Time to jack! Three hours worth of Chicago House, featuring Lil Louis, Jesse Saunders, Adonis, Mr. Fingers, Phuture, and the Hot Mix 5.
Blending operatic vocals, brooding pop, new wave and live theatrics to create something special: Austra’s Katie Stelmanis in the chat.
German producer and Version label boss Orson weaves deep UK voices into his meditative, bass-heavy dubplates.
Freeform beats and dark atmospherics: the man of many aliases brings his screwed chops and hardware body music to RBMA in Montréal.
Uproot Andy, Geko Jones and Riobamba touch in with New York City’s restlessly creative MC Princess Nokia, live from our studio.
Discovering hardcore, studying drums and the finer points of his artistic practice: Lorenzo Senni explains his modus operandi.
Manchester’s Hoya:Hoya affiliate, Academy alum and Ninja Tune producer Illum Sphere charts his life in sound.
Burning down the house: chunky grooves and euphoric breakdowns from The Maestro himself. Live at Ireland’s Life Festival.
NYC disco impresario and The Gallery legend Nicky Siano tips his hat to Sleeping Bag Records. Captured live at Good Room in Brooklyn.
In the beginning there was Jack – and Frankie Knuckles. The man himself on the very roots of house music.
The regarded London producer, DJ and record collector talks us through his packed career: searching for the hi-fi soul in all things audio.
LA-based beatmaker and NNA Tapes affiliate Ahnnu shares his diverse inspirations: from Stockhausen to Pusha T, and beyond.
On this month’s Chicago spotlight, multi-hyphenate scene ambassador Malcolm London and Tim Kinsella of rock’s enfant terribles Joan of Arc.
Karara, DJ Stoner Dad and Robert Piotrowicz feature as journalist and DJ Filip Kalinowski sheds some light on Warsaw sounds old and new.
Talking science, seclusion and the making of his new album with Bristol’s shoegaze bass auteur.
The Brooklyn producer and promoter trawls through her grab-bag of styles, from soca-fied R&B to accelerated rap. Recorded at RBMA Montréal.
Following a surprise stateside landing, the Jamaican sing-jay joins Max Glazer and Kenny Meez in our NYC studio for a live interview.
Hypnos Hour returns with a selection of magic movie moments, including songs and scores by Can, Fever Ray, Johnny Greenwood, and more.