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RA: Label of the month: Growing Bin Records

9 April 2018

It takes less than a minute of our interview for Growing Bin’s label boss to check that this feature isn’t going to, you know, make too much of a “thing” about the label. Sebastian Grätz, who’s best known as Basso, leans over and grins: “I get about five emails a week asking to do PR […]

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The art of DJing: Mumdance

9 April 2018

On a Saturday night back in late January, I accompanied Jack Adams to Corsica Studios for a booking that would be highly unusual for most DJs. First, he was playing back-to-back in the main room with Sunil Sharpe, a techno DJ who’d rival anyone out there for the speed and intensity of his mixing. Then, […]

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RA: Machine Love: Borusiade

9 April 2018

Miruna Boruzescu’s sound is often compared to EBM, industrial and new wave. But when you speak to the Romanian artist, you realise it’s not so simple. Since she began releasing music on Cómeme and Correspondant in 2016, Boruzescu’s knack for setting vivid scenes and telling intimate stories has distinguished her from her contemporaries. Where some […]

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RA: Playing Favourites: Jex Opolis

9 April 2018

At one point during our interview, Jered Stuffco picked a cheesy record from his past to, in his words, “keep it real.” Stuffco is the kind of DJ who plays anything that grabs him, regardless of what it is, where it came from or how cool it is. Kitschy Italo sits next to out-there European […]

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Machine Love: Phil Moffa

5 February 2017

Producers love Phil Moffa’s studio. That’s partly because it’s a treasure trove of killer gear—not just top-shelf pro audio equipment, but also shelves of vintage rarities and weirdo toys that are a delight to explore. It’s also because of his immaculate organization, which means producers can immediately make music without worrying about which instruments are […]

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Label of the month: Workshop

3 February 2017

On the afternoon of Workshop’s NTS special last November, the weather was warm enough in London for Gillett Square to feel full of life—skaters grinding the low curbs, guys selling bikes at suspiciously low prices, the smells of weed and Ethiopian food mixing in the autumn air. Inside the tiny white shack that is NTS’s […]

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Playing Favourites: Noise In My Head

1 February 2017

Although you can regularly catch Michael Kucyk behind the decks at some of Melbourne and Sydney’s most esteemed clubs, radio is where his heart truly lies. The Melbourne native has hosted Noise In My Head, a two-hour show billed as a “freeform sonic excursion,” since 2005, the bulk of which was broadcast weekly on the […]

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Some thoughts on 2017

7 January 2017

Last year I spent a lot of time thinking about the politics of dance music. Interviews with people in Tbilisi’s club scene made more clearly than ever the connection between rave culture and social change. The tragedy at Pulse in Orlando gave cause to reflect on the nightclub’s role as a haven for marginalized […]

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AC Slater & Taiki Nulight collaborate in deep bass EP "My Peoples"

18 October 2016

Night Bass Records founder AC Slater is back at it again alongside associate Taiku Nulight in a wobbly deep bass EP, My Peoples. Inspired by the riveting basslines of UK garage and house, Slater and his imprint are bringing themselves to the forefront of the bass scene with releases like this. With its “back to basics” mantra and desire to […]

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Stream Dusky’s new album ‘Outer’ in full

18 October 2016

London-based duo Dusky have released their sophomore LP Outer, their first since 2011’s Stick By This. The group hasn’t remained static since then, however, releasing numerous EPs in the interim — most recently last summer — along with various one-offs and an unveiling of Outer‘s first single in April. As can be expected, the duo’s signature style, veering from […]

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