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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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Public Energy – Three ‘O Three [1992]

If Change The Beat, released on R&S Records in 1991 established Dutchman Jochem Paap (aka Speedy J, aka Public Energy) as a producer worth watching, the Hemi-Sync EP, which followed

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The man behind arguably the most important magazine in Germany’s techno history… [March 1996]

Jürgen Laarmann may not be a household name outside of Germany, but for a generation of clubbers east of the Ruhr, he is synonymous with one of the most important

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Legendary Belgian techno club Fuse opened its doors 24 years ago this week. Here’s a documentary about how it all came together… [April 1994]

Paris has Le Grand Rex, Berlin has Tresor, and Brussels has Fuse. The legendary Belgian techno club opened its doors 24 years ago this week (on 16 April to be

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For those of you that thought good music died in the 90s, this is for you… part two [April 1998]

Looking back, 20 years later, on a list of the ‘best dance tracks of all time’ you would expect there to be a few duds. But yesterday’s reveal of numbers

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For those of you that thought good music died in the 90s, this is for you… part one [April 1998]

There’s a school of thought out there that all dance music post 1998 is, frankly, fairly rubbish – you know who you are… While this is only partly true (!),

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Steve Poindexter – Computer Madness [1989]

By the end of the 80s, the initial acid house wave had given rise to serious experimentation; with legends such as Larry Heard, Mike Dunn and Armando Gallop crafting psychedelic

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Derrick May’s ‘Relics – A Transmat Compilation’ is well worth another listen… [May 1992]

Today, 6 April, marks Derrick May‘s 55th birthday, and it’s a sign of an unyielding devotion to quality techno that May, one third of the famed ‘Belleville Three’, is still

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