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“Dance music is folk music”: Why James Holden is still inspired by rave culture
James Holden's new album imagines a parallel rave reality. He speaks to Charlie Bird about joyous music, counterculture and the natural world
Need for speed: Why the UK fell back in love with bassline and speed garage
Warped basslines and inched-up garage have been hurtling through UK clubland since the late ‘90s and rippling through the noughties. Decades on, these sounds have come back into the charts and the underground with a burgeoning new wave. What do the originators think about it?
Sudan Archives' violin-charged R&B is detonating classical conventions
Cici Peng speaks to Sudan Archives about the wild playing style of West African violinists, being kicked out by her family for pursuing music, and creating her own home in music
“Making good music is completely different to writing hard bars”: SamRecks is doing UK rap his own way
SamRecks is no underdog but a man on a mission within the UK rap game. The newcomer talks about how he has mastered lyric-writing, finding his sound and polishing his look.
“My art is not a joke, it’s literally my legacy”: IAMDDB is completely independent and creatively unshackled
Ahead of her first album in three years, Mixmag speaks to the Angolan artist about her influences, the stagnation of modern-day music, and the creative possibilities of being her own boss
Eliza Rose has made history and conquered the UK charts. What’s next?
After achieving stardom with her UK No.1 and Sound of the Summer 2022 hit 'B.O.T.A', Eliza Rose speaks to Shahed Ezaydi about her affinity for East London, performing at the MOBOs and still getting imposter syndrome
Fatboy Slim applauds Gary Lineker during set in Manchester
The veteran DJ and producer showed support for the football pundit during his headline show at the O2 Victoria Warehouse
Mystery to one: WTCHCRFT's vocal-driven techno will put you under a spell
A techno producer with a hip hop foundation, Arielle Lana LeJarde chats to Brooklyn mainstay WTCHCRFT about true crime, going to the toilet at HÖR and navigating hijacked Black spaces