Long Reads

Focus On Community & Clubbing Will Be Just Fine

What does a turbulent economy spell for party people and how exactly can nightlife culture survive the cost of living…

The Big Short: How Much Longer Will The Chip Shortage Persist?

The global chip shortage is behind all kinds of woes for the synthesizer and drum machine market, from release date delays to bankruptcies. We find out exactly what’s behind the shortage, who it’s affecting and how long it will last.

How Ram Records, SSL & Guildhall School Pulled Off A “Rave In A Concert Hall”

Think of RAM Records and the Guildhall School of Music & Drama is possibly the last thing that may spring…

Podcasts

Change The Record Episode 6: Refuge Worldwide

In episode 06 of Change The Record, we speak with Nicky Böhm, Refuge Worldwide‘s community development manager. Refuge…

Change The Record Episode 5: In Place Of War

In episode 05 of Change The Record, we sit down with Ruth Daniel, CEO and creative director of the global…

Change The Record Episode 4: ‘Turn The Tables’ – A DJ Cookbook

In Episode 04 of Change The Record, we sit down with James Martin and Gabriella D’Annunzio. James recently released…

Interviews

Kyoka and Beate Kunath In Conversation At Signals Festival

Read an excerpt from a panel conversation between Kyoka and Beate Kunath from this year’s Signals Festival.…

Hayden James: “Moving To LA Is Like Starting Again”

Ahead of his performance at Seismic Dance Event, we spoke to Hayden James about his live setup, fatherhood, and how…

Vintage Culture “Back On The Road Is Like A Family Reunion”

Ahead of his performance in San Diego this weekend for DAY.MVS.XL, we caught up with Lukas Ruiz better…

My Studio

Athlete Whippet – “How Could You Not Like This Frog?”

Athlete Whippet show us their production gear and their temporarily adopted frog. If they ain’t putting out the bangers…

Colin Benders – “I used to be a trumpet and flugelhorn player”

“The PMCs are flush-mounted in my studio for maximum sonic yield. I almost cried the first time I switched…

Honeysmack

“Why the fuck are people still asking which one is the closest to the original (TB-303). Are people conducting…

Track By Track

Julien Bracht: “All The Hi-Hats & Shakers Are Made With Rakes”

After a few years away, Julien Bracht returns to making techno with his new EP ‘Rave Flower’.…

Alex Banks – ‘I Slept In The Studio For Four Days’

With a lion’s den of incredible gear from Vermona’s to Moog, Alex Banks has a lot to work…

“How I Made ‘Lexicon'” – Lynyn Takes Us Through His Debut Album

Chicago composer Conor Mackey aka Lynyn has recently released his nine-track album “lexicon”. If you are a fan of…

Show & Tell

IMANU – “Fashion Is Probably My Second Love After Music”

Dutch-born IMANU has long transcended his previous alias ‘Signal’. But what about his favourite interests outside music? We put…

Sian

Sian is an Ireland-born DJ, producer, label owner and visual artist based in Los Angeles. To support Sian’s…

Dominik Eulberg

Don’t let music define you especially if you’re a studied conservationist like Dominik Eulberg. He might be best…

Top Tracks

Gerry Read

The creator of the critically acclaimed ‘Jummy’ album, Gerry Read, runs us through a few top tracks, from the first…

Melé

‘Club Bad’ music night and label boss Melé breaks down a few of his top tracks, ranging from the ones…

Recondite

Plangent Records boss Recondite has lazy Sunday’s like the rest of us. He joins us for a breakdown of…

Q&A

Giolì & Assia – “Dealing With Self-Centered And Unscrupulous People”

From viral success to intense lows, we caught up with Italian duo Giolì & Assia. With their latest LP ‘Fire…

Ruth Royall – “Everything is relative so no advice ever really makes sense.”

We caught up with one of the most recognisable voices in drum and bass right now, Ruth Royall.…

Peder Mannerfelt – “The Best Is Yet To Come”

Peder Mannerfelt has recently released “Carbonated” by music duo Carbon 96 on his ‘Peder Mannerfelt Produktion’ label. We caught up…

Columns

“Manufactured Moments” Is There A Loss Of Authenticity On Dance Floors?

Is it too easy to bemoan the loss of authenticity? Or does it exist lurking beneath the piles of cash…

The Best Things To Watch At Amsterdam Dance Event 2022

We take a closer look at some of the Conference and Lab sessions at this year’s ADE…

Does Hardware Still Shape Genres?

We’re inundated with hardware releases all the time and yet how much of it is actually shaping new music? Attack writer Adam Douglas charts the decline of hardware as a driving force of change in music.

Job Envy

Wez Saunders – Managing Director At Defected Records

For this month’s Job Envy feature, we sat down with Wez Saunders, the managing director at Defected Records.…

James Araujo – Mixed In Key

For this month’s Job Envy feature, we spoke to James Araujo, marketing director at Mixed In Key.…

Love Shodipe

Love Shodipe is a producer and engineer working at QMF (Quality Music Freak), a new outlet part of Spitfire Audio…

Introducing...

Introducing Melawati

Melawati was nearly lost to a volcanic eruption. Fortunately, he survived, lived to tell the tale and turned his energy…

Introducing Holly Smith: “A Smorgasbord Of Styles”

From making a documentary to being a wonderful live performer, we asked Holly Smith to introduce herself ahead of her performance at Attack Live.

Earbeer: “When You Find A Seam Of Sonic Gold It’s Proper Exhilarating”

Earbeer is a new live techno group from London. The duo have a wealth of musical experience to draw upon…

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