|Tue, 06 Oct 2009  /  uyb
The man responsible for it all (techno music that is) gives an honest, and at times highly personal interview to Bleep 43.
Mon, 05 Oct 2009  /  808heinz808
Current RA feature star Melvin Oliphant III AKA Traxx gives a brief but broad ranging interview to DMC Update, touching on his upbringing, drugs and Kurt Cobain.
Mon, 05 Oct 2009  /  ryankeeling
Mnml ssg's Chris Hobson summarizes the "feelings, experiences and sounds" that made up Japan's ninth annual Labyrinth festival.
Mon, 05 Oct 2009  /  terrencefuller
Despite being over over nine months away, tickets for 2010's Glastonbury, the 40th anniversary of the festival, have sold out in less than a day.
Mon, 05 Oct 2009  /  RA
UK DJ/producer Wayne Goodlitt AKA Roska weaves a fine 45 minute example of why UK funky is making waves right now.
Sun, 04 Oct 2009  /  toddburns
UK broadsheet The Guardian gives a straightforward appraisal of the sampler's enduring impact upon pop, hip-hop and electronic.
Sun, 04 Oct 2009  /  groovefactor
The Economic Times looks at the apparently burgeoning popularity of electronic music in India, where the genre now accounts for 3-4% of domestic sales.
Sat, 03 Oct 2009  /  davidberkley
The Scottish producer talks shop about his new LP Green + Gold, and explains why his nation love making funk fuelled grooves.
Fri, 02 Oct 2009  /  terrencefuller
Alan Abrahams runs through some of his favourite youtube music moments including clips from Cajmere, Master C+J and Suicide.
Fri, 02 Oct 2009  /  samlouis
The paper reports on the unconventional ways the city's vinyl dealers are continuing to ply their trade away from the traditional shop front.
Fri, 02 Oct 2009  /  ryankeeling
The Italian duo pick apart the influences, musicians and collaborators that went into producing their debut LP Bla Bla Bla.
Fri, 02 Oct 2009  /  RA
International Deejay Gigolo has just released another statement regarding the allegations that DJ Hell used recordings that required Felix Da Housecat's permission to release.
International Deejay Gigolo Records, on behalf of all the staff and DJ Hell, would like to thank everyone for supporting our music, in particular the single 'The DJ feat. P. Diddy.
' We are happy to report that the reception has been great, and therefore appreciate those that have left the music to do the talking.
Fact 1: Both Gigolo and Hell support Felix and have not only shared stages with him but even previous records/releases and all manner of fun things.
Fact 2: P. Diddy and Bad Boy have have heard the Hell record, like it, approved it and handed the copyright over to Gigolo to release on the Hell album and remix and re-release as a single.
Fact 3: Gigolo did approach Felix about the recordings and their origin sometime ago but no conclusion (or email response) was made from his side.
Fact 4: Despite a request from Gigolo, DJ Hell was denied the opportunity to meet with Felix at a recent party in Paris where they shared the bill. In spite of this Gigolo is keen to see both Techno dj/producers sit down with a cup of tea and talk the matter over.
Until we manage to realise Fact 4 we would like to put this whole story down as a misunderstanding, and we wish Felix good luck with the release of his new album.
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