Paul Roberts and Russ Morgan join us to pull a rewind on one of UK dance music's most influential LPs, Universal
Steve Cobby and David ‘Man’ McSherry talk us through the making of their sample-happy 1995 album Maim That Tune
Attica Blues' self-titled 1997 debut album coined a new sound in British Black music. We find out how it was made
Terre Thaemlitz's 2009 LP calls out house music for the old lie of ‘life, love and happiness’ and tells the stories of the marginalised communities from which it emerged
Fresh from Mo' Wax and signed to Virgin, Simon Richmond plundered the major-label coffers to produce his most daring release yet. Here's how the album was made
Om Unit unravels the non-conformist DnB of Threads, his 2013 album that fused dubstep, jungle, and garage rhythms with progressive beatmaking and grandiose sound design
"I was really skint at the time, basically eating cabbage and bean soup. But, I was the happiest I think I’ve ever been, because I just knew I had this album"
Back in 2010, Underworld’s production mainstay talked us through the band's seminal mid-’90s long player
Twitch, please! Streaming is part of the new normal, and bags of fun. If you’ve been meaning to make the leap, read on
The legendary hip-hop DJ breaks down some hard-learned hints and tips that’ll have you cutting it up like a pro in no time.
The legendary DJ defends Pioneer DJ’s DDJ-SB3 controller, calls out so-called “purists”, and sorts his Christmas list