The outspoken producer discusses his position within the contemporary grime scene with Scott Wilson.
In advance of #8385 (Collected Works 1983 – 1985), the first of several Cabaret Voltaire boxsets planned for release by Mute Records, the iconic band’s central figurehead and spokesman Richard H. Kirk speaks with fellow Steel City curmudgeon and Juno Plus writer Matt Anniss.
Ahead of a debut album that’s been a long time coming, Chilean producer Ricardo Tobar discusses his roving lifestyle, production methods and more with Josh Hall.
Arguably Britain’s most underrated techno producer, Token mainstay Ø [Phase] speaks to James Manning about his forthcoming debut album Frames Of Reference.
With Rene Hell’s third LP due for imminent release on PAN, the Los Angeles-based artist speaks to Brendan Arnott about the themes behind it and his latest obsession.
Dutch musician Spike Wolters in rare conversation with Golf Channel’s Phil South and Redlight Records’ Abel Nagengast.
Oli Warwick speaks to Martin Jenkins, whose celebrated canon of work as Pye Corner Audio is soon to blessed by an album under the name The House In The Woods.
For our latest Signal Path feature, James Manning descends on Alchemy Mastering to speak with Matt Colton, whose role as mastering engineer to countless labels is perhaps unknown to the wider public.
Flora Wong speaks to Sarah Miles and Anastasia Filipovna, the two founders of rising DIY broadcasters Berlin Community Radio and hosts of the Welcome To The Room show.
Ahead of her appearance at this year’s Unsound Festival, Scott Wilson talks to Camella Lobo about the sometimes challenging path to the release of her debut album, Restless Idylls.
Brendan Arnott talks with Fade To Mind singer Kelela about her physical and occasionally confrontational approach to vocal performance.
Matthew Kent chats to Marquis Cooper – the L.I.E.S. artist better known as Svengalisghost – about his dark and distinctive take on Chicago’s underground dance heritage.
Oli Warwick speaks with 7777 Records boss Jared Wilson, a producer whose style and approach marks him out as quite distinct from his Detroit peers.
James Manning dials up the Bronx and speaks with DJ Spider, head of Plan B Recordings and a man driven by almost insatiable and sometimes challenging creative urges – he also provides an exclusive Spider Bites mix.
Brendan Arnott heads to NYC to meet Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter, the men behind Brooklyn’s Mister Saturday Night parties and label to chat about about their curatorial approach, the community spirit that permeates their parties, and the changing face of the city.
Having just released his debut album as Floorplan, Robert Hood speaks candidly with Richard Brophy about its religious elements, life in rural Alabama and making machine music sound more human.
Scott Wilson speaks to recent L.I.E.S. signing Oliver Vereker about his unique take on industrial techno, the teenage years spent as part of L.A.’s noise scene and his distinct video work.
Richard Brophy tracks down Jeroen Warmenhoven, the Dutch producer and selector known as DJ Overdose, for a discussion on hip hop, film soundtracks and working with Alden Tyrell and St Pauli.
We dispatch Oli Warwick to chat to the two Glaswegians making some noise as the heads of Dixon Avenue Basement Jams – they also provide us with a 75 minute mix of all DABJ material, much of it unreleased.