Emma Warren has been documenting grassroots music culture for decades. She is the author of Make Some Space: Tuning Into Total Refreshment Centre, Steam Down: Or How Things Begin and Document Your Culture. Emma was a founding contributor to Jockey Slut magazine, worked on staff at The Face, and spent six years as an editorial mentor at Brixton youth-run Live Mag. She has a monthly radio show on Worldwide FM and runs her own Sweet Machine publishing. Her work has appeared in: The Guardian, The Observer, Time Out, Fader, Select, Mixmag, Dazed&Confused, Muzik, DJ Magazine, Downbeat and others.
(photo © Theo Ndlovu)
List of articles in the library by artist
Interview by Emma Warren, Jockey Slut, October 1997
IS SPEED GARAGE SELFISH? IS EVERYONE A NUMBER? DOES DERRICK MAY LOOK LIKE EDDY MURPHY? GERALD SIMPSON THINKS SO AND HE'S SEEN BIGGIE AND TUPAC ...
Interview by Emma Warren, Jockey Slut, December 1997
AIR ARE THE MOST SOPHISTICATED DUO TO EMERGE FROM THE PARISIAN SCENE. EMMA WARREN FINDS THEY HAVE MORE IN COMMON WITH DEBUSSY THAN DAFT PUNK ...
Interview by Emma Warren, Jockey Slut, February 1998
ED RUSH AND OPTICAL HAVE JOINED FORCES WITH VIRUS, THEIR NEW IMPRINT DEDICATED TO DIRTY DRUM 'N' BASS. EMMA WARREN GETS INFECTED. ...
Interview by Emma Warren, Jockey Slut, June 1998
JEFF MILLS, LAUNCHES HIS PURPOSE MAKER ALBUM, ABOUT LIFE IN THE 21ST CENTURY, WITH A PHOTO EXHIBITION OF HIS FAMOUS 'FAST' HANDS AND LESS FAMOUS ...
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