Location: Hay Under Wythe, UK Est: 2014
Alice Hubble on the first and last albums she bought and the one she turns to in an emergency
Prince said we should party like it was 1999, and, as far as we know, he hadn’t even heard the debut album by Middlesbrough’s Space Raiders.
Immersion’s Colin Newman and Malka Spigel gang up on the quick-fire question machine
Try get your head round the idea that our columnist is into Formula One
Back to the Future The journey of Saint Etienne, now entering their fourth decade of existence, is often…
Minimalist electroacoustician Sarah Davachi reveals her love of prog rock (sshhh!) and the impetus for her distinctive ambient and drone compositions
In an exclusive extract abridged from their new book, ‘Renegade Snares – The Resistance And Resilience Of Drum & Bass’, authors Ben Murphy and Carl Loben pick their way through the origins of the more mellow offshoot, and it all starts with LTJ Bukem
From wartime bombings to the creaking of tree bark, Janet Beat has always been fascinated by sound. Now in her 80s, this contemporary of Daphne Oram and Delia Derbyshire is finally being recognised for her pioneering electronic work
The latest Haiku Salut album is based around found sounds the group have gathered from across the globe over the last five years – often in very strange and spooky places. Is your spine ready for some tingling?