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Wichelroede: A Romantic Democracy Of Interests

Acquaint yourself with Wichelroede, an online platform helping breathe contemporary life into the long standing musical heritage of The Hague.

Domestica: Authenticity, Creativity, Personality

Flora Pitrolo tracks down Domestica founder Jordi Serrano to discuss the Barcelona label's development over the past five years and its distinctly DIY approach.

Oliver Ho: Exist

James Manning unknowingly enters the uncanny world of Oliver Ho's Broken English Club.

Berlin Atonal: The Long Now

Nic Tuohey gives a run down of the 16 hours he spent in Berlin's Kraftwerk building as part of Atonal festival's The Long Now.

Best Record Sleeves: March

The absurdists rule this time round as records from Rezzett, Herva, Morgan Buckley, Altar Of Flies and more feature.

Best reissues and archival releases: March

Hip hop mixtapes, experimental industrial cassettes from the UK and Italy, cult Leipzig electro and some classic Warp Records reissued this month.

Rory McPike: Suburban Dream, Suburban Nightmare

The young Melbourne artist behind the Dan White and Rings Around Saturn projects reveals his gradual rise to Matt Anniss.

Separate Mind: Is This Beat New?

The influence of new beat and EBM on current strains of music is explored as Richard Brophy covers Lena Willikens, Mick Wills, Tsuzing, Drvg Cvltvre and more.

Jonathan Krohn: Sonic Sense

Nic Tuohey tracks down Chicago aritst Jonathan Krohn to discuss his work as Stave, the Talker collaboration with Karl Meier and more.

Bloc. 2015 In Review

Oli Warwick assesses the 2015 edition of Bloc. that took place at the festival's spiritual home of Minehead.

Vincent Floyd: Get Closer

Richard Brophy tracks down Vincent Floyd to discuss the Chicago artist's emergence during the birth of house music and his renewed passion for production.

Lena Willikens: Telling Stories

Lena Willikens chats Cómeme, Salon Des Amateurs, record digging, Sentimental Flashback and more with Tony Poland.

Bloc. 2015: Five Essential Destinations

Oli Warwick sifts through Bloc Weekend's mammoth line-up to pick out some of the highlights.

Best Record Sleeves: February

Releases from Further Records, Beats In Space, Firecracker Recordings, Awesome Tapes From Africa and more feature in the this month's column.

Best reissues and archival releases: February

William S. Burroughs cut-ups, Philip Glass horror scores, disintegrated DAT tapes from Ghana, oriental house music and Italo disco reissued this February.

Nation: Modern Electronic Elements

Nation founder Melvin Oliphant III speaks in detail with Tony Poland ahead of the label's most ambitious release to date.

BNJMN & BAT: Exchange Programme

Oli Warwick instigates a three-way discussion between BNJMN and Best Available Technology, seeking out the facts behind their new, collaborative album.

Giallo Disco: Tracks of our Fears

Giallo Disco founders Antoni Maiovvi and Vercetti Technicolor speak to Richard Brophy about how the label has swiftly gained a cult following after it's somewhat ulikely beginnings in Cologne.

Separate Mind: 2015 – No Label?

Perc, Samuli Kemppi, and Fallow Field's Ian Maleney speak with Richard Brophy on whether social media and new distribution platforms are threatening the role of small, independent labels.

Egyptrixx – Mechanical Animation

David Psutka speaks with Brendan Arnott about his new Egyptrixx album, its link with other forms of creativity and what the future holds for the Halocline Trance label.

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