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Fred Ventura: Don’t Give Up

The "voice of Italo Disco" speaks to Richard Brophy about his fluctuating career, selfless behind-the-scenes work facilitating many of the genre's reissues and his own Disco Modernism label.

Best Record Sleeves: December

Records from Blackest Ever Black, Woe To The Septic Heart!, Dekmantel, Berceuse Heroique and more feature in the last rundown of 2014.

Gaussian Curve – The Longest Road

Gigi Masin, Jonny Nash and Marco Sterk speak with Matt Anniss about the weekend-long recording session that resulted in the sublime Gaussian Curve album Clouds.

Separate Mind: The Winter Collection

A final column of the year from Richard Brophy features discussion with Andy Stott, The Cyclist and Juju & Jordash.

Best Of 2014: Top 10 DJ & Studio Equipment

We round up 10 of the best pieces of DJ and studio gear from the year gone by.

Klara Lewis: Mood and Perception

James Manning meets with Klara Lewis, an emerging Swedish artist reshaping the way we perceive field recordings in music.

Best of 2014: DJs, producers and label bosses pick the music that defined the...

Our look back on 2014 ends with some of our favourite people in electronic music defining what records made the year for them.

Best Of 2014: Staff Lists

Our ever-expanding pool of contributors add a touch of humour to the end of year proceedings for the now obligatory staff lists.

Best of 2014: Top 10 Record Sleeves

A vast canon of potential candidates is whittled down to just 10 as the best record sleeves of the year are decided.

Best of 2014: Top 50 Singles

A year's worth of releases has been sifted through as Tony Poland, Scott Wilson, and James Manning run down their favourite 50 12"s, EPs and tracks of 2014.

Best of 2014: Mixes

Some 12 months of digesting mixes and podcasts has been chewed upon as Scott Wilson, James Manning and Tony Poland pick out their favourites of 2014.

Best of 2014: Top 10 Cassettes

The second week of our end of year round up commences as resident spool collector Tony Poland runs down the best 10 cassette releases of 2014.

Best Of 2014: Top 30 Albums

Our review of 2014 continues as James Manning, Scott Wilson and Tony Poland discuss the best 30 albums issued in a strong year.

Best of 2014: Top 15 Labels

Our review of 2014 continues, as Tony Poland, Scott Wilson and James Manning run down our 15 best record labels of the year.

Best of 2014: Reissues and archival releases

Our end of year round up commences with the 10 best reissues and archival releases from 2014.

Best Record Sleeves: November

Releases from Umor Rex, Golf Channel, Lux Rec, Editions Mego and more all made the grade in November.

Best reissues and archival releases: November

Under-appreciated disco, lost Chicago house, meditative electronic compositions and more featured in November's best reissues.

The In-Betweeners: Welcome To The Weevil Neighbourhood

James Manning joins the dots between drum and bass, dubstep and techno with Martin Heinze in The Weevil Neighbourhood.

Juju & Jordash: It’s All In Our Heads

Improvisation, insomnia, influences and the gruelling processes that go into recording an album are under discussion as Brendan Arnott catches up Amsterdam duo Juju & Jordash.

Dusted Down: The Unlikely Origins Of Bleep Techno

Matt Anniss takes a trip back to 1988 to chart the story behind a record that accidentally spawned one of British dance music’s most distinctive genres.

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