Oh yes, oh yes! Check out this interview with Carl Cox from 1992… [June 1992]

If dance music has a ‘national treasure’, it would probably be Carl Cox, who celebrates his 56th birthday today (29 July) – hopefully taking some time off ahead of a

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The Chemical Brothers’ Exit Planet Dust was released on this day in 1995… check out this rare interview [June 1995]

As debut albums go, The Chemical Brothers’ Exit Planet Dust takes some beating – from the big beat stylings of Leave Home through to the psychedelic masterpiece Alive Alone, it

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Check out this rare studio footage of CJ Bolland from 1991…

Today, 18 June, marks Belgian techno legend CJ Bolland’s 46th birthday, and with that in mind, 909originals has uncovered a video of the Carmargue producer doing his thing in the

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Are Orbital set to be the ’special guest’ at the World Cup 2018 Opening Ceremony?

There are just days to go until the World Cup kicks off in Russia this Thursday, and while a number of the acts performing at the event at Moscow’s Luzhniki

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How Jeff Mills influenced Daft Punk’s ‘Rollin and Scratchin’

Forget Get Lucky, One More Time, or even Da Funk. For me, the quintessential Daft Punk track is Rollin and Scratchin. I remember a big name DJ telling me about

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Carl Craig – At Les [1997]

Given that this week marked techno legend Carl Craig’s 49th birthday – happy belated tidings Carl! – this week’s Throwback Thursday highlights one of the jewels in the maestro’s back

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Artificial Life Begins At 40: Why Kraftwerk’s The Man-Machine is more relevant now than ever… [May 1978]

“We’re charging our battery, and now we’re full of energy. We are the robots.” Kraftwerk’s The Man-Machine was released 40 years ago this week (May 19, 1978), and while the

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: The Prodigy – No Good (Start The Dance) (CJ Bolland’s Museum Mix) [May 1994]

The second single from The Prodigy’s Music For The Jilted Generation, No Good (Start The Dance), was released 24 years ago this week (16 May 1994 to be exact), and

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Dave Angel, speaking in 1993: “Techno came from jazz years ago, and forty years from now, techno will be like jazz…”

Having found fame for his seminal mix of Eurythmics’ Sweet Dreams in 1990, Dave Angel has been one of the hardest working men in dance music for more than three

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The Kitchen Nightclub closed 16 years ago today…

Arguably the finest purpose-built club venue this country has ever seen, the U2-owned The Kitchen Nightclub closed its doors on May 4th, 2002. With Podje and Dave McDonnell on the

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