INTERVIEW: Fatboy Slim is STILL F**king in Heaven…

From the opening bars of Right Here, Right Now to the closing vocal refrain of Acid 8000 – “if this don’t make your booty move, your booty must be dead!”

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Here’s how the critics viewed Fatboy Slim’s You’ve Come A Long Way, Baby at the time of its release in October 1998…

“Like a visit to a chitlin-circuit roadhouse along the Information Superhighway…” With a title borrowed from a advertising tag line for Virginia Slims tobacco (see the link there?) and featuring

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POSTCARDS FROM 88… Terry Francis

There’s no doubt that the summer of 1988 marked a watershed moment in the history of dance, as the house rhythms of Chicago, artistic exuberance of Ibiza, and electronic soundscapes

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Liverpool’s Cream opened on this day in 1992…

Before there was Creamfields, or Cream Ibiza, there was Cream, the hedonistic nightspot on Liverpool’s Wolstenholme Square, which opened on this day, 17 October, in 1992. One of the first

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Interview: ORIGINALS… CJ Mackintosh

The name CJ Mackintosh has been inexorably linked to the clubbing scene for more than 30 years, having made his name as both a former winner of the UK DMC

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POSTCARDS FROM 88… Sarah Sandy

There’s no doubt that the summer of 1988 marked a watershed moment in the history of dance, as the house rhythms of Chicago, artistic exuberance of Ibiza, and electronic soundscapes

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Acid House Fashion: T-Shirt of the Week

Looking for some quality clobber to wear on your next night out? Look no further, as 909originals showcases another t-shirt from our Acid House Fashion collection, designed by Future Past

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Calling all weekend warriors! It’s the Graeme Park Radio Show…

Calling all weekend warriors! The Graeme Park Radio Show is here to keep you grooving till Monday morning… This week’s two hour mix features features HiFi Sean feat. Paris Grey,

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‘It’s groovy and cool…’ an iconic acid house headline turns 30…

Today, 12 October, marks the 30th anniversary of the publication of one of the most talked about headlines of the acid house era, as The S*n sought to capitalise on

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“Dance music as a whole is definitely going back underground…” James Holden [September 2002]

We here at 909originals are particularly looking forward to seeing James Holden & The Animal Spirits in Dublin’s The Sugar Club this evening (11 October)… from his early work on

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