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“All of this will fade away”: Ron Morelli and Eric Copeland discuss L.I.E.S., <em>Logo My Ego</em> and 15 years of friendship
A wide-ranging discussion between two underground lynchpins. Earlier this year, Ron Morelli announced plans to release Eric Copeland’s Logo My Ego, a five-track mini-album with the warped gro [...]
“I was the first one who introduced him to ketamine.” Guy Gerber opens up about working with Diddy on <em>11 11</em>
“I was the first one who introduced him to ketamine.” Guy Gerber opens up about working with Diddy on 11 11
Interviewed by Alex Macpherson •  19th September 2014 • 
Diddy Dirty Money may be no more, but the impact of the trio's sprawling, brilliant romantic opus Last Train To Paris continues to be felt. Two electronic mixes preceded it and a mixtape of R& [...]
Wave Theory: talking post-punk and bass culture with Jah Wobble
Wave Theory: talking post-punk and bass culture with Jah Wobble
Words by Robert Barry •  17th September 2014 • 
Jah Wobble has been putting the old firm back together. He speaks habitually of his players – in this case, longstanding group The Invaders of the Heart – as “the firm,” as if their bu [...]
“Please don’t print that”: Marianne Faithfull opens up on Serge, drugs and rock’n'roll
“Please don’t print that”: Marianne Faithfull opens up on Serge, drugs and rock’n'roll
Words by Jeremy Allen •  16th September 2014 • 
We're supposed to be talking about the new album, but when it’s Marianne Faithfull you’re parlaying with it’s easy to go someplace you’re not meant to. I’ve been strictly briefed by  [...]
“Stop using rap culture against us”: the definitive Busdriver interview
“Stop using rap culture against us”: the definitive Busdriver interview
Words by Laurent Fintoni •  16th September 2014 • 
What happens when your entire career is attached to the idea of alternative rap or leftfield hip hop? Regan Farquhar probably has a good idea. The son of Ralph Farquhar, screenwriter for 1985 r [...]
Pretty love machine: how Youth Code are dragging EBM back from the dead
Pretty love machine: how Youth Code are dragging EBM back from the dead
Words by Louis Pattison •  15th September 2014 • 
Youth Code’s new record A Place To Stand might have just been conceived as a stopgap between last year’s self-titled debut and the follow-up due next Spring, but it feels like a giant leap for [...]
“Didn’t Hawtin and Villalobos WANT to be featured?”: Filmmaker Amélie Ravalec on total immersion in real-deal techno
“Didn’t Hawtin and Villalobos WANT to be featured?”: Filmmaker Amélie Ravalec on total immersion in real-deal techno
Interviewed by Joe Muggs •  12th September 2014 • 
Don't call it a comeback. Techno of all flavours is, of course, everywhere now – and maybe it feels like there's a creative revival of some kind because suddenly indie-alternative or fashion  [...]
“I’m 15 years older than most of the people in clubs, but it doesn’t bother me”: Caribou interviewed
“I’m 15 years older than most of the people in clubs, but it doesn’t bother me”: Caribou interviewed
Words by Louis Pattison •  12th September 2014 • 
Four years have passed since Swim, Dan Snaith’s third album as Caribou, but don’t call it a hiatus. In the meantime, he’s put out an album of dance music, Jiaolong, under his Daphni alia [...]
Happy hardcore: Roman Flügel on pleasure shock and writer’s block
Happy hardcore: Roman Flügel on pleasure shock and writer’s block
Words by Bjørn Schaeffner •  10th September 2014 • 
Roman Flügel's recording career dates back to the early 1990s, and he's barely paused for breath since. Flügelspotters have been spoilt for choice over the last 20 years: a slew of 12"s and a [...]
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