Long Reads

GPU Audio Is Powering Plugins With Your Graphics Card. Is It Time To Finally Say Goodbye To Latency?

Constantly maxing out your CPU? GPU Audio is hoping to leverage your graphics card to speed up music production processing.

A Service For Electronic Labels and Musicians: Move Music Distribution 

What is music distribution? What does it cost? Do I need it? How do I go about it? There are…

Sun Shower: Larry Levan and the J-Pop Remix

The story of how DJ legend Larry Levan came to remix an obscure J-pop song and what happened after.

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

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…

Alexander Robotnick On Ageism In Dance Music: “To Be Old Is Gold”

In part two of our ageism in dance music series, we spoke with Alexander Robotnick to discuss his experience of…

How Beatport & Microsoft Are Aiming To Reshape Music With Originals²

Two entertainment giants partner to shape how we might consume music in future.…

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

“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…

Sandilé

Cologne-based DJ and producer Sandilé has recently put out the 4-track EP “Home Again 04” as her debut…

Crisis Of Man: Core Values Vol. 1

To mark their 10th release, Crisis of Man has recently released the 10 track VA album Core Values Vol. 1…

Show & Tell

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…

Negroni Nails

DJs and producers Steffi and Privacy return to join heads under the new moniker, Negroni Nails. To support their new…

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

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…

Gerald VDH – “When The Going Gets Tough, The Tough Get Going”

Gerald VDH, once played with a man asleep at his feet in the booth. We caught up with him for…

M.A.N.D.Y. “Live Life With Love, Freedom And Adventures” Before You Die.

We caught up with “Get Physical Music” and “Kindisch” label boss M.A.N.D.Y. for a quick-fire…

Columns

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.

Double Drop: The Symbiotic Interdependence of Dance Music Duos

Harold Heath looks into the science of dance music duos……

Attack’s Favourite Music Of 2022 (So Far!)

The Attack Mag team have come together to decide on our favourite electronic music of the year so far – we…

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...

Dutchie – “I Find Inspiration In Everyday Sounds, Feelings And Environments As Well As My Dreams”

Bristol-based artist Dutchie released her 2-track ‘Yeah/Look Down’ project on the ‘Future Bounce’ label back in May…

Sister Zo – “Give Yourself Fully To What You Love With Zero Expectation Of The Outcome”

Sister Zo has recently released her “Freak Shift” EP on the “3024” label. In support of her release, we asked…

Surusinghe – “Difference Is What Makes The World An Interesting Place”

Surusinghe has recently released “Heaven”, the second single on her forthcoming EP, on the ‘Steel City Dance Discs’ label. In…

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