What would happen if Tame Impala released a drone record? Frontman Kevin Parker discusses audience expectations and reactions to ‘Currents.’
Julia Holter and Lucrecia Dalt make disembodied pop which confronts expectations of female artists…but they employ very different methods of creation.
Unsound is Europe’s premier “adventurous” music festival, but what does it mean for festivals and music when people lose sight of the adventure?
The PAN stalwart and Urbanomic boss discuss Britney Spears in a conversational match made in heaven.
An out-there hardcore band from Java wowed the underground with its debut LP and explosive performances. Here we explain why we can picture them blowing up.
The trance techno icon invited Buchla trailblazer Suzanne Ciani to his garden to chat about the sensuality of machines.
Nick Höppner has just revealed the first single from his forthcoming LP, ‘Folk,’ so we took the opportunity to reveal our print review of Steffi’s LP.
Mark Smith spoke to Polska about the issue of memory in Eastern Europe, whether creativity can exist in eternity and trying to return art to the real world.
Burnt Friedman tells Mark Smith about why and how no one understands music.
Lots of people attempt to find an emotional connection to the music they listen to. As Mark Smith argues, that’s almost impossible to do with the insularity of Drexciya and James Stinson’s side project, Transllusion.
House producers John Barera and Will Martin talk about sampling and the artistic value of dance floor functionality.
The Brooklyn producer discusses why he was underwhelmed by Steve Reich’s recent concert in Brooklyn, and how his legacy has contributed to some of techno culture’s rigid orthodoxies.
Last week, Berlin Atonal returned to Kraftwerk for the second time since its 2013 reboot. Was it true to the uncompromising spirit of old?
In the latest edition of our new tech series, techno producer Tin Man shares the methods behind his acid lines and offers tips for the producer who’s just starting out.
The Berlin-based house newcomer weighs in on the frustrations of production on the cheap and the fallacies of the analogue-vs-digital debate.