Meet the Irish rapper who is all about giving back to the people.
Fis, the Berlin-based New Zealand producer whose music is characterised by unstable rhythmic structures and sub bass, discusses his immersive debut album.
Mac DeMarco on being the slacker with the highest workrate.
An interview with writer, photographer, multi-media artist, and No Wave icon Lydia Lunch.
Get to know the emerging New York-based artist whose lush pop songs create a world of melancholy, silence, and space.
Kelly Zutrau of the NYC trio discuss miserable lyrics and major label deals.
Ahead of DMZ's 10th birthday, revisit Martin Clark's feature on the seminal dubstep label/party, first published in Dummy Magazine in 2007.
Now two decades into his career as Destroyer, Dan Bejar talks his grand, lavish new album 'Poison Season'.
Before he plays Dummy's free show at Ace Hotel next week, meet the pop songwriter/producer teaching people to connect.
The adventurous, prolific Finnish songwriter discusses his new album for Weird World.
In 1989, Factory Records launched a classical sublabel, Factory Classical. Label A&R John Metcalfe revisits some of their signings.
Ross Birchard talks studio etiquette, putting TNGHT to bed, and turning down offers in order to finish new album 'Lantern'.
We had a chat with filmmaker Sam Pilling to find out how the video for Pretty came about and what he makes of the response to it.
In the first of a two-part feature on the underground musicians co-opting the icons of hi-def capitalism for their own ends, Adam Harper charts the rise of business class lounge music and the selling of digital smoke.
Get prepared for the 25th year since the birth of "ACIIID" with our guide to the rise of the movement.
A year after he first wrote about vaporwave, Adam Harper revisits the now expanded and mutated genre to highlight the artists who are shaping its future.