Interview: ORIGINALS…. A Guy Called Gerald, part one

Gerald Simpson, aka A Guy Called Gerald, has been at the forefront of numerous musical genres over his 30-plus year career – having forged a path for acid house with

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With Berlin’s club scene closed at the moment, this documentary recaps the good old days…

The impact of the coronavirus crisis on the clubbing community can be seen by browsing Resident Advisor’s listings pages for a particular city – while the club nights are all present

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Manu Dibango – Soul Makossa [1972]

Often described as the first disco record, Soul Makossa, by Cameroonian saxophonist Manu Dibango (who passed away this week), is also perhaps one of the most surprising, given its unusual

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RIP Al Keegan

Today (25 March) saw the passing of one of the true legends of the Dublin club scene since the turn of the Millennium, Al Keegan, at the age of just

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“Ahhh… this stuff is really fresh!” But who was the voice behind one of hip hop’s most-used samples?

It’s one of the most pillaged hip hop samples of all time – a heavily-vocoded voice intoning “Ahhh… this stuff is really fresh…!”. But the origin of this iconic expression,

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“It feels eerily dystopian…” Techno legend Umek helps partygoers keep track of cancelled festivals

The growing coronavirus epidemic cpmtomues to impact the music festival industry, with some of the biggest events scheduled for this year – including Glastonbury and Coachella – already put to the sword.

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Turn it up loud! It’s the Long Live House Radio Show

It might not feel like Friday, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some tasty house grooves from the Long Live House Radio Show…! This week’s two hour mix features

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The Slate – selected issues for your reading pleasure

If ever there was a publication that could act as a panacea for the bizarre times we live in at the moment, it would be The Slate, the irreverent, unashamedly

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Stuck indoors? Berlin’s clubs have come together to launch a joint streaming platform

Now this is an idea we can get behind. Following the closure of the city’s venues last Friday in response to the coronavirus, Berlin’s clubs have come together to launch

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“I started playing on the scene simply because I was going to raves a lot…” Adamski on breaking the pop charts with ‘Killer’ [1990]

This coming week marks the 30th anniversary of the release of Adamski‘s Killer [released on 21 March 1990], arguably one of the most successful crossover singles of all time, which

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