John Digweed: “It really doesn’t get any better than that” The legendary DJ talks about epic sets, his Live In Montreal and Re:Structured albums in this video interview originally published on March 13, 2016

JOHN Digweed claimed his place in electronic music’s hall of fame a long time ago. In a career spanning three decades, his partnership with Sasha was the stuff of legend and he has gone on to become one of the most revered DJs in the world thanks to his unmatched style and ability to construct mesmeric, epic, dance floor soundscapes. The recent announcement that he will be back performing with Sasha for the first time in 6 years at The Social Festival in Maidstone has been met with huge excitement from all corners of the dance music community after...

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Dubfire and Oliver Huntemann interview each other as they release new collaborative album Retrospectivo The Techno giants go back to back asking each other 5 questions about what makes them tick in this unique interview

TWO of Techno’s most influential statesmen, Dubfire and Oliver Huntemann, have recently come together to deliver a comprehensive collaborative anthology called ‘Retrospectivo’ via Senso Sounds. Clubz are extremely pleased have the two legends take some time out of their busy touring schedules and provide a very special and exclusive ‘Back-2-Back’ style interview where they both interview each other. OLIVER HUNTEMANN ASKS DUBFIRE 5 QUESTIONS What is the story behind your artist name? I get asked this question a lot actually and many are surprised by the answer. In short, “Dub Fire” is the name of a song by Lee...

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Pig&Dan: “This was spur of the moment madness all the way” The Techno dons on their new album Modular Baptism, Elevate label, the influence of Drum and Bass and what the future holds for the duo in this interview first published in March 2016

TECHNO dons Pig&Dan have returned with their fourth album, Modular Baptism. Released on their Elevate label, the album as you would expect when it comes to a Pig&Dan long player, has been met with universal acclaim. We caught up with Igor and Dan to find out more in this interview first published back in March 2016. Your last album ‘Destination Unknown’ saw you experiment with more ambient sounds but this long player is a return to your roots. Dan: Oh yes we are definitely back with our Techno hats on again, and even though that last album was refreshing for us,...

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Luciano: “Electronic music is part of our culture and is everywhere” The Swiss Chilean maestro discusses his roots, early career, Cadenza label and juggling family life with his touring commitments in this interview originally published on November 24, 2015

LUCIANO is one of the most influential and ground breaking DJs in the world.  Switzerland born and Chilean raised he has been at the forefront of Techno and House for 2 decades. A forward thinking innovator, he continues to bring his own eclectic and truly unique blend of electronic music and passionate Latin grooves to crowds all over the planet, taking the stage at all the most renowned clubs from Ibiza to Berlin, Peru to Tokyo, via London, Frankfurt, Sao Paulo and everywhere in between. We caught up with him late last year ahead of his show at Electric Brixton to find out...

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Steve Lawler: “Today, electronic music dominates the world” The original King of Space discussed the documentary of his career 'The Art Of The DJ' in this revealing interview originally published on September 3, 2014

THERE is an air of nostalgia in dance music at the moment. A great example of this trend is documentary ‘The Art Of The DJ’ which documents the career of one of the UKs best loved and most creative DJs from the last 20 years, Steve Lawler. The film candidly details the rise of dance music through Steve’s career, from his own early experiences at the first raves, his problems with drugs along the way and his rise through the ranks from Cream to Home to Space Ibiza and beyond. Directed by British filmmaker Piers Sanderson, the film also...

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Octave One: “Detroit forced us to develop our own sound and style” Motor City electronic pioneers, Octave One discuss their fifth studio album 'Burn It down'. Interview originally published on May 24, 2015

DETROIT is synonymous with electronic music and cited by many as the birthplace of techno. Detroit techno pioneers such as Kevin Saunderson, Derrick May, Juan Atkins, Jeff Mills and Carl Craig among others continue to fly the flag to this day and underline why the American city is so important as a reference point in the history and the future of the music. Another techno act from the hallowed Detroit hall of fame are Octave One. Octave One are Lenny Burden and Lawrence Burden (with revolving members of Lynell Burden, Lorne Burden, and Lance Burden) and are known for their...

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Kölsch: “It’s been a very long and rocky climb” The Danish super producer discusses his incredible back catalogue and what the future holds. Interview originally published on March 30, 2016

HIS name may be fairly new to some but Kölsch has been producing under various guises for many years.  It’s his Kölsch moniker that has really turned heads for Rune Reilly Kölsch these past few years and with two incredible artist albums behind him and a slew of superb productions and remixes coming thick and fast, the most exciting years are certainly ahead. We caught up with Kölsch to find out more about his career and what the future holds. You’ve been making music for a long time under a variety of guises but your profile under your Kölsch...

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Groove Armada: “We turned it up, turned the lights off and thought of nightclubs” Andy Cato discussed the band's Little Black Book album and the changing face of dance music in this classic interview first published on June 1, 2015

GROOVE Armada have provided some of dance music’s most memorable moments since the early 90’s, music that defined a generation from ‘I See You Baby’ to the Grammy nominated ‘Superstylin’. Andy Cato and Tom Findlay are firmly installed in electronic music’s hall of fame. In 2010 they ended the era of performing with a live band on big stages and releasing their music on major labels and returned to their roots and the music that inspired them in the first place, putting out some great music on a variety labels such as Hypercolour and Hot Creations in the process. The culmination...

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Brandon Block on moving forward, helping others and the real reasons he went into the Celebrity Big Brother house The legendary DJ opens up about his work helping people suffering from mental illness, addiction and homelessness

THERE’S a lot more to Brandon Block than the hedonism of the 90’s, being a true Ibiza pioneer, one of the best known DJs of his generation, his Brits stage invasion and his famous run in with Ronnie Wood or indeed most recently his appearance on Celebrity Big Brother. We caught up with him this week to find out about not just his Celebrity Big Brother experience, why he decided to go into the house in the first place and his reasons for leaving early but also the important work he does helping people with mental health issues, addiction and homelessness. Plus...

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Laurent Garnier: “I am selling people dreams, a little piece of a good time” The French maestro went deep into his career history and the future of dance music in this interview originally published on August 12, 2014

Legend and pioneer…Laurent Garnier UNDOUBTEDLY one of the most respected names in international electronic music, Laurent Garnier is a man who’s been making the world dance for over a quarter of a century. A true artist and real pioneer in every sense of the word, French-native Garnier is recognised around the world for his profound impact on dance music as one of the major players responsible for crafting the scene into what it is today. Truly passionate about the past, present and future of dance music, Laurent Garnier’s energy, motivations and love for the music means his fans range...

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