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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.…

Gregory Scott’s Kush Cafe: How to Hear Everything Differently, Instantly

Gregory Scott marvels at the moment of clarity that occurs when you play a track to someone for the first…

Gregory Scott’s Kush Cafe: Saturation is the new black

Yes, saturation is a pleasing mix colouring tool, writes Gregory Scott, but its real genius is its ability to craft…

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…

Gregory Scott: Demolishing The Myths Of Compression

Kush Audio guru Gregory Scott addresses the most common misconceptions about compression.…

Thomas Cox: The Gear Myth

Thomas Cox questions whether our obsession with expensive production tools is in danger of overshadowing the more important issues of…

Thomas Cox: Pulling No Punches

Our new regular columnist Thomas Cox introduces himself and sets out his manifesto for this column: an honest, no-holds…

Thomas Cox: Should We Be So Festive?

Thomas Cox explores the problems with the growing influence of festivals and argues that we should choose to attend events…

Gregory Scott’s Kush Cafe: Inspiration is None of Your Business

As producers we have no control over when studio magic happens, writes Gregory Scott. All we can do is turn…

Part-Time Punks: Are Amateurs Ruining Dance Music?

Thomas Cox argues that amateurism on multiple levels within the dance music industry traps us in a harmful cycle.…

Gregory Scott’s Kush Cafe: Don’t Mix Ignorable

Mix brash, mix cheesy, mix bold or mix beautiful… mix however you like, but don’t mix ignorable, writes Gregory…

Thomas Cox: Is House A Feeling? Influences In Dance Music

Can you own the feeling of a track? Thomas Cox argues that dance music needs to define its own understanding…

Gregory Scott’s Kush Cafe: ‘For The Love Of Tape’

In the first of a new series, engineer, producer and Kush Audio owner Gregory Scott waxes lyrical over one of…

Thomas Cox: Reflections On 2014

As the year draws to a close, Thomas Cox takes a look back at 2014 in dance music, reflecting on…

Thomas Cox: The Art Of Rocking A Party

Thomas Cox argues that promoters need to be more critical when booking DJs to play at their parties.…

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…

Thomas Cox: Boiler Room – A Missed Opportunity?

Is it time we took the focus off the DJ? Thomas Cox argues that live streaming platforms like Boiler Room…

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