Get your weekend off to the right start with the Long Live House Radio Show!

Warm up your weekend with another two hours of quality house music, courtesy of the Long Live House Radio Show and Graeme Park…! This week’s two hour mix features Pauline

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Josh Wink – Liquid Summer (1994)

This year marks the 25th anniversary of Ovum Recordings, the Philadelphia-based label created by Josh Wink and King Britt, and for its latest release, the Higher States of Consciousness artist

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Time for a new industry standard? Why one-hour DJ sets just don’t cut it…

In August 2018, Dubfire took marathon DJ sets to a new level with a 26 hour, 30 minute DJ set at the Sunwaves Festival in Romania, an event notorious for

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Paying tribute to Paul ‘Trouble’ Anderson, one year on from his passing

Legendary selector Paul ‘Trouble’ Anderson passed away on this day last year, 2 December 2018, after a battle with cancer. A host of major artists took to social media in

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Enjoy some quality house vibes from the Long Live House Radio Show…!

The Long Live House Radio Show is back with another two hours of quality house music to warm up your weekend! 🙂 This week’s two hour mix features Roisin Murphy,

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909originals Fantasy Premier League Update – 29 November

The weather might be getting colder, but things are hotting up in the 909originals Fantasy Premier League in association with Future Past Clothing, which has a new leader as we

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: The Human League – The Dignity Of Labour (Pt. 1) [April 1979]

Before they were “working as a waitress in a cocktail bar”, Sheffield synth-pop pioneers The Human League were delving into seriously arthouse territory with April 1979’s The Dignity of Labour.

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“People are still partying in spite of the persecution…” One year on from the Criminal Justice Act [November 1995]

There are few pieces of legislation more reviled in dance culture than the UK’s Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994, which notoriously gave police the power to shut down

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Before they were robots – How Organisation evolved into Kraftwerk

The city of Düsseldorf has spawned some of the most iconic German acts of the 20th century – Neu!, D.A.F., Die Krupps and, arguably to a lesser extent, Die Toten Hosen.

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Dance your way through November with the Long Live House Radio Show…!

The nights are getting colder, but there’s plenty of quality house music to keep you warm, courtesy of the Long Live House Radio Show! This week’s two hour mix features

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