A selection of engaging interviews with deep thinkers and influencers from the global electronic music community.

Distant Dancefloors: New Pioneer DJ Documentary Looks At COVID-19’s Impact On Electronic Music Industry

See an early look at how the pandemic has impacted the electronic music business.
Pioneer DJ has released a documentary, Distant Dancefloors, about the early impact of COVID-19 on the electronic music industry. It features interviews with Blondish, Eats Everything, Honey Dijon, Luciano, Rebuke and others as they first started to deal with the fallout

[Interview] In Conversation: Eats Everything

It’s no secret that making a name for yourself in this industry is hard work. There’s no tried and true to finding success other than pure dedication and devotion to your craft, and even then there are still no guarantees. For some, the journey is shorter than others, and for Bristol-based artist Dan Pearce, it

Dave Lee Drops Joey Negro Moniker

UK DJ and producer Dave Lee – known by a dozen aliases but best known as “Joey Negro” – is dropping the name.
The move comes a day after a petition begun by DJ/producer Monty Luke and supported by a wide array of Black electronic music artists lead to Marea Stamper dropping her “Black Madonna”

Roy Rosenfeld Discusses the Industry in the Wake of COVID

We’ve talked at length at Change Underground about the unprecedented challenges the industry has faced at the hands of COVID-19. Today, we welcome Israeli progressive maestro, Roy Rosenfeld, into the form to shed his own light on what’s going on—particularly in the realm of live streaming, and its use as a revenue source of the

Feature: Navar [Interview]

Through releasing material on Guy J’s Lost & Found Records, Navar emerged in 2014, firmly establishing himself in the world of deep melodic house. Subsequent releases for Cid Inc’s Replug Records, Hernan Cattaneo’s Sudbeat Music and Belgian Events brand EDGE, further solidified Navar’s place amongst the genre’s elite. Now on the cusp of his debut

Anthony Pappa | Interview

Anthony Pappa has, without a doubt, been Australia’s most prolific DJ export ever. Having started his career at the tender age of 13 it came as no surprise to anyone when he won the illustrious DMC mixing championships by the time he turned 15 and by the age of 21 Anthony was already tearing the


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