909originals is THREE! Here are some of our favourite articles from the past year…

Three… it’s the magic number! 909originals celebrates its THIRD BIRTHDAY today, and we would like to thank all of our readers and followers for their continued support. Since we launched

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Greg Wilson has called time on his blog… here are ten essential long reads from over the past ten years

If there was one music blog that could be truly said to be essential reading, it was that of legendary selector Greg Wilson, who announced yesterday that he was calling

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This album reviewer REALLY didn’t like Snap!’s World Power when it was released in 1990…

Of all the Eurodance projects of the early 90s, Germany’s Snap! are one of the most fondly remembered, with tracks such as The Power and Rhythm Is A Dancer storming

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Plastikman – Peel Session [September 1994]

Today (4 June) is Richie Hawtin‘s 50th birthday, so we can think of no better way to mark it than by stepping back in time to when the then-23 year

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The Stone Roses played Spike Island on this day 30 years ago…

Do you remember what you were doing on Sunday 27 May 1990? Chances are it wasn’t anywhere near the experience of some 28,000 loved-up punters that descended on an island

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Kamaflarge – Discotamination (Dave Angel Rework) [1998]

Seeing as yesterday marked Dave Angel‘s 54th birthday (happy birthday Dave!), this week’s Throwback Thursday features one of 909originals’ guilty pleasures. Released on Billy Nasty’s Tortured Records imprint, Angel’s rework

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“Why limit your expression to certain sounds? If the world was full of purists, music would go nowhere…” Andrew Weatherall in 1994

It’s a little under three months since we said goodbye to musical alchemist Andrew Weatherall (sadly, not the only legendary figure to depart this mortal coil recently), and in the

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: D-Shake – Techno Trance (Paradise Is Now) [1990]

Some grooves are just timeless. Despite being thirty years old this year, Techno Trance (Paradise Is Now) by D-Shake, aka Dutch producer Aad de Mooy, sounds as fresh as anything

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“I’ve just always been a melancholy, reflective kind of person…” Larry Heard on (almost) quitting the music industry [December 1997]

There are few tracks as synonymous with the birth of house music as Mr Fingers’ Can You Feel It, released in 1986 – the soundtrack to a million ‘hands in the

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