Interview: ORIGINALS… Greg Wilson, part two

Following on from part one of our interview with legendary selector Greg Wilson, in part two we chat to the New Brighton native about the emergence of the electro sound

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Interview: ORIGINALS… Greg Wilson, part one

There’s very little that can be written about Greg Wilson that hasn’t already been said, such is the Merseyside native’s influence on dance culture over a more than four-decade period.

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Hardcore – Hey R U Ready [1991]

With today marking techno legend Dave Clarke’s birthday, for this week’s Throwback Thursday we turn the clock back to 1991, and one of the Baron’s earliest releases, under the pseudonym

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O.T. Quartet’s ‘Hold That Sucker Down’ turns 25 today…

It’s not often that you can say that the title of a track does exactly what it says on the tin, but when O.T. Quartet christened this tune the Builds

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“You have to play ‘The Birdie Song’ if that’s what people want…” Norman Cook on cutting his teeth as an up and coming DJ [October 1990]

Today, he is better known as Fatboy Slim, the all-conquering ‘Funk Soul Brother’ capable of selling out football stadiums… but in 1990, he was Norman Cook, founder of Beats International

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Get some funk into your weekend with the Long Live House Radio Show!

Get your weekend off to the right start with the Long Live House Radio Show, brought to you by Graeme Park! This week’s two hour mix features Roisin Murphy, Mousse

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909originals Fantasy Premier League Update – 13 September

With the passing of the international break, the 909originals Fantasy Premier League in association with Future Past Clothing heads into its second Gameweek. Darren Humphries’ Hackingdem Stanley is an early

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The Bernard Shaw is closing… but we’ll always remember the EPIC nights we had there

Dublin’s cultural heart skipped a beat or two earlier this week with the sad news that The Bernard Shaw, the South Richmond Street pub opened by the Bodytonic crew in

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“When you feel it, it wraps itself around you…” Frankie Knuckles on the devastating impact of the Roland TR-909

Today, 9 September, marks ‘909 Day’ – an annual opportunity to commemorate the impact that the Roland TR-909 has had on electronic music – this site, for example, would likely be called

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Leftfield’s Afrika Shox was released on this day 20 years ago…

Leaving behind the progressive yearnings of 1995’s Leftism, in September 1999, Leftfield’s Neil Barnes and Paul Daley were back, with a harder edged sound – encapsulated in the single Afrika Shox,

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