Thomas Adam Curry

Currently in his final year, studying at a tiny sea-side town on the East coast of Scotland, Tom occasionally writes music reviews and interviews for Dazed Digital and i-D Online, as well as for his blog tac: www.thomasadamcurry.tumblr.com.

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Isaac Tichauer Mix

The Aussie producer creates a tropical summer mix for us filled with catchy basslines and lush deep house

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Dre Skull: Natalie Storm Exclusive

The Mixpak label head known for his work with Diplo & Sinden chats to us about his new release brimming with Jamaican vibes alongside a stream of the new one from signing Natalie Storm

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Mndsgn

The US-based producer chats about his use of electronic samples and warm sounds

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Popular Computer

After reworking the likes of Hot Chip and New Young Pony Club as well as developing his sounds with Kitsune, the French producer takes on his second album this year

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French Express

Influenced by the Daft Punk, Lifelike and Fred Falke generation, Leon Oziel takes on his own breed of filter house for 2012

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Capac

The UK-based electronic act apply their dark glitchy bass to remixes for Ninja Tune artists and the likes of vocalist Emily Barker after their On The Shelf release

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Sunless '97

We speak to the London-based musical trio on Warp about crafting hazy electronica beats, their fave websites and love of Moschino

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Doldrums

Having supported Ital at Streets of Beige last weekend, the Montreal via Toronto electronic producer releases his first EP for No Pain In Pop and makes a new mix for us

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Ben UFO's Rinse 16

We speak to the Hessle Audio co-founder about mixing his diverse influences for the esteemed radio station and label's compilation series

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Com Truise

Moving on from his short-lived film career, the American producer focuses on synthy sounds influenced by the likes of Joy Division and Cocteau Twins

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Dark Sky

Set to play eastern electrics' bank holiday party, the London trio on Black Acre and Modeselektor's 50 Weapons label talk to us about their heavy electronic sound