Long Reads

Facilitating Music: Robert Ames on Working with Justice, Actress & Radiohead

The London Contemporary Orchestra conductor discusses working with Actress and Justice, fusing classical music with dance and why conductors might…

“Audion and Myself”: Matthew Dear’s Split Personality

Matthew Dear talks to Greg Scarth about aliases, his ‘nonchalant’ approach to making music, and why it’s OK for…

Digging Deeper: Exploring the UK Club Scene

Despite gloomy predictions for the future of London nightlife, clubs around the rest of the UK are thriving. Kristan Caryl…

Interviews

Danny Daze

With a hardware-based studio back home in Miami but most of his time spent in Europe, Danny Daze has…

Alan Fitzpatrick

Alan Fitzpatrick talks to Attack’s Kristan Caryl about his early rave experiences, the importance of branding in techno, and…

Tim Deluxe

At the peak of his commercial success, Tim Deluxe quit the music industry. Now back after a five-year break…

My Studio

Juan Maclean

“I love noise. When I hear hum, white noise and distortion I’m very happy.” Juan Maclean goes in-depth…

Franz Kirmann

With his third solo album, Franz Kirmann explores an abstract world inspired by Michel Houellebecq‘s 2005 novel The Possibility…

Jordan

Belfast house producer Jordan shows us around his studio. Contains synths and cats.…

Track By Track

Livio & Roby – Phantom Circle

The Romanian tech house duo’s latest album features a number of secret collaborators. They talk us through the record…

Voyeur – I

Voyeur talk us through the making of their debut album, which includes collaborations with their mentor, Kerri Chandler.…

The Black 80s – Heart To Art

“It exemplifies the relationship between aspiring, struggling artists… It’s a dedication to the people who might be unfortunate enough…

Show & Tell

Justin Robertson

There’s more to life than music. In the latest instalment of our Show & Tell series, British house icon…

Nail

There’s more to life than music. In our Show & Tell series, artists talk us through some of their…

Audiojack

There’s more to life than music. In our Show & Tell series, artists talk us through some of their…

Top Tracks

David Herrero

With his fourth LP due soon on Saved Records, David Herrero reflects on his musical history.…

Inkke

“I was at a funeral a couple of years ago and somehow ended up playing through a bunch of happy…

Re.You

From Fischerspooner to Audion, Berlin’s Re.You plots the history of his musical education.…

Q&A

Richy Ahmed

Ahead of his appearance at Social Festival this weekend, Richy Ahmed takes on our quick-fire Q&A.…

Nicole Moudaber

“Everybody wants to make music these days, so there’s a lot of mediocrity and it’s making our job…

Per Hammar

“Support your local artist. Everyone is a winner if you support the DJs and producers among you.” Dubby house producer…

Columns

Thomas Cox: Back To The Future

Thomas Cox explores the wonderful world of modern electronic instruments.…

Thomas Cox: Constructive Criticism

Has dance music coverage lost its critical voice? Thomas Cox argues that criticism is a much-needed constructive force.…

Do Good Artists Copy? Plagiarism In Dance Music

“It’s the public who end up paying the price, putting money and faith behind artists who are liberally taking…

Job Envy

Head of Strøm School – Lars Juhl

“I am on the mission of my life: to change music education as we know it.” Head of Strøm…

Gavin Mee – Syncsmith

“Never dream of acquiring someone else’s job. I’m a firm believer that if there isn’t a job…

Sarah McBriar, AVA Festival

“You need a lot of passion and drive, as there are many times when it gets tough.” Sarah McBriar, founder…

Introducing...

Sean Moriguchi

“If you like the sound of heavy post-production on dodgy home recordings with various Japanese and German synths you…

Archie Hamilton

“Part minimal, part techno, part acid, part house.” FUSE resident Archie Hamilton talks us through his music.…

Thorsteinssøn

A ‘cheerily schizophrenic’ take on the early house and disco sound, courtesy of Icelandic-born, Danish-based producer Thorsteinssøn…

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