OBJEKT: UNITING CHINSTROKERS AND RAVERS
"Blog house and Ed Banger, which in retrospect weren’t much better than the Vengaboys or Tiësto, were what finally got me into dance music."
ZVUK: THE KAZAKH CLUB NIGHT THAT DANCES FOR TRUTH
"In Europe, people like us can express themselves and stand against the government in safety. Here we can be jailed for it."
Inside Copenhagen’s Fast Techno Scene
"I love introducing sceptical friends to the fast techno we have in Copenhagen … there comes a moment when you can see it split in their body like a virus."
Rubadub: 25 years later
‘Rubadub became a touchstone in the techno world almost from the moment Martin McKay opened the store's first location on August 10th, 1992.’
An ORAL HISTORY OF Optimo
‘Living in NYC I had always wished I was around for the Paradise Garage or The Loft parties but looking back, although it was in Glasgow and not NYC, I had Optimo.’
highlife: globally inspired
‘Highlife and Huntleys & Palmers are equally happy to play a raucous cumbia party in Santiago or a thumping set at Panorama Bar.’
WE WENT TO GEORGIA TO INVESTIGATE THE THREAT TO THE COUNTRY'S CLUB SCENE
“A doctor told me the police were about to take me to the station to do a urine test, and that I should try to escape from the hospital.”
‘creatively Insulting’: Neil Landstrumm on Tresor’s deletion of its own history
“Tresor has an archive of some of the greatest techno records ever released but they’ve completely mismanaged their legacy.”
The Green Door Studio: Live from Glasgow
‘The Green Door Studio, a tiny, (almost) all-analogue recording space in Finnieston in the city's west end, has in just a few years arguably become Glasgow's foremost hub for music creation‘