Freeez’s John Rocca talks us through the making of the electro-funk mega hit ‘IOU’
Resident archivist Jack Dangers examines composer Mort Garson and his Moog modular classics
Depending on your vintage, you’ll know him from Gong, or as the big cheese of The Steve Hillage Band, or maybe he’s arch Orb collaborator and System 7 kingpin. As a boxset of Gong’s Virgin years emerges, we enjoy a free-range chat with the multi-faceted Steve Hillage
From blind machine fury to rip-roaring bass monsters and ear-bending synthesis, Tom Jenkinson is always pushing boundaries, no matter what shape. With the release of a new album, we find him in reflective mood… can it be that Squarepusher is mellowing?
A friendship forged in Tasmania, cemented in Sydney and immortalised in two two epic, yet intimate albums. Stewart Lawler and Jonathan Elliott are Kl(aüs) and they have something important to say about umlauts
The tragic tale of the original pop Svengali would be fantastic enough even without the black magic, gangland threats and a pill-popping climax of paranoia, rapidly declining fortunes and murder… through a series of interviews, conducted in the late 1990s and early 2000s, many with collaborators, artists and assistants who have since died, we tell the incredible tale of Joe Meek
The French disco don returns with a new album that both stretches back to his dancefloor beginnings and reaches into the future. Cerrone talks sampling, Soho and Studio 54…
Location: London Est: 2013
Keith Seatman talks us through the first and last records he bought, and one he couldn’t do without
The track titles alone sound like long-lost episodes of early 1970s ‘Doctor Who’.