Long Reads

International Women’s Day 2019: Celebrating Women in Dance Music

Seven years have passed since our feature ‘It’s Different for Girls: Women in Dance Music’, where we discussed ‘is…

These Women Are Fixing The Gender Problem in Music Tech

Making up just 5 percent of the music tech industry, women are vastly underrepresented. There is a long way to…

Lifting the Lid on Opus1: Jamie Jones and Kate Simko’s Ambitious Orchestral Project

They’ve both blazed a trail in the electronic music world and now they’re teaming up to produce music…

Interviews

Phoet – An Artist Without a Past

Italy’s Phoet releases his debut album ‘Broken Symmetry’ on April 5th, an album built from a beautiful yet haunting…

Challenging Perceptions With Helena Star

Determined and driven, Helena Star knew her path from an early age. Sarah-Louise Maillet sat down with the Foundation…

Breaking the vinyl mould with Diggers Factory

Kristan Caryl sits down with Alexis Castiel to find out how his company, Diggers  Factory, aims to minimise the risk…

My Studio

GHEIST

Berlin-based GHEIST show us around their studio.…

Chris Carrier

Chris Carrier shows us around his studio including vintage synths, racks, an awesome modular set-up and more… …

Marc Houle

Having grown up in Canada and mentored by Richie Hawtin, Marc Houle has long been established as a techno…

Track By Track

Brian Cid

“I always suggest not spending too much time tweaking sounds because this kills the energy flow of your expressions. Shape…

BNJMN

‘I’ve now delved deeper into the synth (Make Noise O-Coast) and realise it has so much depth – it…

Chris Liebing

Techno legend Chris Liebing recently released his second LP ‘Burn Slow’. It’s his debut on the British label Mute…

Show & Tell

Mateo Murphy

In our occasional video series, artists present a series of clips to introduce us to their interests outside music. This…

Beroshima

Giorgia Angiuli

In our occasional video series, artists present a series of clips to introduce us to their interests outside music. This…

Top Tracks

Per Hammar

The Sweden-born, Berlin-based artist, Per Hammar, talks us through his top tracks.…

Noha

John Monkman

John Monkman talks us through his top tracks.…

Q&A

Madben

We grabbed Madben and put him to the test with our quick-fire Q&A.…

Cassian

“My motto? ‘KISS’ – Keep It Simple Stupid”. Australian artist Cassian, who keeps it simple by citing Attack as a ‘must…

Ejeca

“Art is the opposite of administration”. To support his new EP, Ejeca takes on our quick-fire Q&A…

Columns

Are You Ready For The Robot DJ Revolution?

Like it or loathe it, A.I. is here to stay. Chandler Shortlidge looks at how this is going to…

Snobbery Kills: Why Elitism in Music Can Stifle Creativity

If our scene is going to continue evolving, we need to be ready to look for great ideas everywhere. Not…

Thomas Cox: Back To The Future

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

Job Envy

Spitfire Audio CEO – Will Evans

Our first Job Envy of the year comes courtesy of Will Evans, CEO of Spitfire Audio. We managed to pin…

Flux FM – Pawas Gupta

Reigniting our Job Envy series is Pawas Gupta, head of electronic music at Flux FM. We asked him to tell…

MN2S Distribution Manager – Chris James

“Highs of the job? Licensing compilations for legendary DJs like Roger Sanchez and Todd Terry.” Chris James, distribution manager at…

Introducing...

Kususa

“We offer music which speaks to the inner spirit in you!” South African duo, Kususa introduce themselves.…

M.E.M.O.

‘Everyone needs an escape from this kamikaze society. I offer happy tales to balance the scale’. We asked M.E…

Toada

Gearing up for his forthcoming release on his own label, Plūma Records, we asked Toada to introduce himself.…

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