House up your weekend with the Long Live House Radio Show

If you like house music, you’ll LOVE the latest edition of the Long Live House Radio Show, brought to you by the legendary Graeme Park! This week’s two hour mix

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The story behind Music for the Jilted Generation’s iconic inner sleeve… [July 1994]

The Prodigy’s Music for the Jilted Generation was released 26 years ago today, on 4 July 1994, and while the album itself would go on to make rave history, the

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Check out the latest episode of Trailblazers, featuring Norman Jay MBE

909originals is proud to announce that we will be hosting the Trailblazers podcast series each week on the site, featuring artists, DJs and visionaries who played a fundamental role in

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Interview: Still kicking like a mule… 909originals catches up with Nick Halkes

As music industry execs go, Nick Halkes certainly has a story or two to tell. As one of the co-founders of XL Recordings in 1989, Halkes helped soundtrack the nascent

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Greg Wilson has called time on his blog… here are ten essential long reads from over the past ten years

If there was one music blog that could be truly said to be essential reading, it was that of legendary selector Greg Wilson, who announced yesterday that he was calling

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From Freakshow to Disco Invaders… Cocoon Ibiza was the White Isle’s best party during the 2000s

If this were any other year, a Monday night in Ibiza would have been synonymous with one thing (no, not Manumission!)… Sven Väth’s legendary Cocoon Ibiza parties. Backed by a

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“Nobody from the dance world has come up with an album to reflect these times…” The Chemical Brothers’ Exit Planet Dust was released on this day 25 years ago

Having worked the underground circuit as The 237 Turbo Nutters and latterly The Dust Brothers (a name that was ditched after the LA production duo of the same name threatened

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909rewind Vol. 25… Richie Hawtin

Welcome to 909rewind, a series from 909originals that explores the early musical careers of some of clubland’s biggest names, uncovering hidden gems and familiar classics from the archives. Earlier this

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This album reviewer REALLY didn’t like Snap!’s World Power when it was released in 1990…

Of all the Eurodance projects of the early 90s, Germany’s Snap! are one of the most fondly remembered, with tracks such as The Power and Rhythm Is A Dancer storming

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Win a copy of ‘Junior Tomlin: Flyer & Cover Art’ – celebrating one of rave’s most influential artists

Few artists are as closely associated with the rave scene as Junior Tomlin, whose work adorned labels such as Kickin’ Records, React, ZTT and Mute, as well as flyers for

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