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Meet Moor Mother, the Political Poet Spitting Blood With Her Synthesizers

We went to Philadelphia to spend a day with the industrial-noise rapper and producer giving voice to this generation's battle cry.
Rachel Kraus
2.7.17
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Hot Chip's Alexis Taylor Explores Collaborative Contemplation on New Album, 'Listen With(out) Piano'

In conversation with the avant-electropop frontman about the duality of his latest project.
Josh Baines
1.26.17
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After the Fire, an Uncertain Future for Artists in Oakland

7 days after the deadly blaze, the city's creative community fears more dangers lie ahead.
Gabrielle Canon
12.12.16
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Watch Laurie Anderson Reflect on Lou Reed, Her Recent Film, and Decades of Thrilling Creativity at Moogfest

The iconic sound artist sat down with DJ Lance Rock in Durham last May.
THUMP Staff
12.7.16
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Discussing Politics, Power and Public Enemy With Levon Vincent

We caught up with one of the community's more outspoken members to discuss David Mancuso, Noam Chomsky, Martin Luther King and a lot more
Josh Baines
11.24.16
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Boiler Room Open Up About Their Ill-Fated Weekender: "We Need to Organise Ourselves Better if We Really Value Safe Spaces"

Organizers explain what they would have done differently—and how they're making sure last weekend's mishap never happens again.
Michelle Lhooq
11.10.16
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A Conversation About Ecology, Excess, Truth and Club Music With J.G. Biberkopf

The Lithuanian artist talks us through the dense themes behind his new LP.
Lewis Gordon
11.8.16
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How Simian Mobile Disco Became Techno's Most Unlikely Champions

On the eve of their fifth LP 'Welcome to Sideways,' Jas Shaw looks back at the twists and turns of Simian Mobile Disco's long career.
Jemayel Khawaja
11.8.16
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Roman Flügel's Record Collection Is a Shapeshifting Tour Through the History of House and Techno

Following the release of his stunning new album, the legendary German producer and DJ invited us into his Frankfurt flat for a memorable morning.
Thomas Venker
11.7.16
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Kuedo's New Record Is a Heart-Stopping Two-Headed Beast

The British producer's 'Slow Knife' merges taut craft with chaos.
Larry Fitzmaurice
10.21.16
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The Wikileaks Story Is Even More Dramatic Thanks to This Composer's Auto-Tuned Opera

The Source's Ted Hearnes talks about his musical take on the human cost of war and the many faces of Chelsea Manning.
Shawna Kenney
10.21.16
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We Got Jóhann Jóhannsson to Conjure Up a Mythical and Futuristic Playlist

Everyone's favourite Icelandic composer runs us through ten strange, cerebral selections.
Josh Baines
10.18.16