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FEATURE/INTERVIEW: John Sellekaers

The innovative producer and audio engineer John Sellekaers has crafted a vast discography from the late ’90s to the present, spanning numerous genres and pseudonyms. He is known for his unique approach to sampling and production, blending electronic music with cinematic influences to create deeply atmospheric records. Alec Jetha explores the evolution of his career, […]

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INTERVIEW: DMX Krew

We caught up with Ed from DMX Krew to discuss his latest album “Unlikely Seeming”, his creative process, love for vintage hardware, approach to collaboration, and more. Hi Ed, how are you doing? I’m alright thanks. You’ve become known for the 80s hardware-driven sound that we hear on this album. How do you approach making […]

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Juke Your Body

‘Juke Your Body’ is a genre thinkpiece written by Threads co-founder Lee Kirk Fagan, originally appearing in issue 4 of Ribbed Magazine back in 2011. The article explores the rise in international popularity of Chicago’s Juke and Footwork scenes in the early 2010s. It features interviews with Dave Quam from the ‘IT’S AFTER THE END […]

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INTERVIEW: Thrilogy

We get the lowdown from long standing Bristol based DJ, label boss and producer Thrilogy. No stranger to the world of dance music, he’s been making waves in city, across the UK and beyond since arriving in the city as a student in the 1990s, and has been involved in some big projects such as […]

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As We Walk Toward Addis: Psychedelia, revolution and research in Ghana and Ethiopia with Afrocat

“Ghana was the first country to gain independence from colonisation. We grew up with Kwame Nkrumah’s name in our house. The spirit of revolution is in the music. And we need that spirit now to make changes in the world.” This is the mission statement of Afrocat (@afrocatmusic), a Brighton-based and currently nomadic DJ with […]

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REVIEW: Come Bye Festival 2023

This feature is the fourth and final piece of our Grassroots is Greener series – which looked at the health and sustainability of the small, independent, dance music festival scene, and talks to the punters and organisers that make it possible. Come Bye is totally unique, fully without pretension, and relaxed to a T. It’s […]

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