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Kevin Saunderson

Attack editor Greg Scarth meets Kevin Saunderson to discuss the globalisation of dance music, hidden samples in Inner City records and the secret to handling Derrick May. Having played such a…

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Club Nights: How To Survive & Thrive
Alexis Raphael

The Londoner looks back at his formative musical experiences, from rave remixes of soap opera theme tunes through to analogue workouts. The first time you remember hearing electronic music? Back…

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Nick Monaco

"What am I addicted to? Chocolate milk…

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Wallwork & RZR

From ghost producers to futuristic, post-apocalyptic bass…

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Ten Of The Best: Analogue Monosynths

From palm-sized powerhouses to reissued classics, join us as we run through our favourite analogue options at every price point from pocket money to life savings. The monophonic analogue synth…

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Chymera

From Nine Inch Nails and Ministry through to Nelly Furtado and air piano, the Berlin-based Irishman talks us through his formative tracks. What's the first record you ever bought? The first…

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Lee Van Dowski

The Cadenza man had no problem picking…

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M. Geddes Gengras

"When you work with waves it's essential…

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Pittsburgh Track Authority

"Plotting aggressive moves that lead to further world domination." Yeah. We let PTA go wild with the studio tour. PTA's Enter The Machine Age LP is out now. Find them on Facebook,…

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Thomas Cox: We Need To Talk About Vinyl

Vinyl sales are apparently on the up, but is the bubble in danger of bursting? Thomas Cox warns that dance music's obsession with vinyl release gimmicks is a short-sighted approach.…

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Julien Bracht

The live performance specialist shows us round his studio,…

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Giles Smith’s Vocal Jams
Benny Rodrigues

From underground Rotterdam radio shows to Cape…

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Push The Button

Most synths and drum machines have familiar…

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