To celebrate the arrival of her reissued album on RVNG, Anna Homler details the story behind Breadwoman in this delightful interview with Brendan Arnott.
With a third solo album under his belt, Belgian sound artist Yves De Mey is profiled by James Manning.
Ahead of their long-promised debut album, Dirk Leyers and DJ Nomad discuss all things Africaine 808 with Matt Anniss.
LA artist Neal Reinalda discusses his multiple, restless pursuits and the themes behind his work as Phork in an interview with Brendan Arnott.
Kai Alce discusses the past, present, future and all things NDATL with Richard Brophy.
Modular synthesis, techno, collaboration and more is under discussion as M. Geddes Gengras speaks with Ian Maleney.
Oli Warwick meets up with Marco Bernardi to trace his path in techno from cult Scottish night Club 69 to overseeing the Elevator Sound shop in Bristol.
The Manchester-based producer speaks with Aurora Mitchell, revealing the long-standing relationship with Pinch that resulted in Tectonic releasing his debut album Better Strangers.
On a hot summer's afternoon, Lorenz Lindner tells Rose Mardit about his music, art, upbringing, work with Kassem Mosse and more.
Nic Tuohey travels to Leipzig to speak with the people involved with Institut fuer Zukunft, a club with a fast-rising reputation.
Richard Brophy reports on Light From The Outside World, the recent performance by Jeff Mills and The BBC Symphony Orchestra, discussing the project with the Detroit icon.
Industrial music, production methods and darkness are under discussion as the Bristol artist speaks about his upcoming debut album Black Body Radiation.
Logan Sturrock shares the story behind his work as Florist with Brendan Arnott.
Juno Plus editor in chief Tony Poland caught a train to Manchester for tea, parmigiana and a heap of music talk with Hoya:Hoya resident and DJ Jon K.
Richard Brophy tracks down Beau Wanzer and learns of the Chicago producer's understated approach to making and releasing music.
The conceptual artist discusses his various stylistic practices, his role in Primary Information, the future impact of new streaming platforms and more.
Japanese producer Gonno reflects on the shift in his sound that has resulted in a wonderful new album for Endless Flight.
Fresh from releasing his debut album, core Deepblak member Damon Bell discusses his production methods, collaborations and much more with Brendan Arnott.
The German artist talks Harmonious Thelonious, The Durian Brothers, non-standard rhythms and Düsseldorf's music scene with Oli Warwick.
James Manning learns of Christina Nemec’s punk roots, Carinthian escapes, queer feminist issues of her label Comfortzone, and role models, to her band Shampoo Boy and solo project Chra.