Andy Price

Public Service Broadcasting’s J Willgoose on his new lockdown record and making generative music

With lockdown restricting full-band recording for PSB's next album, and without his key kit, Willgoose found himself adrift, with only a selection of outdated and underused tech in his home studio. With this, however, he crafted an extraordinary solo record as Late Night Final.

The Avalanches on Carl Sagan’s influence and their retro modern sampling approach

After a 16-year hiatus between their seminal debut and its vibrant follow-up, the pair have returned with the final piece of the triptych. We speak to them about their evolution, and how they crafted We Will Always Love You in a quarter of the time its predecessor took.

Neu!’s Michael Rother on forgetting his heroes and finding inspiration during lockdown

Rother drafted the blueprints for punk and electronica in the early 1970s with bands Neu! and Harmonia. And the multi-instrumentalist continues to make and perform music with relentless zeal. As a new boxset brings together his varied solo works, he reflects on his decades exploring new frontiers.
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