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Interviews

Big Zuu, The Joints Show and the evolution of grime radio

Big Zuu, The Joints Show and the evolution of grime radio

Long gone are the days when grime radio shows were restricted to pirate stations in London. The scene has evolved…

No Symbols: Familiar faces

No Symbols: Familiar faces

This south London party is fast gaining a reputation for cutting edge club music and a familial atmosphere.

Interview: DJ Milktray

Interview: DJ Milktray

The Glaswegian producer speaks out following his contribution to Red Bull Studios Riddim Rally.

SNØW and Ahadadream discuss their new label, More Time Records

SNØW and Ahadadream discuss their new label, More Time Records

More Time Records is the new imprint founded by SNØW and Boiler Room’s Ahadadream, and last month they launched with a powerful collaborative…

In conversation with UK Afrobeats pioneer Mista Silva

In conversation with UK Afrobeats pioneer Mista Silva

Mista Silva talks dance clashing, African pride and the meteoric rise of Afrobeats.

Jacques Greene: Looking inward

Jacques Greene: Looking inward

The Montreal producer returns with his debut album for LuckyMe, and is taking a new approach to his club-driven R&B.

Nico Lindsay: Capturing the moment

Nico Lindsay: Capturing the moment

Nico Lindsay discusses his early days in north London, and offers advice for aspiring MCs.

The Newcomer: Everything and nothing

The Newcomer: Everything and nothing

patten’s Kaleidoscope label begins a “new era” with this mystery producer’s debut.

Blackwax on London-based collective Circadian Rhythms

Blackwax on London-based collective Circadian Rhythms

Blackwax sheds light on the vision for Circadian Rhythms, and the people involved.

Interview: Reset Robot

Interview: Reset Robot

The producer breaks down his label, Whistleblower.

Peggy Gou: Everything happens for a reason

Peggy Gou: Everything happens for a reason

To say Peggy Gou had a meteoric rise last year would be something of an understatement.

PYUR: “I wanted the listener to feel powerful”

PYUR: “I wanted the listener to feel powerful”

For an emerging artist, Munich-raised Sophie Schnell’s identity as PYUR is remarkably lucid.