We catch up with the Belarusian post-punks following the release of their third studio album
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Back in 1993, Orbital took the sound of the street and put it on their new album - quite literally, in fact. Future Music’s Dave Robinson went round to their place...
Our ultimate beginner's guide to synthesis concludes with a look into the wonderfully complex world of modular
Creating new ideas for chords and melodies can be challenging. This technique can help you find new ideas when you're stuck for inspiration
The limitless invention of Autechre's productions caught the attention of Future Music as early as 1994, when Simon Trask spoke to them following the release of the classic LP Amber...
Bristol’s Scalping sit at the exciting cross section between rock, electronic music and avant-garde art
The Prodigy’s album Experience is an hour of mental-speed-techno-terror, and David Robinson loved it. Back in 1992, he spoke to Liam Howlett about how it was produced...
Go against the grain with sublime soundscapes and sonic textures in the latest edition of our ultimate beginner's guide to synthesis
Our ultimate beginner's guide to synthesis continues with a dive into the nuts and bolts of frequency modulation