Check out this interview with the late, great Tony de Vit from early 1998…

Today, 12 September, would have been Tony de Vit’s 61st birthday. The myriad of events taking place this past July, marking 20 years since the hard dance maestro’s passing, was

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On Sasha’s birthday, check out this interview with ‘the man like’ from 1992… [June 1992]

Today, 4 September, marks the birthday of Alexander Coe, more commonly known as living legend Sasha. The Flintshire-born DJ, notoriously referred to as the ‘Son of God’ in Mixmag back

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Remember when Sven Väth decided to rip it all up and start again…? [March 1998]

Remember The Harlequin, The Robot And The Ballet Dancer, Sven Väth’s 1994 concept album that displayed the three ‘sides’ to the enigmatic German’s personality? Today, it is seen as another

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Aphex Twin – Polynomial-C [June 1992]

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past couple of weeks, you will know that IDM maverick Aphex Twin, aka Richard D James, is releasing a new

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Happy 21st birthday to a bona fide classic… Da Hool’s ‘Meet Her At The Love Parade’

Do you remember what you were doing in August 1997? Chances are, whatever it was, it was soundtracked by Da Hool’s Meet Her At The Love Parade, released on August

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Tony De Vit passed away 20 years ago today… [July 1998]

Tony De Vit, architect of the hard house/trance sound that permeated the UK club scene in the late 90s and 2000s, died 20 years ago today, 2 July 1998, at

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Homelands Ireland 2000 was 18 years ago today. Check out this amazing video of Mr Spring’s set… [April 2000]

While the first Homelands Ireland (click here for more) was a landmark moment for the Irish dance movement, Homelands Ireland 2000, which took place on this day 18 years ago

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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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I can’t get no sleep… Faithless’ debut album ‘Reverence’ turns 22 … [April 1996]

Coming five months on from the single that established Faithless as a headline dance act – Insomnia – Reverence was the group’s first album, taking cues from the growing trip

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Love it or hate it, EDM is in serious need of a ‘punk’ moment…

The Ultra Music Festival, the 2018 edition of which closed in Miami last night, is one of the highlights of the electronic dance music, or EDM, calendar, welcoming more than

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