THROWBACK THURSDAY: Armando – Land of Confusion [1987]

The late Armando Gallop was arguably the brightest star in the acid house firmament, with tracks such as 151, Downfall, 100% of Dissin’ You and Land of Confusion, which we

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Orbital – Kein Trink Wasser [1994]

With Orbital set to release their first new album in six years, Monsters Exist, on 14 September, 909originals has rewound the clock to one of the most under-appreciated gems in

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: The Prodigy – Android (Pope v Paisley mix)

Given that Pope Francis hits Dublin this weekend, it gives 909originals the opportunity to resurrect a much-loved bootleg of The Prodigy’s Android, featuring guest vocals from Pope John Paul II and

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: 2 Men A Drum Machine And A Trumpet ‎– Tired Of Getting Pushed Around [1988]

One of the more unusual acts to emerge from the early UK house scene was 2 Men A Drum Machine And A Trumpet – a spinoff group from She Drives Me

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Aphex Twin – Polynomial-C [June 1992]

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past couple of weeks, you will know that IDM maverick Aphex Twin, aka Richard D James, is releasing a new

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THROWBACK THURSDAY – The Hypnotist: The House Is Mine (1991)

Quick pop quiz. What has The Hypnotist’s rave epic The House is Mine have in common with horror classic Silence of the Lambs? 

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Marcus Mixx – The Spell (Ron Hardy mix) [1988]

Every now and again, an unreleased track from the dawn of house music is unearthed, but few are as captivating as Marcus Mixx’s The Spell (Ron Hardy mix), a track

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: The Orb – Towers Of Dub (1992)

Given that ambient electronica collective The Orb celebrates its 30th anniversary this month, this week’s Throwback Thursday revisits one of Alex Paterson and co’s finest works. Occupying the entirety of

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Ben Klock – Musical Rush (1998)

Of all the artists playing Awakenings in Amsterdam this weekend, one of the biggest draws will undoubtedly be Ben Klock, who closes the Saturday night in the Area Y arena.

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Noel Gallagher – Teotihuacan [June 1998]

“What’s all this?,” you cry. “Noel Gallagher? What could HE possibly know about dance music?” Quite a bit actually. As well as teaming up with The Chemical Brothers twice (on

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