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The In-Betweeners: Welcome To The Weevil Neighbourhood

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

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Juju & Jordash: It’s All In Our Heads

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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.

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Dusted Down: The Unlikely Origins Of Bleep Techno

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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.

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Making Transitions: The Evolution of Marco Shuttle

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Marco Shuttle discusses his thoughts on techno, a growing relationship with Donato Dozzy and the methods behind his new album Visione.

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Golden Teacher: Cowbells From The Deep End

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We dispatched Matt Anniss to interview sprawling Optimo Music act Golden Teacher – the results proved as unpredictable as their riotous brand of music. 

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Best reissues and archival releases: October

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braar_oct_v1Scott Wilson rounds-up October’s essential reissues, including classic ’90s IDM, German tape music from the 1980s and a timeless Italo disco classic.

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Best Record Sleeves: October

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Records from Beau Wanzer, Shit & Shine, Dez Williams, Bing & Ruth, Line Idle and more caught the eye for their own particular reasons. 

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Patricia: Body Talk

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Brendan Arnott speaks with Max Ravitz, the man behind Opal Tapes and Ghostly International artist Patricia.

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Separate Mind: From Unknown to Known

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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. 

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Unsound 2014: In review

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Scott Wilson and Chloe Frieda report on the events of this year’s Unsound festival in Krakow, with Powell, Grouper, Cyclobe and Karen Gwyer among the many highlights.

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Behind the groove: Burnt Friedman and the quest for secret rhythms

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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.

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Roger Semsroth: We Are Not Machines

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James Manning discusses Sleeparchive, Skanfrom, Hard Wax, real ale and minimal synth with Roger Semsroth.

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Alessandro Cortini: The Sleep Archives

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Richard Brophy speaks with Alessandro Cortini, a buchla synth expert, guitarist in Nine Inch Nails and the artist responsible for one of this year’s most unexpected delights in the album Sonno.

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Different Foundations: Presenting Music the Meakusma Way

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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.

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Unsound 2014: Five must-see acts

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We pick five of our must-see acts at this year’s Unsound festival in Krakow.

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Best Record Sleeves: September

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Leaving Records, Houndstooth, The Trilogy Tapes and L.I.E.S. were amongst the labels whose releases stood out in September. 

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Five Records: M.E.S.H.

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The PAN artist discusses five records relating to his recent Scythians EP, with hardstyle, industrial and IDM among the styles covered. 

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Best reissues and archival releases: September

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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.

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Scratching the Surface: Farbwechsel

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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.

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Werkhaus: A Shared Visual Approach

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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.

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