Interview: ORIGINALS… Paulette Constable, part two

In the second part of our ORIGINALS interview with Paulette Constable (click here for part one), we chat to the Manchester legend about her move to Europe in the mid-90s,

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Interview: ORIGINALS… Paulette Constable, part one

While she might describe her initial foray into DJing as a “happy accident”, Paulette Constable, aka DJ Paulette, knows better than most how to get the party started. Hailing from

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Paul Oakenfold interviews Nicky Holloway… [July 1993]

The dance scene was barely of school-going age when Paul Oakenfold approached long-time friend (and colleague for the infamous 1987 trip to Ibiza) Nicky Holloway, for an interview for Generator

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Don’t forget the suncream – this week’s Long Live House Radio Show is a summer sizzler!

Friday is here (finally!) which means it’s time for another instalment of the Long Live House Radio Show with Graeme Park. 🙂 This week’s two hour mix features Todd Terry,

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Leftfield featuring Djum Djum – Afro Ride [July 1995]

On the back of the tearaway success of Leftfield’s Leftism, released in January 1995, the group’s seventh single, The Afro-Left EP, landed in July of that year (24 years ago

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Hyper! Hyper! Happy hardcore’s trip to the supermarket

German pop-cum-happy-hardcore outfit Scooter are somewhat of a divisive force in dance music – having been formed out of the ashes of new wave band Celebrate the Nun in the early

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Five reasons why Yello’s Dieter Meier makes the music industry more interesting…

Swiss new wave electro-popsters Yello mark 40 years in the music business this year, and while they may not be a household name to many, you would have to have

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How a 1981 hit for Chaka Khan powered Stardust’s Music Sounds Better With You… [July 1998]

Stardust’s Music Sounds Better With You was released on this day (20 July) in 1998, and became one of the most infectious hits of that summer (and, let’s be honest,

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Looking for quality house music? Here’s the Long Live House Radio Show

The weekend is once again upon us, and Graeme Park’s Long Live House Radio Show is here to bring some sunshine (and quality beats) into your life. This week’s two

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“They’ll never kill the whole thing off completely” – The Prodigy’s Liam Howlett on the future of rave… [July 1994]

The Prodigy’s era-defining Music for the Jilted Generation topped the album charts 25 years ago next week, establishing the former Essex ravers as musical kingpins. To mark the occasion, Melody

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