Matt Unicomb checks in with an unsung hero of US house and techno.
This Japanese label puts a hypnotic twist on classic club sounds. Matt Unicomb gets a rare interview with its founders, DJ Masda and So Inagawa.
We talk shop with the designer behind one of dance music's most recognisable record sleeves.
We continue our feature series based on RA's In Residence events by visiting a German club where simplicity is key.
The veteran DJ is a leader in an increasingly exciting corner of dance music. Matt Unicomb hears about Onur Özer's journey towards stranger sounds.
Behind the decks, Vera Heindel says a lot with very little. Matt Unicomb finds out how she does it.
Romania's minimal sound is evolving. Matt Unicomb speaks with one of its key innovators.
By discovering records from the past, this Berlin collective and label is carving out a fresh new sound. Matt Unicomb unpacks their distinctive style.
Matt Unicomb dials up the Romanian producer behind two of this year's best house records.
This Stockholm collective—led by Abdulla Rashim—is behind some of the most mesmerising techno of recent years. Matt Unicomb gets to the roots of their sound.
A longtime staple of Berlin's Club Der Visionaere, Germann Nguyen is beginning to earn accolades from beyond the insular world of minimal house. Matt Unicomb explains the subtle charms of his sound.
A knack for quality techno is propelling this Italian label into the big leagues. Matt Unicomb investigates.
Raresh has been one of house and techno's most popular DJs for approaching a decade, but very little is known about him. Matt Unicomb tracks him down for a rare interview.
Matt Unicomb checks in with Finland's leading techno producer.
This Sydney label with humble beginnings is now one of Australia's most important independent music operations. Matt Unicomb explains.
For the last few years, this Greek festival has been a singular success in a country with a dire economic situation. Matt Unicomb tells its story.
Dario and Marco Zenker's label has quietly become one of the best in techno. Matt Unicomb tells its story.
Since releasing his first record almost 20 years ago, Inigo Kennedy has applied a hacker's mentality to techno. Matt Unicomb explains why it's kept him in the game for so long.
This new Brooklyn label has a modest aim: to bridge the gap between US and European techno. Matt Unicomb explains.
Matt Unicomb checks in with one of the Australian dance scene's new leading lights.
A word-of-mouth favourite in Berlin for the past few years, Rødhåd's extended techno sets are about to see him break out to an international audience.
Defy expectations: That's the lesson the young DJ/producer learned in his early days in a small Dutch town. RA's Matt Unicomb visits him in his new Berlin home to find out more.
As they prepare for their appearance at We Love Sounds, RA's Matt Unicomb catches up with the Get Physical boys and learns that changes are afoot at one of the world's premiere dance labels.
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Sat, 24 Sep 2016
Courtesy of Francesco Del Garda.
Thu, 22 Sep 2016
This video captures the final seconds of Tuesday night's Music Is Revolution party.
The Bucharest record store has a few tips.
Wed, 21 Sep 2016
Here's the first snap from the week-long takeover.
"Someday" from CeCe Rogers.
Tue, 20 Sep 2016
Emily Thornberry MP, Dan Beaumont, Goldie and fabric's Cameron Leslie are among the participants in the discussion, which begins at 2:30 PM GMT.
Thu, 15 Sep 2016
"A lot of people say it only works when you're playing with someone similar, and that different DJs shouldn't attempt to play records together, but I think almost the complete opposite."
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Ransome Note captures the influential UK artists in conversation.
Wed, 14 Sep 2016
Laura Snapes looks at the links between Richard D. James and his hometown.
The track appears on the Hessle Audio member's upcoming In Drum Play LP.
Fri, 9 Sep 2016
Emma Robertson sits down with the founders of Berlin's new mobile record store.
"It breaks my heart to think it's not going to be there anymore."