The Zenker Brothers Have Spent A Decade Redefining Techno
We caught up with the German siblings to celebrate the last ten years of DJing, producing, and heading up one of the most influential labels around.
How Reagan-Era New York Nightlife Could Provide a Template for the Next After-Dark Revolution
Charting the life and death of New York nightlife with author Tim Lawrence.
How Shifty Science Went From Skateboarding to Quietly Remolding Chicago House Music
Lifelong friends John Kardaras and Chris Ike reflect on the most experimental period of their collaborative output.
The Odd Couple, or How Tuff City Kids Have Got the Magic Touch
We spoke to Gerd Janson and Phillip Lauer about their phenomenal debut album 'Adoldesscent.'
We Caught Up With Skream to Talk Fabric, Mental Health, and Ten Years Since His Debut Album
In the decade since his debut release, Oliver Jones has proven himself one of the hardest working DJs in the world.
It Turns Out that the Steve Aoki Documentary is a Film About Dad Issues
Whenever Aoki throws a cake in somebody's face...who is he really throwing the cake at?
Here's What Happened When We Went to Dreamland Theme Park With Artwork
We sent the UK's leading dance music-theme park combo journalist to preview the site of Bugged Out's next party!
Beyond the Wizards Sleeve's Decade-Long Search for Modern Psychedelia
Just what is "psychedelic," anyway? As we steer ourselves away from the term's birthplace in the 1960s, we spoke to Beyond the Wizards Sleeve, the electro-psych "sonic brotherhood" of Erol Alkan and Richard Norris.
Meet the Shit Robot Who Lives in a Castle and Introduced James Murphy to Dance Music
Irish acid house veteran Marcus Lambkin––who DJs and produces as Shit Robot––has led a rich and strange life. I hung out with him at his castle on the eve of the release of his new album.