THROWBACK THURSDAY: Queen – Football Fight [November 1980]

With Bohemian Rhapsody likely to clean up at the Oscars this coming Sunday, it’s only fitting that for this week’s Throwback Thursday we pay tribute to a little-known synth pop

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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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909originals presents ORIGINS… HiFi Sean

They say that there are ‘no second acts in American lives’… but that’s clearly not the case in Scotland, where the one-time frontman of pioneering indie rockers The Soup Dragons,

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909rewind Vol. 1… Sven Väth

Welcome to 909rewind, a new series from 909originals that delves into the early careers of some of dance music’s biggest names, uncovering hidden gems and familiar classics from the archives.

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Wondering where the vocal sample came from in A Guy Called Gerald’s Voodoo Ray? You might be surprised…

Today, 16 February, is A Guy Called Gerald’s (aka Gerald Simpson’s) birthday, and while the Manchester-born producer has dipped his toe into a myriad of genres over a thirty year

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Get down and get funky with Graeme Park’s Long Live House Radio Show!

With one week to go until he brings his Long Live House show to Yamamori Tengu in Dublin, here’s the latest instalment of Graeme Park’s weekly two-hour house extravaganza. This

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If you can’t stand the heat… U2’s legendary The Kitchen nightclub opened 25 years ago… [February 1994]

Saunter along Dublin’s East Essex Street on a sunny afternoon, and if you look closely, you might find an inconspicuous wooden door with the letters THE KITCHEN engraved in the

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TRAX Records calls on the world to find some ‘Common Ground’ this Valentine’s Day

Forget Trump, Brexit and the ideologues that seek to divide us… legendary house label TRAX Records is kicking off 2019 with a call for the world to find more ‘Common

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909originals chats to TRAX Records boss Screamin’ Rachael

In the beginning, there was house music… and there was TRAX Records. This year marks the 35th anniversary of the founding of the legendary Chicago label, and over the next

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Check out this stripped-back version of Massive Attack’s ‘Hymn of the Big Wheel’…

A perennial part of Massive Attack’s setlist since the early 90s, Hymn of the Big Wheel, which was released as a single on this day (10 February) in 1992, is

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