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Digging Deep: Brett Johnson

March 19, 2016 |

For the best part of two decades, Brett Johnson has been a pivotal part of the US’ electronic output. Hailing from Dallas, Texas, Brett burst onto the scene back in 1999 via the now defunct Aesoteric with his bumpy, widescreen … Read More

Speaking Out: The Rising Stars of Spoken Word

March 7, 2016 |

In this special one-off feature, we take a look at the burgeoning landscape of the world of spoken word, through interviews with three of the scene’s rising stars. A rapidly growing art form, especially within the UK, the scene has … Read More

Five Essentials: Borrowed Identity

January 13, 2016 |

Chameleonic Freiburg producer and DJ, Borrowed Identity first blew into prominence back in 2012 with his inaugural outing, Stimulation on Foul & Sunk. Ever since he’s built up an impressive array of releases, with the likes of Ostgut Ton, Circus Company, … Read More

Digging Deep: Rich Medina

July 31, 2015 | 2

Rich Medina is one of those truly unique individuals in the world of music. A cooler than cool, deep and softly spoken man from New Jersey, he’s the kind of guy you’d probably have hated at school for being notably … Read More

Digging Deep: Chassol

June 28, 2015 |

When it comes to originality, few are more gifted than Parisian pianist-cum-composer Christophe Chassol. Trained at Paris’ renowned Conservatoire National de Musique and Boston’s Berklee College, Chassol has developed the insight and technical ability of a proper maestro. However, … Read More

State of Play: Robert Hood, Carl Craig and Oscar Mulero in this month’s bumper Techno edition

April 27, 2015 |

Right folks it’s that time again, where we roundup all the big releases from the world of Techno. April has been a busy month, we’ve seen the release of Matt Tolfrey’s stomping fabric 81 mix, Robert Hood has been up … Read More

A Final Farewell: In Conversation with Southport Weekender’s Alex Lowes

April 10, 2015 | 3

We received the news of Southport Weekender‘s retirement with great sadness – a British institution with a decidedly worldly musical aesthetic and an even bigger heart that prides itself on living up to and surpassing its reputation as the ‘world’s … Read More

State of Play: Samurai Music, Auxiliary & Nuage are running the 170bpm multiverse this month

March 31, 2015 |

And so it is, here we are in the month of March: a month which marks the beginning of an invariable wasteland for new releases as the scourge that is Record Store Day clogs up pressing plants across the land. … Read More

Digging Deep: Monika

March 30, 2015 |

New blood (often finds it hard to break into the established order of many labels’ rosters with only truly unique and exciting talents being given an opportunity. Step forward Maxwell, better known as Monika who seems to be on a … Read More

State of Play: Auntie Flo & Esa, Wbeeza, The Traxxmen and Mister Saturday Night are our tips for this month’s House edition.

March 27, 2015 | 1

Highlife World Series: Cuba

First up, we’ve the first in Auntie Flo & Esa‘s latest project Highlife World Series - a collaborative snapshot of sound from various places of interest around the world. HIGHLIFE01 is the culmination of a handful of studio … Read More