James Manning joins the dots between drum and bass, dubstep and techno with Martin Heinze in The Weevil Neighbourhood.
Improvisation, insomnia, influences and the gruelling processes that go into recording a Juju & Jordash album are under discussion as Brendan Arnott catches up with the Amsterdam duo.
Matt Anniss takes a trip back to 1988 to discover the story behind Unique 3 and the Mad Musician’s “The Theme”, a record that accidentally spawned one of British dance music’s most distinctive genres.
Marco Shuttle discusses his thoughts on techno, a growing relationship with Donato Dozzy and the methods behind his new album Visione.
We dispatched Matt Anniss to interview sprawling Optimo Music act Golden Teacher – the results proved as unpredictable as their riotous brand of music.
Further Records, Sunil Sharpe and Samuel Kerridge speak to Richard Brophy as he dissects what it takes to takes to make it in the current electronic music climate.
The prolific German artist sits down with Oli Warwick to discuss Cease To Matter, the latest LP of a recording career spanning some three decades.
James Manning discusses Sleeparchive, Skanfrom, Hard Wax, real ale and minimal synth with Roger Semsroth.
Oli Warwick sits down with the founders of Meakusma, a Brussels-based collective who continue to excel at blurring the lines between cerebral contemplation and rhythmic satisfaction.
We pick five of our must-see acts at this year’s Unsound festival in Krakow.
The PAN artist discusses five records relating to his recent Scythians EP, with hardstyle, industrial and IDM among the styles covered.
September’s crop of the best reissues sees proto-acid experiments, intergalactic jazz, Birmingham techno and an audio retelling of Dune alongside a collection of under-appreciated Greek electronics.
In this month’s Scratching The Surface column, Scott Wilson explores the producers orbiting around Budapest’s Farbwechsel label, whose focus on Hungarian artists is incubating some interesting music.
Born out of Werkdiscs, Werkhaus explores the aesthetic possibilities for music as well as the perceived limits of a traditional record label. Emma Tucker catches up with them to discuss the development of Werkhaus as a standalone project, the importance of a visual approach and how film can humanise electronic music.