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Separate Mind: Disco Modernism

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Richard Brophy assesses the enduring appeal of Italo disco in the face of newly reissued works on Dark Entries and Mannequin, and more contemporary iterations from Bordello A Parigi and Moustache Records.

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Peder Mannerfelt: All Grown Up

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With a third Roll The Dice album out and a renewed production focus under his given name, Peder Mannerfelt takes some time to discuss matters with James Manning.

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Martyn: You Find the Answers You Need

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Brendan Arnott speaks with Martyn about the change in approach for his new album The Air Between Words, working with Inga Copeland and his recent return to school.

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Democratising Design: An interview with Will Work For Good

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In a new series exploring the visual side of music, Emma Tucker talks with the Maastricht-based studio, Will Work For Good, on democratising good design, embracing economic limits and creating a visual framework for the likes of RVNG Intl and BIS.

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Dusted Down: The untold story of Brain Machine

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Dusted Down: The untold story of Brain Machine
Scott Wilson unravels the misdirection and tracks down Brain Machine, the duo behind one of the last decade’s most unique and underappreciated electronic albums.

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Best Record Sleeves: May

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Records from Mood Hut, PAN, Software, Diagonal and Houndstooth all feature in May’s selection.

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Best reissues and archival releases: May

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Best reissues and archival releases: May

Material from Kerry Leimer, Jon Hassell, Joan Bibiloni, library music from Public Information and an in-depth look at Scottish minimal synth feature in the round-up of May’s best reissues and archival releases.

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Gesloten Cirkel: Murder He Wrote

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Richard Brophy interviews Gesloten Cirkel, the mysterious producer behind one of this year’s best albums.

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Scratching the Surface: Hypothetical Club Constructions

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Scott Wilson investigates an emerging strain of DJs and producers making club music which aims to combine mainstream musical culture with experimental tendencies, discussing Total Freedom, the Janus collective, Dutch E Germ and Sentinel.

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Explanation of Terms: An interview with Kerry Leimer

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Fresh from being the subject of an illuminating retrospective courtesy of RVNG Intl, Seattle-based experimental musician Kerry Leimer speaks to Matt Anniss.

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Approaching With Caution: The Emergence of Vester Koza

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With his darkly seductive abstractions of house and techno, Vester Koza has managed to establish himself as a producer of note in just three records. Oli Warwick caught up with him to find out more about his emergence.

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Fruity Loops, tiny bit rates and other artifacts: An interview with Eugene Ward

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On a sunny day in Sydney earlier this year, James Manning spoke to Eugene Ward about his his work as Tuff Sherm and Dro Carey, his interest in comic books, footwork, sampling and more. 

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Separate Mind: E Is For Exploitation

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The eternal conundrum of taking an established idea and adding a fresh perspective is grappled with as Richard Brophy discusses new and forthcoming music from Omar-S, The Exaltics, Function, VernoN and more.

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A Circular Sound: An interview with Sigha

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A Circular Sound: An interview with Sigha
With his Our Circula Sound label hitting its stride and an increasing number of aliases taking his sound in different directions, Scott Wilson meets James Shaw to discuss his approach to techno.

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Polymorphic Operators: An interview with Sculpture

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Emma Tucker speaks to Dan Hayhurst and Reuben Sutherland, the duo behind the “sound and vision conglomerate” Sculpture about their distinct approach and new album for the Software label.

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A Fresh Take: René Audiard and Blank Slate

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Oli Warwick dials up Soren Jahan, the producer known as René Audiard, and driving force behind the Blank Slate label.

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Best Record Sleeves: April

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Releases from Spectrum Spools, Cititrax, Morphine and Hyperdub feature alongside some impressive looking new labels.

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Best reissues and archival releases: April

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Records from Dark Entries, Minimal Wave, Arc Light Editions and more are among April’s selection of the best reissues and archival releases.

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“That’s American”: An interview with Anthony ‘Shake’ Shakir

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Brendan Arnott speaks with Anthony ‘Shake’ Shakir, one of Detroit’s most humble elder statesmen, about his role in the Motor City’s techno heritage and finishing a new album that’s been in the pipeline for twenty years.

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Scratching the Surface: Holographic trax, grimy techno and bassline pop

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Scott Wilson takes the current temperature of UK-centric and UK-inspired club music in this month’s column, with Celestial Trax, Acre, Beneath, DJ Q and more discussed.

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