If you don’t know about Karol Radziszewski’s Dik Fagazine, you should
We talked to Karol Radziszewski, a Warsaw-based artist and editor-in-chief of a groundbreaking queer publication that focuses on Eastern and Central Europe.
“Brian Eno liked Immunity a lot” – Jon Hopkins interviewed
After a hell of a year, we sit down with reigning king of emotive, sucker punch techno Jon Hopkins to talk autogenic training, Coldplay and comedowns.
Mark Barrott’s ultimate Balearic playlist
With a solo album adhering to the ideals of Balearic on the way, we put in a call to Spain and asked International Feel’s Mark Barrott to guide us through thi ...
Matthew Herbert on Jazz
Matthew Herbert talks about the influence jazz has had on him and his belief that we'd be better off if society was little bit more like a big band.
“When you’re in a room by yourself in the dark, who are you?” – An interview with Kelis
Louise Brailey talks to enduring and outspoken R&B star Kelis about her the central role that food plays in her life, the importance of family and why people wh ...
“The best dub goes far beyond music—it’s a way of looking at the world.”: The Bug recommends Ekoplekz’s Un ...
The acclaimed producer—whose work ranges from improv, industrial, dubstep and dancehall—comments on a singular voice in a new generation of UK experimentali ...
Beats Per Month: March 2014
In our BPM column, we review a clutch of the most intriguing electronic music currently on offer. This month, Louise Brailey on EeOo, Evian Christ, Minor Scienc ...
Too Many Man: Katy B’s Real Guide to UK Funky
Katy B is the pop star we deserve. Here Louise Brailey interviews UK bass music's biggest success story Katy B, who in turn ventures her own picks of the genre ...
Far From Devon: An interview with Metronomy’s Joseph Mount
After the Mercury-nods and the support slots for Coldplay, their fourth album 'Love Letters' could finally see Metronomy cross over into the mainstream.
Last Man Standing: An interview with Marcel Dettmann
We caught up with the Berghain resident—whose marathon sets are the stuff of techno lore—to talk excess, anarchy and playing drones to excited tourists.