"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
If you want to get creative with the harmonic structure of your remix, there are a few things you'll need to think about…
Lauded for his production skills by contemporaries like Hodge and Batu, Bristol’s Lurka is the archetypal ‘producer’s producer’. We pick his brains for production and sound design tips
From its roots in ’70s avant-garde experimentalism, industrial has had surprising commercial crossover success
With the release of their sixth album New Me, Same Us, Little Dragon find themselves at the peak of their powers
Built around sparse beats, repetitive loops and simple arrangements, ‘minimal’ dance music might look easy to make, but it's not as simple as it sounds...
Stuck in a rut of reaching for the same chord progressions? With a little lateral thinking and some pivot chords, you can bust out of the norm