A singular DJ outlines his philosophical approach to the craft.
This annual gathering in the Japanese countryside is a haven for children, dogs and ravers alike.
We toast to a decade of Will Bankhead's label, an exceptionally curated outlet for noise, techno, house, drone and much more.
Electronic music is booming in East Africa, and a small collective based in Kampala is at the heart of it all. Aaron Coultate travelled to Uganda to hear their story.
Through her radio show, mix series and record label, Izabel Caligiore has created a sound world for the midnight hour.
Aaron Coultate meets one of Detroit techno's most elusive artists.
Aaron Coultate speaks to the revered Japanese composer about overcoming cancer, The Revenant and his absorbing new album.
Paul Nicholson, the person behind the Aphex Twin logo, discusses the sketches that led to his iconic design.
One of Tokyo's most revered diggers plays Aaron Coultate a selection of ambient, pop, boogie and rock from Japan.
The Rush Hour cofounder's sets traverse genres, tempos and continents. He shares 23 years of DJing wisdom with Aaron Coultate.
This week's decision to reopen fabric was a landmark moment. But, as Aaron Coultate writes, many of the UK club scene's biggest challenges remain.
RA heads to a Seoul nightclub at the centre of a buzzing scene.
With a rich network of sound-obsessed cafés, bars and small clubs, Aaron Coultate explains why Tokyo might be the best place in the world to listen to music.
Moko Shibata uses music to escape the dreary realities of the nine-to-five. Aaron Coultate pays her a visit in Tokyo.
Musée du quai Branly has a remarkable music collection. Aaron Coultate meets some of the artists it has inspired.
Nightlife professionals from London, Berlin and Amsterdam sit down to discuss how to deal with the many threats facing one of the world's best club scenes.
Andrew Hogge is a seasoned digger. Aaron Coultate visited his Los Angeles home to hear the records he cherishes most.
A cult selector from The Hague explains the DJ style he's been honing for 30 years.
Aaron Coultate peeks inside the record collection of one of Europe's foremost diggers.
A small record shop on Portobello Road is one of London's musical institutions. Aaron Coultate explores its remarkable history.
Aaron Coultate meets one of dance music's warmest characters.
There's a small bar in Düsseldorf where strange music thrives. Aaron Coultate tells its story.
This Scottish duo manipulate their music to create something rich and vivid. Aaron Coultate travels to the core of their unique sound.
Aaron Coultate tells the story of Versatile Records, from Acid Arab to Zombie Zombie.
Aaron Coultate meets Matt Werth, the force behind of one New York's pre-eminent experimental dance labels.
Aaron Coultate catches up with one of this year's most talked-about new labels.
A string of well-received records has landed William Burnett at a career crossroads. Aaron Coultate dials up New York to talk life decisions.
Aaron Coultate speaks to Marco Sterk, the Amsterdam producer whose oddball tastes mark him out from the pack.
"Everything we do is a contradiction." Aaron Coultate meets the London trio to discuss the joys—and agonies—of repetition.
Aaron Coultate sits down with the Bristol collective to talk grime, guns and PJ Harvey.
For the freaks, by the freaks: RA's Aaron Coultate enters the world of Crème.
The dense, labyrinthine streets of Paris's 11th arrondissement are home to one of France's most promising new labels. RA's Aaron Coultate investigates.
RA's Aaron Coultate talks to the iconic French artist about vintage synths, vaporized techno and society's fear of the future.
Having swapped California for The Hague, XOSAR brings a mystical flair to her house tracks that sets her apart. RA's Aaron Coultate finds out more
Rich collages of jazz, ambient and house.
Eight tracks that combine Bugandan drumming with traditional instruments and contemporary electronics.
The Detroit DJ pays tribute to a cherished nightclub.
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Contemporary club music from East Africa.
Sumptuous sounds from the Fourth World innovator.
Fri, 14 Dec 2018
The final stock from this year's charity football tournament at De School in Amsterdam is now on sale.
Wed, 12 Dec 2018
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The event promises to be an "intergalactic rave in the beating heart of the Midlands." Batu and Truly Madly are also billed for the first night, taking place at Lab11 on February 15th.
Mon, 22 Oct 2018
Emily Dust travelled to Durban in South Africa to find out more about a style of music that's gained global traction in recent years.
Tue, 21 Aug 2018
Our second event at the Hackney Wick spot, happening on Monday, August 27th, will feature two of 2018's most exciting DJs.
The US DJ's two-hour recording for Radio 1 includes a couple of her own unreleased tracks.
Thu, 2 Aug 2018
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Wed, 25 Jul 2018
Nyege Nyege affiliate Kampire, who recently wrote an article for Resident Advisor about her favourite East African artists, features in Alice McCool's report.
Feshareki's interpretation of the piece was recorded at this week's Pioneers Of Sound at London's Royal Albert Hall.
Tue, 10 Jul 2018
Our monthly Brilliant Corners series is making a summer-long move to Giant Steps. We'll stream two hours of Tim Lawrence and co. this Sunday, July 15th, from 7:30 PM until 9:30 PM BST. Entry is free.
Wed, 4 Jul 2018
You've read our profile of Luca Cara—now dive into a selection of the Italian producer's best tunes.