"You could say we have a gear addiction,” say the Icelandic neo-classical/ambient duo
This west London sound broke free from four-to-the-floor rigidity, creating an underground genre that lives on
With its overt nod to climate change, Cut Copy’s sixth album Freeze, Melt is their most contemplative to date. Dan Whitford tells us how it was made...
Let’s look beyond subtractive synths and straightforward sampling to find tools that create weird, ear-catching and thoroughly modern drum sounds
“There’ll be artists that sneak by despite not having the quality, but there could be all kinds of reasons for that"
A heady mix of Jamaican-British sound system culture, garage and broken beat, dubstep was a defining ’00s sound
Following the breakup of Dutch bass trio Noisia, former member Thijs de Vlieger recently released his debut Thys EP and is making plans for a career in soundtrack production
Grammy-nominated film score composer and trance legend Brian Transeau is back with his first dance music album in seven years
The US synth-pop duo on how a new studio, a love of modular and touring as a 10-piece band inspired their latest LP
"Now everyone has a laptop with Logic, Ableton, Pro Tools or Fruity Loops, but I consider them musicians not producers."
Born out of New York’s Paradise Garage club in the late ’70s, the roots of garage music go back to DJ Larry Levan
As they prepare to release their new album, Portals, Mark Wilkinson and Nick Douwma discuss recording it at Peter Gabriel's Real World Studios