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Taking Stock: Going Deep With Paul Woolford

“The human race has no chance. We are inconsequential in the grand scheme. So go full-pelt and let’s…

Devon Analogue Studio: A Holiday Home on Acid

Combining a killer gear collection with stunning countryside views, Devon Analogue is a new residential studio getting big-name UK…

Evolution & Iteration: Behind the Scenes at Native Instruments

We go behind the scenes at Native Instruments’ Berlin headquarters for an insight into the way the company develops new…

Seven New House & Techno Labels to Watch in 2017

Preview music from some of the most promising new imprints for 2017, including “fruity music” from Shanti Celeste, classic acid…

Synths, Samplers & More: the Best of NAMM 2017

As this year’s instalment of the winter NAMM show draws to a close, we pick out our highlights of…

The Future of Disco: Sean Brosnan on UK Club Culture’s Fight Back in 2017

Having recently released the latest in his outstanding Future Disco compilation series, Needwant boss Sean Brosnan lays out a vision…

2016: The Year In Gear

As 2016 draws to a close, we look back on the year’s developments in music technology.…

Positive Feedback: Moodmusic’s Sasse on Learning and Teaching in the Digital Age

Moodmusic boss Sasse discusses how he learned to make music and how he’s passing on his knowledge to the…

Facilitating Music: Robert Ames on Working with Justice, Actress & Radiohead

The London Contemporary Orchestra conductor discusses working with Actress and Justice, fusing classical music with dance and why conductors might…

“Audion and Myself”: Matthew Dear’s Split Personality

Matthew Dear talks to Greg Scarth about aliases, his ‘nonchalant’ approach to making music, and why it’s OK for…

Digging Deeper: Exploring the UK Club Scene

Despite gloomy predictions for the future of London nightlife, clubs around the rest of the UK are thriving. Kristan Caryl…

On the Road: How to Survive as a Touring DJ

Kristan Caryl explores the downsides of life on the road, discovering how touring DJs keep themselves balanced.…

Free to Roam: Kornél Kovács

“‘Pantalón’ is obviously a piss take…” Kristan Caryl talks to the joker of the Studio Barnhus pack about his…

So Much More to Come: James Ruskin on 20 Years of Blueprint

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U-he’s Urs Heckmann On Synths, Celebrity Endorsements & Hardware

Attack editor Greg Scarth speaks to Urs Heckmann about how U-he has grown from part-time hobby to full…

One-Man Band: The Return Of Mr Fingers

In a frank conversation with Attack editor Greg Scarth, the house icon tells us why he resurrected his Mr Fingers…

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