The fully improvised Chicago-based future jazz quintet tell their tale.
First words from one of techno’s most intriguing characters.
The rising Belgian explores the roots of his eclecticism.
Botany and Lushlife discuss their new post-rap project.
One of lo-fi house's leading names discusses inspirations, his debut album, and the position of the genre.
One of New York's rising talents talks inspirations and processes behind his latest LP.
Anastasia Vtorova talks about her route into electronics, her noise background, and soaking up influences from everywhere.
The rising French DJ opens up on the anxiety that has held him back for so many years.
The wildly talented DJ-producer reveals his story and discusses his upcoming plans.
We hear the story of Niko Marks, whose 44th studio album, 'Day of Knowing,' was released on February 10 on Carl Craig's Planet E Communications.
Abdulla Rashim is mysterious and exciting in equal measure. In a rare interview, XLR8R discovers why.
Almost two decades after his debut release as Lowtec, XLR8R meets the German electronic tastemaker.
XLR8R shines a light on one of house music's unsung heroes, who also provides an exclusive bundle of music.
XLR8R sits down with the Detroit–New York duo's Ted Krisko to talk about the combo's history, its evolution, and the Motor City's role in the pair's musical ethos.
We checked in with a master of electronic funk, to try to unpack the story behind his distinctive style.
“We come from a lot of hardship and suffering as a city, so we have to hustle harder than most."
Daniel Avery and Volte-Face give us the low-down on their mysterious new collaborative project.
The cryptic Grade 10 artist releases an EP informed by his classical-music studies.
The Hamburg DJ, producer, and remix specialist comes into his own with a series of emotive releases.
His second solo album in the shops, the German producer gets his moment in the sun.
XLR8R talks to the organizers behind the groundbreaking electronic-arts-and-music fest.
A Chicago house stalwart gets the recognition he deserves.
A Montreal party-turned-label explores both the dreamlike and nightmarish ends of the dancefloor.