The Making of ‘I Feel Love’

The pioneer of electronic dance music, Giorgio Moroder, reflects on his 1977 disco hit, working with Donna Summer and creating what Brian Eno dubbed ‘the sound of the future’

Ramsey Lewis on Jazz

From his early years to now, the three-time Grammy award winner reflects on his career as a jazz pianist, the transformation of the genre and what it means to him

The Revival of Slowdive

From being dropped by their label in 1995 to finding a new legion two decades later, Slowdive bassist Nick Chaplin speaks about the band’s unexpected comeback

Soundtrack: Yukimi Nagano

From Prince to D’Angelo, the Little Dragon singer shares the music that has shaped her songwriting

The Unsung Horns: Dick Cuthell

Horn player and record producer, Dick Cuthell, discusses the instruments that have influenced his life in music

Soundtrack: Maxi Jazz

Lead vocalist of British band Faithless reveals his obsession with Todd Rundgren’s album ‘Something/Anything’

Photo – Tawni Bannister

Soundtrack: Esperanza Spalding

The Grammy-award winning bassist, cellist and singer recalls how a cult album by New York Duo Cibo Matto helped shape her music career

Taylor McFerrin performing at Dramuie's Brass and Crimson session in Oct 2016, at Hoxton Hall, London.

Soundtrack: Taylor McFerrin

The keyboardist and producer recalls discovering a life-changing album while searching through records owned by his father, Bobby McFerrin

Exclusive image of Singer/Songwriter Seye Adelekan, from Oliver Spencer's AW16 campaign

Soundtrack: Oliver Spencer

Menswear designer Oliver Spencer reflects on the enduring influence of Talking Heads’ breakthrough album

Miles Davis, Modern Jazz & The Ivy Look

In an extract from Jazz Festival, a new photo book by ‘the Father of music photography’ Jim Marshall, writer Graham Marsh remembers the Ivy league-inspired style championed by Miles Davis

Lee Thompson

Soundtrack: Madness (Lee Thompson)

Saxophonist and founder of the English ska band Madness Lee Thompson remembers a personal introduction to the second album by dub poet Linton Kwesi Johnson

Soweto Kinch (right) performs at Drambuie's Brass and Crimson sessions, as part of Edinburgh Jazz Festival 2016

Soundtrack: Soweto Kinch

Saxophonist and MC Soweto Kinch reveals the tracks that influenced him while growing up in the West Midlands

Soundtrack: David Adjaye

Celebrated British architect, David Adjaye OBE, shares the classic songs that soundtracked his childhood

Soundtrack: Michael Kiwanuka

British soul musician Michael Kiwanuka on the risk-taking Funkadelic record that inspired his new album

Soundtrack: Barney Ales (Motown)

Ex-Motown president Barney Ales remembers the making of Marvin Gaye’s seminal 1971 album ‘What’s Going On’

Daydreaming With Stanley Kubrick

Musician and dj James Lavelle talks to PORT about curating a new exhibition at London’s Somerset House that celebrates the legacy of Stanley Kubrick

Morcheeba members Skye Edwards (left) and Ross Godfrey (right)

Soundtrack: Morcheeba (Ross Godfrey)

Morcheeba founder and multi-instrumentalist Ross Godfrey reveals how Jimi Hendrix’s ‘Elecric Ladyland’ helped shape his career

Soundtrack: Chris Watson

Sound recorder Chris Watson writes exclusively for PORT about European composer that inspired his latest work, The Town Moor: A Portrait in Sound

Jeremy Gara – Photo by Jen Brown

Soundtrack: Jeremy Gara (Arcade Fire)

Drummer for Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire, Jeremy Gara, picks The Cure’s Disintergration as his essential Soundtrack