Get down and get funky with Graeme Park’s Long Live House Radio Show!

With one week to go until he brings his Long Live House show to Yamamori Tengu in Dublin, here’s the latest instalment of Graeme Park’s weekly two-hour house extravaganza. This

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If you can’t stand the heat… U2’s legendary The Kitchen nightclub opened 25 years ago

Saunter along Dublin’s East Essex Street on a sunny afternoon, and if you look closely, you might find an inconspicuous wooden door with the letters THE KITCHEN engraved in the

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TRAX Records calls on the world to find some ‘Common Ground’ this Valentine’s Day

Forget Trump, Brexit and the ideologues that seek to divide us… legendary house label TRAX Records is kicking off 2019 with a call for the world to find more ‘Common

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909originals chats to TRAX Records boss Screamin’ Rachael

In the beginning, there was house music… and there was TRAX Records. This year marks the 35th anniversary of the founding of the legendary Chicago label, and over the next

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Check out this stripped-back version of Massive Attack’s ‘Hymn of the Big Wheel’…

A perennial part of Massive Attack’s setlist since the early 90s, Hymn of the Big Wheel, which was released as a single on this day (10 February) in 1992, is

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Start your weekend the right way with the Long Live House Radio Show..!

It’s Friday, which can only mean one thing… the Long Live House Radio Show with Graeme Park. This week’s two hour mix features Juan Kidd, Michelle Weeks, Lavvy Levan, Yam

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Liaisons Dangereuses – Los Niños Del Parque [1981]

There are few things more ‘new wave’ than a group of German origin with a French name singing in Spanish about ‘smoking cigarettes and playing with bombs’… but that’s only

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‘Biting, severe and even unpleasant’… NME introduces indie kids to acid house [February 1988]

Rock and dance have always made for uneasy bedfellows, yet back in 1988, even the most die-hard indie enthusiast can’t have been oblivious to the fact that a ‘new sound’

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Laurent Garnier on how The Haçienda ‘blew his mind’ in 1987… [October 1994]

Paris native Laurent Garnier, who celebrated his 53rd birthday last Friday, was an early convert to dance music – at the age of five, his babysitter was the managing director

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909originals explores the idiosyncratic brilliance of the ‘Russian Doll’ soundtrack…

[Spoiler alert: If you haven’t yet watched Russian Doll on Netflix, it’s probably best skipping this article] It may have been only on Netflix for a few days, but Russian

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