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Something’s growing in the Russian underground, and Moscow producer Kedr Livanskiy is at the root of it
Devil’s Pie, a new documentary about the life of D’Angelo is an intimate portrait of a famously unknowable artist
Where do humans and machines overlap? Can we ever understand AI? Should we be listening to trees? Composer Holly Herndon contemplates our near future with technologist James Bridle
With rumblings about master rights and money troubles in the music industry growing louder, artists need to be more aware of their ownership options than ever before
In Brazil, the suppression of baile funk comes alongside a brutal crackdown on the country’s black population.
With every new track, Keyah/Blu reveals herself as an increasingly essential new voice. We meet the rising talent in London to find out what the future holds.
With just an iPhone and a guitar, Steve Lacy declared himself the sound of a generation. With his debut album, he proved he’s the sound of a fluid future
((( O ))) works alone from a solar-powered treehouse studio in the jungle. For this month’s Rising, she chats blissful R&B and a sustainable creative process.
In his own words, the Japanese producer reflects on how the art of repetition kickstarted his acid techno explorations
Judy Russell, a key player in the evolution of New York’s dance music scene passed away earlier this month, Nick Boyd pays tribute to her work.
After a storm of viral success, the 20-year-old songwriter is learning to embrace the unknown. We meet the artist at her apartment in Bushwick to talk young adulthood and fame
Daddy Yankee’s third studio album seeded the culture of reggaetón for a cross-cultural boom. 15 years later Latin dance music owes Barrio Fino a major debt.
The UK’s first major exhibition on rave culture, the Saatchi Gallery’s Sweet Harmony: Rave | Today, fails to capture the political spirit of the movement.
For the past year, No Homo has been pushing New York’s LGBTQ+ nightlife forward, we meet its founder Desmond Sam ahead of the club night’s first birthday.
The revolutionary electronic musician reflects on a life’s work at the vanguard of music – and why she’s still an old-fashioned composer at heart.
Rising stars Flohio and RIMON star in the new campaign for Appelsap X Ace & Tate, celebrating Amsterdam and London’s unique perspectives.