POSTCARDS FROM 88… Alfredo

There’s no doubt that the summer of 1988 marked a watershed moment in the history of dance, as the house rhythms of Chicago, artistic exuberance of Ibiza, and electronic soundscapes

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909originals presents ORIGINS… Josh Wink (Part Two)

Here’s part two of our interview with legendary Philadelphia producer Josh Wink, as part of 909originals’ ORIGINS interview series. Part one can be found by clicking here. Q. Your career

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909originals presents ORIGINS: Josh Wink (Part One)

The dreadlocks may be long gone, but Philadelphia native Josh Wink remains a dynamic force in dance music, with a back catalogue – Don’t Laugh¸ I’m Ready and Higher State of

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POSTCARDS FROM 88… Feral is Kinky

There’s no doubt that the summer of 1988 marked a watershed moment in the history of dance, as the house rhythms of Chicago, artistic exuberance of Ibiza, and electronic soundscapes

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Deadbots are back, and their new album is an 80s synth-infused odyssey…

Canadian-Irish pairing Deadbots have built a reputation for laying down some seriously funky electro pop, and on their debut album, Love Unlimited (released earlier this week, visit www.deadbotsmusic.com to purchase),

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POSTCARDS FROM 88… Trevor Fung

There’s no doubt that the summer of 1988 marked a watershed moment in the history of dance, as the house rhythms of Chicago, artistic exuberance of Ibiza, and electronic soundscapes

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POSTCARDS FROM 88… Andy Barker, 808 State

There’s no doubt that the summer of 1988 marked a watershed moment in the history of dance, as the house rhythms of Chicago, artistic exuberance of Ibiza, and electronic soundscapes

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POSTCARDS FROM 88… Push, Electronic Sound

There’s no doubt that the summer of 1988 marked a watershed moment in the history of dance, as the house rhythms of Chicago, artistic exuberance of Ibiza, and electronic soundscapes

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POSTCARDS FROM 88… Mark Moore, S’Express

There’s no doubt that the summer of 1988 marked a watershed moment in the history of dance, as the house rhythms of Chicago, artistic exuberance of Ibiza, and electronic soundscapes

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INTERVIEW: Fatboy Slim is STILL F**king in Heaven…

From the opening bars of Right Here, Right Now to the closing vocal refrain of Acid 8000 – “if this don’t make your booty move, your booty must be dead!”

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