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The Last Poets’ Jalal Nuriddin reflects on the impact – both good and bad – of his influential 1973 album.
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.
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.
David Katz details the Ethopian leader’s historic 1966 visit to Jamaica – and what it meant for music on the island.
The German producer takes us on a tour of his discography thus far.
Funkineven calls him a new Prince, and he’s been co-signed by LA beat prophet Kutmah. Get familiar with a modern day disco alchemist, Seven Davis Jr.
Jean-Emmanuel Deluxe provides an introduction to the iconic French pop genre of the ’60s.
One year after his death, we present an interview with Mark Kamins – Madonna mentor, Danceteria DJ and versatile producer – conducted by Tim Lawrence.
David Katz highlights the work of an underrated Brazilian songwriter and producer.
Patrick Haggerty tells the story of the remarkable 1973 record.
Our resident cratedigger pays tribute to the extraordinary bass player Robert Rozelle.
David Katz remembers the passionate reggae singer.
4DSOUND’s Paul Oomen highlights tracks from Aphex Twin, Steve Reich and Ryoji Ikeda that question how we perceive sound.
Rohan Krishnamurthy provides a guided tour of the Indian instrument and its finest practitioners.
Italian techno authority and sound designer Lucy tells the story behind his Stroboscopic Artefacts label and its unique sonic outlook.
Jon Dale remembers the enormous passion and energy of a free jazz saxophonist.
The versatile Finnish producer picks out some gems from RBMA Radio.