With a new album featuring Ricardo Villalobos and Mark Fell among others, this acclaimed experimental guitarist has made a confident stride into the world of electronic music. Andy Beta talks to him about his influences and creative process.
With an uncompromising style forged in Detroit's rave heyday, Russell's spent the past two decades in relative obscurity, but now that's starting to change. Will Lynch talks shop with the ascendent selector.
With an artist roster and aesthetic that makes major labels salivate, this collective faces an enviable challenge: how to grow without getting too big? Ray Philp traces the rise of an inspired Glasgow label.
Party promoters in New York are part of a complex game that most don't even know they're playing. Max Pearl reports on how property developers and gentrification are irreversibly shaping the city's dance music scene.
The prolific German-born composer has written for stage, opera, ballet, screen and, most recently, sleep. But, as Holly Dicker found out, there is one thing that ties Max Richter's many projects together.
In an age of declining record sales, many electronic music artists are turning to TV, film and advertising to supplement their income and explore new creative possibilities. Tony Naylor surveys the scene.
Away from the footwork hotbed of Chicago, this Indiana-based artist has created a brilliantly strange take on the sound. Maya Kalev hears what's inspiring one of electronic music's most distinctive new names.
Whether we realise it or not, nightclubs are the battleground for a deeply complex social and political issue. In his latest extended feature, Luis-Manuel Garcia looks at the enormous challenges that governments, promoters, educators, researchers and clubbers face in relation to drugs.