Minsk’s answer to Beardyman is a joy to behold…

It’s not every day that 909originals finds itself in Minsk, the capital of Belarus – and not every day that we stumble across a beatboxer with serious skills like this

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Techno’s biggest names ‘rock the vote’ [2002]…

With Germany set to go to the polls today, it’s worth looking back to the country’s federal elections of 2002, when some of the country’s biggest names in techno joined

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SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND – Derrick May – Chemistry on 3 Mix, Amsterdam [1996]

Detroit’s finest Derrick May has a history of combining a myriad of styles, from disco to house to mind-numbing techno, over the course of a two hour set, and this

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Der Dritte Raum – Hale Bopp [August 1998]

It’s rare enough that you can say that a particular track could have been released ‘at any time in the last 20 years’ and still sound relevant, but then Der

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This dance festival lineup from 20 years ago is insanely good… [May 1997]

Where were you on May 24th, 1997? If you were anywhere near the Brighton, UK area, chances are you were at Essential Festival, a three day session on the south

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For rent: An iconic piece of London clubbing history…

Anyone got a couple of million to spare? Commercial property consultants Lambert Smith Hampton have among their listed properties one Crowne House, located at 56-58 Southwark Street, SE1, London. From

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Los Angeles’ ‘Ditch Parties’: all baseball caps and computer cleaner… [1993]

“This teenage partygoer is sucking computer cleaner. It gives him a high, and he stumbles into the arms of his girlfriend…” The opening line of this Fox 11 Los Angeles

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Why don’t DJs turn up…? [December 1993]

Most of last week was taken up with the somewhat shocking, mostly amusing saga of French DJ Jeremy Underground and the cancellation of his gig at Abstrakt, a club night

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SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND: David Holmes, BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix [December 1993]

Northern Ireland’s David Holmes is today perhaps better known for his soundtrack work – including Hunger, Oceans Eleven, Buffalo Soldiers and Out of Sight, among others – but back in

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Cygnus X – The Orange Theme

Few dance producers can cite 17th century Baroque composers and filmmaker Stanley Kubrick as influences, but in releasing The Orange Theme back in November 1994, producers Matthias Hoffmann and Ralf

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