Holly Dicker talks tunes with the UK techno artist.
This Dutch label specialises in strange dance floor sounds. Holly Dicker meets the crew behind it.
Holly Dicker meets the original dubsteppers, who just dropped their first new music in five years.
Holly Dicker profiles a polymathic Danish artist who is currently making some of the most powerful electronic music out there.
One of the most talked-about techno artists of recent years steps out of the shadows for his first-ever interview.
The prolific German-born composer has written for stage, opera, ballet, screen and, most recently, sleep. But, as Holly Dicker found out, there is one thing that ties Max Richter's many projects together.
The Italian artist's music is always in a state of flux, which, as Holly Dicker explains, is what makes it so exciting.
More than running one of their city's best labels, Heartbeat and Francois X are devoted to helping techno flourish in Paris. Holly Dicker takes a close look at this inspired family of artists.
This time 20 years ago, a record label started in London that would play a vital role in the development of UK garage. Holly Dicker tells the story of Ice Cream Records and the rise and fall of the scene.
Is Bangface the most unique rave out there? Holly Dicker certainly thinks so.
"Aphex Twin stitched me right up." Holly Dicker absorbs the anecdotes of the freewheeling UK artist.
He's only three EPs deep, but, as Holly Dicker explains, this French techno artist is gathering serious momentum.
Nirvana, Duran Duran and GZA—the Warp mainstay discusses his tastes with Holly Dicker.
Electro, techno and beyond—Holly Dicker links up with the celebrated Detroit duo.
Insect riders, swinging pendulums and seven-ton rocks—Holly Dicker spends time with the always unconventional Warp artist.
"I fucking hate releasing music." The Canadian breakcore artist tells Holly Dicker why he doesn't care what people think of his work.
From Prince and Depeche Mode to industrial techno: Holly Dicker charts Bryan Black's remarkable journey.
After ten years and experimentation in countless genres, the Irish duo are now producing some of the most distinctive techno around. RA's Holly Dicker charts their journey.
The Romanian techno artist tells RA's Holly Dicker how producing his latest album nearly drove him to "the brink of insanity."
Berghain's creative director talks shop.
Hip-hop, film scores, disco, Kollywood: The Finders Keepers boss plays us some records.
Sasu Ripatti is one of electronic music's most curious and prolific producers but, as RA's Holly Dicker recently found out, he's by no means in love with the genre.
RA talks to the Polish odd couple in advance of their upcoming appearance at The Warehouse Project.
Some of the most impressive shows at Bloc 2012 will be held inside the MS Stubnitz, a former fishing vessel. RA's Holly Dicker gets her feet wet.
Napalm Death, Godflesh, Techno Animal: RA delves into the world of the Birmingham-bred noisemaker.
Dominic Flannigan, the creative director of the Glaswegian collective, takes us through some of their design work.
Complexity and ambiguity are the hallmarks of one of experimental electronic music's leading lights in both music and conversation. RA's Holly Dicker peels back the layers.
RA goes in-depth with the graphic designers from one of experimental electronic music's most exciting labels.
RA's Holly Dicker quizzes the breakcore pioneer about some of his cherished tunes.
The prolific producer has crafted one of the best records of the year. RA's Holly Dicker catches up with Travis Stewart to find out about his many sounds.
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Mon, 22 Aug 2016
Joe Muggs profiles some of the new, old and wonderfully obscure members of the braindance tribe.
Fri, 5 Aug 2016
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Dutch archive institute RE:VIVE have curated sounds from Madagascar, Switzerland, Tahiti and China—and an accordion—on their latest sample pack, which they're giving away for free.
Thu, 21 Jul 2016
Watch the gritty techno producer make a club banger for FACT.
Thu, 16 Jun 2016
BBC Radio 4 profiles the charismatic artist, from broken home to inner city life and beyond.
Mon, 2 May 2016
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Fri, 29 Apr 2016
Fader profile seven DJs, label owners and radio show hosts who are pushing the genre forward.
Fri, 1 Apr 2016
The Warp sound artist and composer speaks to the BBC about her latest installation, a museum on a bus in China.
Fri, 25 Mar 2016
"You don’t need to create a racket to be heard..." David Robson muses on the mystic, playful and contentious deceit that is "silent music" for BBC Culture.