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Umor Rex: Graphic Representation

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Emma Tucker discusses the clean typography, use of geometric shapes, bold colours and striking photography that distinguishes Mexican label Umor Rex with founder Daniel Castrejón.

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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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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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Dark Entries: Creatures Of The Night

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Richard Brophy talks with Josh Cheon, founder of Dark Entries, whose ‘back and forth’ approach to releasing music has firmly put the San Francisco label on the map.

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Local Action: Flipping the Underground

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Local Action’s take on underground UK club music has never been more relevant than it is now. Scott Wilson talks to label boss Tom Lea about how his interest in pop, garage and grime has shaped the label into the entity it is today.

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Invisible City Editions: Friends of Mine

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With their Invisible City Editions imprint, Brandon Hocura and Gary Abugan are redefining how we interact with the past. Brendan Arnott discusses the label’s formation with the pair, and what they have planned for the future. 

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Diagonal: Funny Lines and Dangerous Angles

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Diagonal: Funny Line and Dangerous Angles

The Diagonal label has been injecting some humour into the typically serious world of techno and industrial electronics. Scott Wilson sits down with the minds behind it to talk about the club, sleeve design and glowsticks.

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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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Astro:Dynamics: Community, fragility, personality

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Astro:Dynamics: Community, fragility, personalityScott Wilson speaks to Astro:Dynamics boss Luke Owen about the label’s DIY approach and unique position in the current musical landscape.

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Veronica Vasicka: Living For The Citi

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Veronica Vasicka in discussion with Richard Brophy on how New York City informs the spirit of her Minimal Wave and Cititrax labels.  Read the rest of this entry »

Tracking down the weird and wonderful: A discussion on all things Emotional with Stuart Leath

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Matt Anniss speaks to self-professed record nerd Stuart Leath, the man behind a trio of labels that champion music from the margins. 

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Timeless Treasure: A Discussion with Tabernacle Records

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For our final label feature of the year, the trio behind Tabernacle Records speak to Richard Brophy and turn in a mix of label highlights and current influences.
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Another Time, Another Place: The Sequencias story

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Brendan Arnott speaks to JM De Frias, founder of the New York-based Sequencias which is quietly becoming one of the city’s most interesting techno outposts.

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Anòmia: Multi-disciplined actions and the inability to name objects

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Arnau Sala and Ivy Barkakati, the two Barcelona-based individuals behind the intriguing Anòmia imprint, speak with Matthew Kent about their multi-disciplined approach to running a label.

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M>O>S Recordings: Techno Music For City Slickers

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We head over to Amsterdam as Richard Brophy checks in with Aroy Dee, whose M>O>S Recordings label is on the cusp of its tenth anniversary. 

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Mister Saturday Night: Keep it in the Neighbourhood

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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.

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Killekill: Acid Ist Fertig

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James Manning speaks with DJ Flush; head man at Berlin club night turned multi-faceted label Killekill, who also turns in a mix of the label’s highlights to date. 

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Of Basements and Buckfast: The Dixon Avenue Basement Jams story

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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.

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Great Circles: Intersecting Spheres

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Brendan Arnott speaks to Justin Gibbon, the man behind Great Circles, a label from Philadelphia whose ‘shifty’ take on improvisational electronics is beginning to seep through into the wider consciousness. 

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Giegling: Rustic Tales from Weimar

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Since 2009 Weimar-based label Giegling has constructed a micro-assembly of orchestral kinetics and thunderhead techno that’s forging new pathways through a forgotten wasteland of minimal decay and lost dub. James Manning tracked down label co-founder Konstantin to discuss Giegling’s distinctly rustic charms – we also procured a mix from Konstantin that adds some flavour to what the label are doing. 

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