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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As Tomorrowland cancels, it’s now looking extremely likely that Ibiza 2020 isn’t going to happen…

Yesterday (15 April), the Tomorrowland festival in Belgium became the latest victim of COVID-19, with the organisers issuing a statement to announce that the 2020 edition of the event, scheduled

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Human Traffic returns… announcement due at the end of this month

As we reported earlier in the summer, this year marks two decades since Human Traffic, the movie that is arguably the benchmark setter for all clubbing films (although recent flicks

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Loco Mía – Loco Mía [1989]

The summer may be taking a turn for the damp, so why not warm up your spirits with a solid gold Balearic classic? Spanish new wave pop act Loco Mía

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Win A Trip To Ibiza To See ‘The History Of House’ Exhibition

909originals is proud to team up with artist Davey Brown to offer a lucky reader an incredible prize – a trip for two to Ibiza to attend his latest exhibition,

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Some of dance music’s biggest names pay tribute to Ibiza legend Tony Pike…

If ever there was an embodiment of ‘living life to the fullest’, it was arguably Tony Pike, the proprietor of Pikes Hotel in Ibiza, who died yesterday at the age

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The legendary Space Terrace would probably never have existed without this geezer…

Today, 26 November, marks Brandon Block’s 51st birthday, and the London-born DJ’s past is peppered with legendary tales of debauchery – remember the infamous Brit Awards stage invasion? Or the fact

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House music is a work of art…

House music. It’s a spiritual thing. It’s a soul thing. And now, thanks to artist Davey Brown, it’s an art thing, too. Newcastle-born Brown has already exhibited his work in

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Bermondsey Goes Balearic… [Spring 1988]

The Boy’s Own fanzines, curated by Terry Farley, Pete Heller, Andrew Weatherall and a motley crew of contributors, are the stuff of legend, tracking the transition from the ‘football casual’ culture

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: A Man Called Adam – Easter Song [1995]

With the mercury reaching 25-degrees plus in most of Europe today, for this week’s Throwback Thursday, I’ve picked a track synonymous with so many Ibiza sunsets, Easter Song by jazz/house

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