A baker’s dozen of Electric Picnic 2018 highlights…

Ok, I admit it, I was a bit apprehensive going into this year’s Electric Picnic festival… The initial lineup announcement earlier this year – featuring pop heavyweights such as Dua

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It’s the start of a new school term, so time to get your education… in quality house music!

It’s the start of a new school term, so time to get your education… in quality house music! And there’s no better place to start than this week’s Graeme Park

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POSTCARDS FROM 88 – Pete Ward, Awesome 3

There’s no doubt that the summer of 1988 marked a watershed moment in the history of dance, as the house rhythms of Chicago, artistic exuberance of Ibiza, and electronic soundscapes

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“My career wouldn’t have been anywhere near as successful without John Peel” – Dave Clarke

Today, 30 August, would have been John Peel’s 79th birthday. The legendary disc jockey, as fabled for his quick wit as for his mind-boggling knowledge of music (there’s even a

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Michael Jackson would have been 60 today. Here’s an interview with the yet-to-be-crowned King of Pop from 1980…

Before dance music there was disco, one of the leading protagonists of which was the late Michael Jackson. It’s perhaps apt that two of the most formative figures in the

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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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POSTCARDS FROM 88… Orbital, part two: Paul Hartnoll

There’s no doubt that the summer of 1988 marked a watershed moment in the history of dance, as the house rhythms of Chicago, artistic exuberance of Ibiza, and electronic soundscapes

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The weekend is upon us, and the Graeme Park Radio Show is all you need to keep on grooving…

The weekend is upon us, and the Graeme Park Radio Show is all you need to keep on grooving… This week’s two hour mix  features The Brothers Johnson, Joey Negro,

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POSTCARDS FROM 88… Orbital, part one: Phil Hartnoll

There’s no doubt that the summer of 1988 marked a watershed moment in the history of dance, as the house rhythms of Chicago, artistic exuberance of Ibiza, and electronic soundscapes

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Reach for the lasers…!

909originals is delighted to be on the longlist for an award in the Blog Awards Ireland 2018, in the Music category, sponsored by Alcatel. Best of luck to all the

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