The veteran Finnish artist is deeply inspired by a new musical tuning system, which is also… well, it's difficult to explain. Angus Finlayson attempts to unlock the mysteries that are fuelling the best music of Aleksi Perälä's career.
Five years since their first party, this collective has become one of the most dynamic and truly international outfits in dance music. Kit Macdonald speaks to its principal members: Andrew Thomson, Auntie Flo and Esa Williams.
This time 20 years ago, a record label started in London that would play a vital role in the development of UK garage. Holly Dicker tells the story of Ice Cream Records and the rise and fall of the scene.
Two years and three EPs since they began making music, it's all coming together for Ronan Downing and Peter Ward. The Irish duo tell Ray Philp how their friendship and the generosity of one of their heroes got them where they are today.
For 28 years and 52 events, Southport Weekender pushed a remarkably varied mix of sounds to a diverse and friendly crowd. Stephen Titmus attended the final weekender to uncover the event's history and enduring appeal.