Electronic

30 seconds interview: JOYYA

Synth-poppers JOYYA are a well-oiled duo specialising in anthemic slices of shimmering electronics. We catch up with one half of the outfit - Ben Dancer - to learn what makes him tick...

Featured artist: Tallsaint

Tallsaint is Leeds newcomer Louisa Osborn, who deals in classy electronics with a shiny pop veneer. Debut single, I'm A Woman (After All) is a real slow-burner...

Interview: Adam Stafford

Adam Stafford's ace new LP, Fire Behind the Curtain, reflects art-rock, ambient, drone, vocal experiments and electronica through a classical lens. We get the inside track...

Interview: Phaedra

'As audiences for classical music grow older and smaller, it’s vital that new generations of listeners are created' - Phaedra violinist Peter Granell on how experimental ensembles are keeping the genre alive...

Interview: Elderbrook

'The experiece taught me you don’t need to inject a whole lot of cash into a song to become a success, which is a great place to be': Elderbrook on his Ivor Novello Award-nominated track Cola...

Featured artist: PLYA

Just three singles in and with stacks of praise already, PLYA (pronounced 'playa', the Spanish for beach) are going places with their dark and dreamy electronic pop...

Interview: Nicky Wain, Ninja Tune

Ninja Tune head of international Nicky Wain on building audiences overseas, going local in new territories and what's next for electronic music after EDM...

Interview: Submotion Orchestra

'Bryson Tiller sampling All Yours has definitely brought around a new younger fan base and street cred for us' - the genre-defying Leeds band on why rappers love their sound plus going DIY for their new album...

Interview: Matthew Collin

'Despite the globalisation, dance music is still a mixture of disparate movements and tribes whose members are fierce believers': Rave On author Matthew Collin on global electronics in 2018

Interview: Beatrice Dillon

'To perform your own music overseas is a total honour, to do what you love somewhere new, and be welcomed, is amazing': UK techno producer Beatrice Dillon on crossing international boundaries...