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Interviews

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Interviews

  • Richard Norris is one half of the Grid, one half of Beyond The Wizard's Sleeve and all of Time & Space Machine.
  • If one man came to epitomise the sound of New York house in the late '80s and early '90s it was Todd Terry.
  • Recently departed Gang Starr rapper Guru chats with hip hop legends Run DMC.
  • One half of Was (Not Was), a man with several Detroit dance hits to his name, discusses Motown, Mojo and the motor city.
  • Quentin Harris is a man of many worlds, whether it be hip hop, pop, deep house or a three course meal. Harris always delivers.
  • Prins Thomas is a direct decendant of the Vikings, part of the Norwegian disco mafia and a hugely in-demand remixer, DJ and producer.
  • Jane Bussmann lived acid house to the full then became an award winning comedy writer and author of Once In A Lifetime.
  • Super-prolific producer on New York's downtown scene, who worked with everyone from Arthur Russell to Nile Rogers.
  • Heading the Berlin house resurgence, Innervisions boss Dixon, talks to us about his life, Berlin, Berghain and the wall coming down.
  • Famous for 90s vocal classics like Feel So Right by Solution, Victor Simonelli is New York house royalty
  • Born of London's suburban soul scene, his Street Corner Symphony produced some of the 90s most influential house.
  • One of hip hop's founding fathers, famed for channelling gangs into parties and doing some serious digging.
  • The diggers' digger, and one of the men behind Mo' Wax's glory years, on beating blizzards to buy records.
  • From light-man for Walter Gibbons to DJ at Studio 54. Kenny is still spinning house and classic disco today.
  • A great showman and one of the true pioneers of disco. He also gave Frankie Knuckles and Larry Levan their first jobs.
  • A mainstay of disco's early years, the originator of remixing and the accidental inventor of the 12-inch single.
  • The man behind The Village People recalls the first nightclubs in post-war Paris and how he once borrowed a warship.
  • DJ don of the Sheffield scene and the man behind All Seeing I, Sweet Exorcist and Spook...
  • His ride from Hacienda obsessive to son of god, plus the fattest paycheck he didn't cash.
  • When The Embassy Club imported Greg from the US in the 1970s he brought disco mixing with him....