Interview: ORIGINALS…. A Guy Called Gerald, part two

Picking up where we left off in part one (click here to read), here’s part two of our ORIGINALS interview with the legendary A Guy Called Gerald. Here, we discuss

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Interview: ORIGINALS…. A Guy Called Gerald, part one

Gerald Simpson, aka A Guy Called Gerald, has been at the forefront of numerous musical genres over his 30-plus year career – having forged a path for acid house with

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Interview: 909originals chats to Stretch & Vern about keeping the spirit of the 90s alive…

There was a time in the mid 90s when you couldn’t set foot inside a nightclub without hearing Stretch & Vern’s I’m Alive, such was the crossover success of Jules

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Interview: ORIGINALS… Jerome Hill

The world of techno is a more interesting place thanks to people like Jerome Hill, one of the true understated heroes of the scene. The London native has been destroying

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Interview: A non-techno conversation with Dave Clarke… part two

Following on from part one of our interview with Dave Clarke (click here to read), today we discuss how the recent Variations performance, which saw Clarke team up with Mathilde

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Interview: A non-techno conversation with Dave Clarke… part one

There are few artists as synonymous with hard-edged electronica as Dave Clarke, but the self-styled ‘baron of techno’ has long shown that he isn’t afraid to broaden his musical horizons.

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Interview: Still twisting his melon… 909originals chats to Happy Mondays’ Shaun Ryder

If the ‘Madchester’ era could be summed up in one frontman, it would undoubtedly be Shaun Ryder, the Happy Mondays’ lead singer, whose stage presence was only matched (or in

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Interview: ORIGINALS… Lee Burridge

For someone that first plied his trade as a mobile DJ back in the mid-80s, Lee Burridge is showing no signs of running out of steam. Over the past three

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Interview: “It was a sound and style that had never been heard before…” 909originals catches up with Paul Oakenfold on the 25th anniversary of the Goa Mix

In the early hours of 18 December 1994, 25 years ago today, BBC Radio 1 broadcast what has come to be regarded as arguably the most influential Essential Mix of

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Interview: “It all happened so quickly…” Author Alon Shulman discusses the birth of acid house, and what happened next

As has now been enshrined in dance music history, in the summer of 1987, four friends – Paul Oakenfold, Danny Rampling, Nicky Holloway and Johnny Walker – travelled to Ibiza and had

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