Long Reads

Back To The Old School, Again (Pt 1)

Hardcore rave from the early 90s is often derided, but there were plenty of important innovations happening within those records…

Manila: Music is the Answer To Keep on Moving

As the club raids continue and the death toll rises as part of President Duterte’s ongoing drug war, Liz…

Champions of Change: Carl Craig and the Chineke! Orchestra on their Royal Albert Hall performance

Carl Craig and Chi-chi Nwanoku of the Chineke! Orchestra explain to Attack how and why their collaboration is another…

Exploring a World of Sound with Erica Synth’s Girts Ozolinš

The Erica Synths founder talks about his native Riga, Latvia as a hub for both tech and electronic music instrument…

How Social Media is Changing Music

This is part two in our conversation around the impact of social media on electronic music, which explores how social…

A Certain Ratio: 40 years on the floor

Once described by Tony Wilson as having “all the energy of Joy Division but with better clothes”, unsung heroes A…

Carolina Eyck: Celebrating 100 years Of The Theremin

To mark the instruments centenary, we spoke with theremin performer Carolina Eyck to hear how she developed her craft whilst…

Hot Mass: Rebuilding Pittsburgh’s Dance Music Culture

It’s not easy to throw a good party, but it’s even harder to keep one going. Justin Kelly…

Stephen Morris – A Career in Gear

‘Before you could quantise things we’d sample every drum and reprogram the whole backing track out of these parts…

Going Sober: How Seven Artists Transformed Their Lives

Partying hard is inextricable from our scene. And sometimes, DJs indulge more than anyone else. Chandler Shortlidge explores what happened…

Assessing Social Media’s Impact On Electronic Music

Social media has undergone big changes in the last few years, and some of those changes have left artists feeling…

The Genesis of Synthesis: 10 Reasons Why The Roland Juno Is The Greatest Synthesizer Of All Time

The Queen of Gods | The God of Synths…

Growing Old Disgracefully: DJs on Parenthood. Part Two

Almost exactly a year ago, we asked a range of globe-trotting DJ parents how they balanced life on the…

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…

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