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Four Tet and Domino records settle court case over royalties dispute
The producer and his former label have agreed on a 50% royalty rate for his music on streaming services
NYC garage: Swami Sound is evolving garage by bringing it back to its roots
Swami Sound gets in the mix and speaks to Arielle Lana LeJarde about the history of garage and his own take on the sound
A history of freestyle with Chrissy
Chrissy gives us a run down on the history of freestyle, an overlooked but much-beloved genre
Inventor creates CD-vinyl hybrid that sounds better "than any other format"
Creator T Bone Burnett said it's the "first breakthrough in analog sound reproduction in more than 70 years."
Jodie Harsh: "My first time in a club felt like waking up from a dream"
Dazzling, dynamic and taking the dancefloor by storm — Ms. Harsh talks us through her personal nightlife revival
Cyclic Revolution: Debit’s radical new album reconstructs Mayan musical history
Martyn Pepperell speaks to Mexican-American artist Debit about indigenous resistance, revolutionary art and the path to her new album 'The Long Count'
What are perpetuity deals in record contracts? And why they're a problem
High profile artist-label disputes are a defining feature of the music industry. Kwame Safo examines arguably the cruelest aspect of many music recording contracts
A historic Daft Punk concert is streaming now for one time only
The one time only stream is being broadcast to mark the release of a 25th anniversary edition of 'Homework'