Check out this incredible techno mix recorded in Dublin’s The Kitchen nightclub in 1997…

Here’s a special treat from the vaults. Techno legend Oliver Way has uploaded a DJ set recorded at The Kitchen Nightclub in Dublin in June 1997, at a time when

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Let quality house music from the Long Live House Radio Show soothe your soul

It’s shaping up to be a scorcher of a weekend – all the more reason to enjoy some quality house music, courtesy of the Long Live House Radio Show, brought

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Portishead – Glory Box [1994]

Question: what links anarchic cartoon show South Park and arguably the stand-out track on Portishead’s debut album, Dummy, which celebrates its 25th anniversary today (it was released on 22 August

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Enter the 909originals Fantasy Premier League and win a £100 voucher for Future Past Clothing

With the 2019/20 Premier League season now underway, 909originals is proud to announce an exclusive competition alongside Future Past Clothing, suppliers of quality club wear for the jilted generation. We’ve

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Another Love Story demonstrates that ‘festival sustainability’ is possible, if we all try hard enough…

Last weekend was a bumper one for Irish music festivals, with artists such as Kelis and Lily Allen rocking Love Sensation in Kilmainham, a stellar lineup of Irish and international

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It was 50 years ago today… five of the best performances from Woodstock

This weekend marks marks the 50th anniversary of Woodstock – the legendary festival that welcomed 500,000 revellers to upstate New York for ‘Three Days of Peace and Music’. For those that

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Loco Mía – Loco Mía [1989]

The summer may be taking a turn for the damp, so why not warm up your spirits with a solid gold Balearic classic? Spanish new wave pop act Loco Mía

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Win A Trip To Ibiza To See ‘The History Of House’ Exhibition

909originals is proud to team up with artist Davey Brown to offer a lucky reader an incredible prize – a trip for two to Ibiza to attend his latest exhibition,

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“Who is and who isn’t…?” The Stone Roses played their iconic gig at Blackpool’s Empress Ballroom on this day 30 years ago

“Who is and who isn’t? Who is and who isn’t? Who is and who isn’t?“ Ian Brown’s clarion call at the start of set closer I Am The Resurrection is

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“Music should be threatening…” Factory Records founder Tony Wilson, interviewed in 1978

From Factory Records to The Hacienda, the world of music owes a debt of gratitude to Tony Wilson, the Salford-born impresario who sadly passed away on this day (10 August)

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