Sun, 28 Jun 2009 /
Four RA correspondents travel the streets of Barcelona looking for the perfect party: The highs and lows of Sonar 2009.
Be it techno, electro, dubstep, house or UK funky, Glasgow's Wireblock have got it all after just three years in the game. RA's Richard Carnes tracked down the trio behind the label's diverse and consistent output to discover more.
Mark E has made a name for himself over the past few years by slowing things down. In advance of his gig at the Garden Festival next weekend, we talked to the DJ/producer about his slow and sure rise to the top of the disco/house heap.
Brock van Wey's deeply emotional ambient music has been making waves since he first started releasing tracks a few years ago. RA's Chris Mann tracks down the reclusive producer to talk about China, Krav Maga and why he's anything but dub.
RA's Lee Smith meets Planetary Assault Systems' Luke Slater to talk about the dangers of flirting with the mainstream, his lack of nostalgia for the '90s and the real reason it took him so long to return to techno's main stage...