The focus switches to Canada as Brendan Arnott speaks with some of the promoters and collectives striving for something more on the dancefloor in Toronto.
Florian Meyer discusses the themes running through his work as Don't DJ with Nic Tuohey.
Osaka-based musician Koshiro Hino traces the genesis of his work as YPY along with the development of his birdFriend label in this discussion with Yusaku Shigeyasu.
In the first of two features, Matt Anniss surveys the current climate of record digging, speaking with Zaf Chowdhry, Brian Shimkovitz and Ruf Dug among others.
Bringing the ambient sounds of exotica into a new age, James Manning meets with a modern day pioneer of a once fandangled sound.
DFA, Where To Now?, Major Problems, R&S Records and City Slang make the grade for this edition.
The reissue trail is picked up once more as Flora Pitrolo highlights the work of Blackest Ever Black, Superior Viaduct, Dark Entries, WéMè’ and more.
The Rome collective whose roots trace back to the city's heady '90s techno era speak with Richard Brophy.
The Australian musician spends an afternoon in Dublin discussing his wealth of musical projects and collaborations with Ian Maleney.
Pauline Oliveros muses on sixty years of experimentation and unorthodox practice and tells Jo Kali why we should be listening instead of merely hearing.
Jamie Krasner discusses the concepts behind her work as James K with Aurora Mitchell.
Oli Warwick traces the history of one of UK Garage's most sinister productions.
Records on Modern Love, No Corner, Hyperdub, Versatile, Latency and more are highlighted in the latest edition of Tony Poland's column.
Vintage Roman techno, oddball Yugo-wave, exemplary German minimal synth, Milanese Italo and the precursor to Cybotron feature.
James Manning travels to the south of Sweden to witness the beginnings of something new in experimental electronic music.
With two distinct albums out already this year, a prolific and very content Matt Karmil has plenty to discuss.
We mark the onset of a new feature series focused on local clubbing scenes as Oli Warwick picks out what's happening in Bristol.
On an afternoon in Peckham, Joe Cowton discusses the motivations behind his new album and the inner workings of Livity Sound with Oli Warwick.
Idle Hands, LIES, Blip Discs, Modern Love and The Trilogy Tapes all feature on this month's edition.
March brought archival treats from Das Ding, Heinrich Dressel, DDS, Dark Entries and The (Hypothetical) Prophets.