Oli Warwick meets up with Marco Bernardi to trace his path in techno from cult Scottish night Club 69 to overseeing the Elevator Sound shop in Bristol.
The latest UNTHANK from Firecracker, plus records from Blackest Ever Black, Dark Entries, Nous Disques, Crazylegs and more feature this month.
The Manchester-based producer speaks with Aurora Mitchell, revealing the long-standing relationship with Pinch that resulted in Tectonic releasing his debut album Better Strangers.
On a hot summer's afternoon, Lorenz Lindner tells Rose Mardit about his music, art, upbringing, work with Kassem Mosse and more.
Nic Tuohey travels to Leipzig to speak with the people involved with Institut fuer Zukunft, a club with a fast-rising reputation.
Richard Brophy reports on Light From The Outside World, the recent performance by Jeff Mills and The BBC Symphony Orchestra, discussing the project with the Detroit icon.
Alessandro Adriani opens up with Flora Pitrolo about his label Mannequin, his Rome upbringing, Italian Wave, the appetite for reissues and much more.
Industrial music, production methods and darkness are under discussion as the Bristol artist speaks about his upcoming debut album Black Body Radiation.
October's curiosities brought Missing Brazilians, Plastice Dance, Colin Potter tapes, Mecánica Popular and the Zeus of NDW.
We dispatched our Bristol correspondant Oli Warwick to assess the fifth year of Simple Things Festival. Read on for his findings.
Records on Tectonic, Relative, Where To Now?, Honest Jon's, and Peak Oil feature in this month's edition.
Tony Poland and James Manning touched down in Krakow to witness some of the surprises at this year's edition of Unsound festival.
Richard Brophy speaks with JD Twitch, Mick Wills, Alessandro Adriani and Macadam Mambo about re-edit culture.
Logan Sturrock shares the story behind his work as Florist with Brendan Arnott.
James Manning travels to Amsterdam for local brew, fanzines and music talk at the home of Delsin founder Marsel van der Wielen.
Vinyl releases from Call Super, Laurel Halo, Shackleton, Public Possession and more make the grade.
Flora Pitrolo picks out post-funk adventures from EM Records, unreleased tape experiments via Entr'acte, synth goth masterpieces, Dutch italo-disco and more.
Richard Brophy speaks with DJ Bone about his life under the radar, hipster techno, EDM as a necessary evil and DJ culture to his Detroit roots and life in Kentucky.
Juno Plus editor in chief Tony Poland caught a train to Manchester for tea, parmigiana and a heap of music talk with Hoya:Hoya resident and DJ Jon K.
Brendan Arnott recaps his weekend spent in New York's Catskill Mountains soaking up the vibes of Aurora Halal and Zara Wladawsky's Sustain-Release festival.