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TP PODCAST #202: MILK & SUGAR

When you speak with Michael Kronenberger, AKA Milk & Sugar, you’re instantly aware that you’re in the presence of a veteran. Starting as a duo together with Steffen Harding in the mid-90’s, Milk & Sugar would quickly become regarded as an authority in European house, informed as much by the

Early last year, Norwegian electronic music duo Röyksopp sent fans into a tailspin after the appearance of a mysterious post on social media, teasing… something. That post would evolve into a cryptic website, and that website would eventually unlock to reveal the world of Profound Mysteries, the latest galaxy in

Over the past two decades, Berlin label Get Physical Music has grown into one of the world’s most revered and trusted electronic music imprints. What started as a project between friends to establish the sort of space they wanted to see in dance music, Get Physical is a name that

Danish composer and multi-hyphenate producer Trentemøller is an undisputed icon in alternative music. Since the 90’s, he’s been essential in shaping the sound of the underground in all its shapes and forms, from post-punk and to electronica. Though often recognised most as an electronic musician, Trentemøller’s scope has never been

When speaking with Andy Butler, better known as the creator of ever evolving electronic music act Hercules & Love Affair, you’ll find yourself struck by his cool, assured demeanour. He exudes a quiet strength, the same sort of turbulent romance you can hear in the DNA of the music he

Los Angeles art rockers HEALTH are one of the most interesting acts in the worlds of noise and industrial, with their unique blend of influences that span from the dive bar to the dance floor, and has the unwavering approval of Trent Reznor. Their latest project, the two part DISCO4,

Roland Leesker is a legend. The producer and DJ is best known as the head of iconic dance music label, Get Physical, and during his time at the Berlin imprint he’s grown the label to become a leading institution in house music. But it’s Leesker’s own love and passion for

When it comes to disco, Dimitri From Paris is somewhat of an authority. An expert selector and connoisseur, the ‘gentleman DJ’ understands the history of the music that he plays and that he’s playing it for a new generation altogether. He’s been instrumental in the establishment of popular disco nights

The rise of South Africa’s gqom as one of the foremost genres in dance music can be traced back to one innovator: Durban’s DJ Lag. Widely credited as the pioneer of the form, it’s Lag who is responsible for gqom’s distinctive hard edged, bass heavy sound known colloquially as ‘uthayela.’

With over three decades in the game, Berlin producer Steve Bug is nothing short of an icon.  As the head of multiple labels including Poker Flat and Raw Elements, Bug is not only one of the most influential tastemakers in electronic music, but an artist who knows quality when he

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