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Separate Mind: Panzerkreuz – Stuck to its Guns

For his latest Separate Mind column, Richard Brophy profiles Bunker Records association Panzerkreuz, speaking with artists like Alessandro Cortini and Ekman along the way.

Poland Rising

Polo house, the Baltic beat, and the rise of the Polish electronic music underground is profiled by Matt Anniss.

UMFANG – Another Consciousness

Emma Olson discusses her UMFANG project, concept albums and involvement with the Discwoman collective.

Nous – Something More To Say

Where does Berlin operation Nous fit into the current label landscape? A straight talking George Mavrikos sits down with Rose Mardit to discuss the label's emergence.

Nummer – Spontaneity and Improvisation

The London-based French duo discuss their emergence as one of the most exciting productions partnerships in recent times.

Aaron ‘Fit’ Siegel: Space In Which To Build

Oli Warwick checks in with Aaron 'Fit' Siegel to dig a little deeper on a man with a tireless work ethic in the world of music.

Best Record Sleeves: June

Releases from Mannequin, Firecracker, Crème, Berceuse Heroique, General Eektro and more are covered in this month's column.

Best reissues and archival releases: June

Rare soundtrack work, San Fran synthpunk, unheard Yugo-wave, delicate Dance Mania, and a wild Coil collaboration are the highlights of June's reissue trail.

Cio D’Or – Brave

Cio D’or discusses her time as resident at Munich venue Ultraschall, the state of European clubbing, produciton methods and more.

Silent Servant – Steel and Machines and Flesh

The Jealous God artist speaks at length about his upbringing in Los Angeles, merging techno with industrial music, Sandwell District and more.

Nothing Short of Total War – The Blast First story

Ian Maleney tracks down Paul Smith, founder of the Blast First label and its successor Blast First Petite, and responsible for facilitating the rise of everyone from Sonic Youth to Pan Sonic via HTRK.

Weather Festival 2015: In Review

Nic Tuohey and James Manning venture to Paris to see if Weather Festival is worth all the hype.

Soundtracking the future with Richard Devine

Oli Warwick catches up with Richard Devine in his Atlanta studio to peel back the workings of a veritable sound machine.

Best Record Sleeves: May

Local Action, Warp, Second Circle, From The Depths, and Magazine are amongst the labels whose releases caught the eye in May.

Best reissues and archival releases: May

Music From Memory, Dark Entries, Dais, Editions Mego and Minimal Wave provide May's finest archival offerings.

Separate Mind: Identity Crisis

Fred P, Ed DMX, and Kenny Hanlon of Apartment Records impart their knowledge as Richard Brophy covers the lack of identity in much of the electronic music currently being released.

Weather Festival 2015 preview

We highlight five acts worth seeing that may seem niche in comparison to the Paris event's headlining artists.

Berceuse Heroique – Finding The Edge

Berceuse Heroique founder Gizmo opens up about his past, influences and the freedom of running a small label.

Walls: The Inevitable Comedown

Matt Anniss speaks to Walls pair Sam Willis and Alessio Natalizia about their parting of the ways, the “messy divorce”, and their plans for the future.

Entro Senestre: From Within

The New York-based artist discusses the self therapy of producing music, working with Willie Burns and using chopsticks for drums with Richard Brophy.

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