“They’ll never kill the whole thing off completely” – The Prodigy’s Liam Howlett on the future of rave… [July 1994]

The Prodigy’s era-defining Music for the Jilted Generation topped the album charts 25 years ago next week, establishing the former Essex ravers as musical kingpins. To mark the occasion, Melody

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This London exhibition on the emergence of rave culture looks all kinds of awesome…

This Friday (12 July), London’s Saatchi Gallery will launch Sweet Harmony: Rave | Today, a retrospective exhibition on the emergence and ascendancy of acid house and rave culture, featuring photography

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The Castlemorton Common Festival kicked off on this day in 1992… and rave culture would never be the same again

“We are learning about these people. They are now a major phenomenon in this country and each year they get bigger and better organised. Somebody up the line, right at

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To mark the release of Beats, we count down five of cinema’s best clubbing/rave scenes…

In case you haven’t yet seen Beats – a coming of age tale about two lads in Scotland in the mid 90s – stop reading this article now and book

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The Prodigy’s No Good (Start The Dance) Turns 25…

On 16 May 1994, 25 years ago today, THIS dropped… No Good (Start The Dance), the second single from The Prodigy’s Music For The Jilted Generation, remains one of the

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Sehr geil! Check out this insane footage of a Mayday party from 25 years ago… [April 1994]

One of the longest-running electronic music festivals in the world, Mayday traditionally takes place on 30 April each year at Dortmund’s Westfalenhallen, welcoming the great and good of the dance

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Death of the Prodigy dancer… Tributes pour in for The Prodigy’s Keith Flint

The world of electronic music was a sadder place this morning with the news that Keith Flint of The Prodigy has died at the age of 49. The band issued

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The Prodigy’s ‘What Evil Lurks’ was released on this day 28 years ago… [February 1991]

“What evil lurks in the heart of men..?” So begins the debut single for legendary rave outfit The Prodigy, What Evil Lurks, which was released on this day (25 February)

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Mr C and The Shamen havin’ it large at Highbury… [October 1992]

Today (2 January) marks the birthday of Richard West, aka Mr C – DJ, label owner and legendary frontman of The Shamen – so we at 909originals felt it was

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John Digweed on the politics of all-night raves… [February 1991]

Having established a name for himself with dusk till dawn parties in his home town of Hastings, up and coming DJ John Digweed penned a ‘state of the nation’ article

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