Make Aoife NicCanna’s ‘Folklore From The Dancefloor’ your essential bank holiday listening

We might be nearing the end of the Phase 1 lockdown process, but it will likely be a while before we all get to meet up on the dancefloor. Thankfully,

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It’s Erol Alkan’s birthday, so we’re giving this classic mix from 2003 another spin…

Dance magazine cover CDs can often be a mixed bag, but every now and again, a mix comes along that is nothing other than essential listening. So it was with

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Weekend mode on! It’s the Long Live House Radio Show

Get that Friday feeling with two hours of quality house music from the Long Live House Radio Show, courtesy of Graeme Park! This week’s two hour mix features Blue Boy,

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The Stone Roses played Spike Island on this day 30 years ago…

Do you remember what you were doing on Sunday 27 May 1990? Chances are it wasn’t anywhere near the experience of some 28,000 loved-up punters that descended on an island

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Bliss To Be Alive… The collected works of The Face journalist Gavin Hills has been reissued

Few scribes were able to capture the pulse of life in the 90s like Gavin Hills, the former The Face journalist, who died tragically in May 1997, just days after

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Ten things you might not have known about Orbital’s ‘Brown Album’

“It’s like… like a cry for survival. A cry for survival. For their survival and for our survival!” Orbital’s second album, also known as Orbital II or the ‘Brown Album‘,

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Detroit legends Drexciya continue to bring ‘afrofuturist’ mythology to the masses with the launch of a new book

As well as being one of the foremost production duos emerging from Detroit in the 1990s, electro outfit Drexciya also became renowned for their thematic releases, starting with 1995’s Aquatic

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Interview: On the right track… 909originals catches up with Squire

Do you know what you were doing a decade ago? In the case of Jaime Alguersuari, it was a time spent at circuits such as Silverstone, Monza and Monaco, with

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With the future of Q Magazine said to be looking rocky, here’s a playlist compiled from its ‘100 Greatest Albums’ issue in 1998…

The news that Q Magazine could be facing closure – a victim of falling advertising and readers moving online – has been rightly met with dismay by music lovers, for whom the

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