Thu 13/Jan 2011
Dance music is more popular than ever in the United States. But for organizers of large-scale festivals within the country, it's harder than ever to convince local governments that the events are anything more than lawless raves.
Oakland's Armon Bazile has built an under-the-radar label featuring largely his own productions that has released some the deepest music of the past decade. RA's Todd L. Burns dives in.
The Italian-born producer had a breakthrough year in 2010, but he's not done yet. RA's Grego O'Halloran talks DC-10, Bruce Lee and more with Davide Squillace.
The outspoken DJ/producer is turning his back on the industry. But that doesn't mean he's giving up music. RA's Will Lynch talks love and evolution with Jay Haze.
From remixes of Depeche Mode to releases on Connaisseur, the German DJ has always straddled the line between overground and underground. RA's Todd L. Burns catches up with Hannover's tightrope walker.