou Reed’s Coney Island Baby, talks about his long and winding career.
What drove 37 year-old Josh Marcy to fly from the US to Thailand to record a band? A few YouTube videos.
Phillip Mlynar tells the story behind the re-release of the soundtrack to the most iconic hip hop movie in history.
David Katz on the classic lovers rock tune.
The Dutch collector reveals a few pieces of prog vinyl he’s lusting after.
Two of the owners behind the renowned reissue label talk shop.
A selection of images from our stage at Dekmantel Festival in Amsterdam.
This month’s round-up includes the Bee Gees, Bob Marley and more.
A comprehensive guide to our month-long series of Japan-inspired concerts, club nights and talks that blend music, art and culture.
The God of Hellfire: Arthur Brown chronicles his blazing path through the history of psych rock’s most infernal chapters.
A chat with Spencer Hickman, the man behind the world’s spookiest soundtrack and reissue label.
The forgotten history of the clubs and DJs that helped birth Detroit techno.