THROWBACK THURSDAY: 3 Phase Featuring Dr. Motte ‎– Der Klang Der Familie [1992]

The sixth record to be published on the then-fledgling Tresor label, and then subsequently released on Space Teddy, Transmat, Novamute and countless other imprints, 3 Phase Featuring Dr. Motte’s Der

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The day AFTER the Love Parade [July 1996]…

Berlin’s Love Parade may have made its last passage through the Tiergarten some years ago, but as this video illustrates, the city’s ravers have long proven themselves to be masters

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12,000 ravers descend on Bournemouth [May 1992]…

Bournemouth maybe better known for its seaside (and occasional good weather) but back in May 1992, the town was on the map for a different reason, as 12,000 ravers descended

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Dave Clarke, a breed apart… [August 1995]

Now considered a member of techno’s premier league, Dave Clarke first became a household name with his Directional Force work on R&S in the early 90s, as well as the

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David Morales’ house music essentials [July 1993]…

While David Morales cut his teeth in the 1980s, both as an accomplished remixer and a protege to Larry Levan at the Paradise Garage, in 1993 the Brooklyn-born DJ would

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Sasha details how to ‘read’ a crowd…

In this interview with Skiddle, from 2015, Sasha turns back the clock to recall warehouse raves in Blackpool and Blackburn, his alliance with longtime cohort John Digweed, and his Shelley’s

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The KLF are back… and not a moment too soon…

What is it about two-decade hiatuses in the music industry? In the past few years, we’ve seen the return of drone rockers My Bloody Valentine, with their first new album

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DJ Stingray: Detroit’s master craftsman…

Part of the ‘second wave’ of Detroit artists to emerge in the early 90s – Jeff Mills and Carl Craig are among the others – Sherard Ingram, aka DJ Stingray

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Nothing says ‘solar eclipse’ like Cher on rollerskates [February 1979]…

With most of the US looking to the skies today for a ‘once in a lifetime’ total solar eclipse, plenty have been drawing comparisons between the world of today and

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Remembering the time Kraftwerk played a field near Luton [June 1997]…

Since the launch of their Tour de France Soundtracks album in 2003, Kraftwerk have been touring fairly regularly – 909originals has been lucky enough to see them five times –

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