Adrian Sherwood

Dub innovator and true-blue guardian of the faith, Adrian Sherwood has been an active force within music’s inner and out reaches since the 70s. Sure, he boasts a string of production credits for big guns like Depeche Mode and Nine Inch Nails but he’s done it without deviating from his vision. 2012 marked the 31st birthday of his resolutely underground label On-U Sound; an anniversary he celebrated by releasing one of his most fully realised albums of his career, Survival & Resistance.

Likewise, this dubwise, sub-heavy Electronic Beats Radio Session illustrates his unwillingness to compromise. Expect your teeth to rattle and your chest to shake.

Interview: Lunice “Sonar was really the epic moment”

October 14, 2011 in Interviews by Zsofi Erdei

Budapest’s Space Is Called parties always provide quality sounds from distinctive, up and coming beatmakers on the A38 ship upon the river Danube. Last time’s headliner Lunice from Glasgow’s Lucky Me imprint was fascinated by the glitch-hop, dub-step orientated sets local DJ Cadik. After he played, Lunice presented a live set that ended up as – more

The Ten Best Depeche Mode Remixes

March 6, 2013 in Lists by Louise Brailey
The Ten Best Depeche Mode Remixes

From their earliest days, Depeche Mode have understood the transcendent power of a good remix. We rifled through the swathes of Depeche Mode remixes out there (trust us, there’s a lot) to pick our ten favorites—it’s deconstruction time again. – more