Lisbon’s isolated artistic community gets creative in this fantastic video

Even in a period of isolation, great art can be created. That’s the thinking behind a recent project by Lisbon-based musician Moullinex, artist Bráulio Amado and director Bruno Ferreira, who

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Check out this footage of Tiga & Zyntherius ‘rehearsing’ ahead of a 2002 Top of the Pops performance

Back in 2002, electroclash was everywhere – even pemeating the pop charts – and thus, when Tiga & Zyntherius’ cover of the Corey Hart classic Sunglasses At Night hit #25 in the

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“When they see all of us, they just see four people that ten minutes ago were in the crowd, dancing around…” The Prodigy on making music for the rave generation… [1992]

On this day [February 25] in 1991, The Prodigy’s What Evil Lurks landed on XL Recordings, kicking off what would be a 30-year career for the rave crew. By the

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From Bollywood to ‘Nightmare Sandwiches’… Five great Laurent Garnier videos

Think French techno, and the name Laurent Garnier instantly springs to mind. The Paris native, who initially made his name at Manchester’s The Hacienda (we can think of worse places

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Leftfield’s Afrika Shox was released on this day 20 years ago…

Leaving behind the progressive yearnings of 1995’s Leftism, in September 1999, Leftfield’s Neil Barnes and Paul Daley were back, with a harder edged sound – encapsulated in the single Afrika Shox,

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Now that’s what I call… five of the most brilliantly bonkers 80s music videos

The 1980s may have commenced with the launch of Pac-Man and concluded with the fall of communism, but for a generation of pop aficionados, the decade is synonymous with the

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Laurent Garnier goes ‘off the record’ in new documentary…

Launching a Kickstarter campaign to finance an upcoming art project is nothing new, but a forthcoming documentary on techno maestro Laurent Garnier is turning that concept on its head somewhat.

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Nice one bruvva! Human Traffic turns 20 today. Here are some of our favourite scenes…

Human Traffic, which follows the exploits of a gang of miscreants as they navigate a night out in Cardiff, was released on 4 June 1999 (20 years ago today). In

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Orbital vs Top Of The Pops [March 1990]

Orbital released Chime on this day (12 March) in 1990, setting in motion what is now a three-decade career for the Hartnoll brothers. The release, on Pete Tong’s FFRR label

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When Tony Wilson met Ian Brown… [2001]

Today, 20 February, marks the birthdays of both Factory Records pioneer Tony Wilson (RIP), who would have been 69, and Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown, who turns 56. Wilson is

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