That time Carl Cox teamed up with James Brown… [November 1998]

Carl Cox has worked with many great artists over the years, however in late 1998, he teamed up with arguably the greatest showman of all. As this article from MUZIK

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The Brothers’ gonna work it out… [June 1995]

Having forged an early career as master remix duo The Dust Brothers, schoolmates Ed Simons and Tom Rowland unveiled a new identity in 1995: The Chemical Brothers. Today, more than

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Maxine Bradshaw – a pivotal figure behind Carl Cox’s success.. [December 1990]

Behind every great man, the saying goes, is an even greater woman, and in the case of Carl Cox’s emergence from the illegal rave scene to become the global household

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Frankie Bones on the UK rave scene… [February 1990]

For US-based DJs coming to Europe in the late 80s and early 90s, the rave scene must have been eye-opening – the ‘do it yourself’ ethic, coupled with a soupçon

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Tony Humphries – champion of the ‘little guy’… [July 1992]

Tony Humphries has been one of the most committed house music pioneers for more than a generation, commencing his DJ career at Zanzibar in New York in the early 80s

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Ready, steady, fashion! What to wear raving in 1993… [January 1993]

Music and fashion have gone hand in hand for more than half a century, and this article from Smash Hits in early 1993 sought to shed some light on what

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Paul Oakenfold tells NME about the emerging acid house scene… [October 1988]

“The official line is this. Yes, there are some drugs involved, but not as much as you’d like to think. Instead, why don’t you concentrate on the good things. The

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Laurent Garnier: “I’m not going to play on CDs… fuck that, no way.” [1994]

Laurent Garner has always been one of techno’s more imaginative producers, following up early rave stompers with The Man With The Red Face and more ambient work such as The

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What A Guy Called Gerald did after Voodoo Ray [April 1989]…

How do you follow up a track like Voodoo Ray? Back in 1989, around nine months on from its first appearance in the clubs (and to coincide with its entry

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Dave Clarke, a breed apart… [August 1995]

Now considered a member of techno’s premier league, Dave Clarke first became a household name with his Directional Force work on R&S in the early 90s, as well as the

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