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In Session: Lamin Fofana
The Sierra Leonean poet of sound talks literature and sound, and shares a mix that communicates a disconnection and yearning to reconnect with the clubbing scene
How partying became protest: Matthew Smith's rave photography documents the loss of freedom
With an update to his social history book Exist To Resist, Matthew Smith is shining a light on government oppression and the need for resistance
Gilles Peterson: “Great art is full of mistakes, it gives it character"
Ahead of his collaborative project STR4TA’s second album, the legendary broadcaster, DJ, producer and label head talks Tyler, the Creator, squatting and music thriving in adversity
Sun, sea and slammers: ION festival brought ferocious warehouse energy to the 'Albanian Riviera'
The long-awaited Ionian debut from LWE added a distinctly industrial flavour to Dhërmi's festival haven — but don't call it "Junction 2 abroad"
Aural renegade: ¥ØU$UK€ ¥UK1MAT$U's bewildering blends will touch your heart and blow your mind
Having honed his DJ skills after fighting cancer, ¥ØU$UK€ ¥UK1MAT$U is on a mission to share his kaleidoscopic selections with the world
How ‘Song 4 Mutya’ became one of the UK’s most enduring pop-dance anthems
15 years since its release, Megan Townsend talks to Tom Findlay of Groove Armada and Mutya Buena about how they brought '80s-synth-positivity to the nation's dancefloors
Shinichiro Yokota is a revitalised hero of Japanese house music
Japanese house pioneer Shinichiro Yokota champions the principles of "simple and beautiful" production. He speaks to Mia Pattillo about Tokyo DJ battles, returning to music-making, and why less is more
John Frusciante: “Jungle is my favourite kind of music ever”
Selling out stadiums with the Red Hot Chili Peppers while producing breakbeats? Ralph Moore delves into the electronic world of this acid aficionado