THROWBACK THURSDAY: Carl Craig – At Les [1997]

Given that this week marked techno legend Carl Craig’s 49th birthday – happy belated tidings Carl! – this week’s Throwback Thursday highlights one of the jewels in the maestro’s back

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: The Prodigy – No Good (Start The Dance) (CJ Bolland’s Museum Mix) [May 1994]

The second single from The Prodigy’s Music For The Jilted Generation, No Good (Start The Dance), was released 24 years ago this week (16 May 1994 to be exact), and

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Cubic 22 – Night In Motion (1991)

Ok, admit it. How many punters shelled out on this 12″ thinking it was 808 State – Cubik? Night in Motion, the second single from double act Cubic 22 (Danny

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Public Energy – Three ‘O Three [1992]

If Change The Beat, released on R&S Records in 1991 established Dutchman Jochem Paap (aka Speedy J, aka Public Energy) as a producer worth watching, the Hemi-Sync EP, which followed

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Liquid – Sweet Harmony [1991]

Featuring arguably the all time greatest piano loop in acid house history (borrowed from CeCe Rogers’ Someday), Liquid’s Sweet Harmony is just as devastating now as it was when it

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: A Man Called Adam – Easter Song [1995]

With the mercury reaching 25-degrees plus in most of Europe today, for this week’s Throwback Thursday, I’ve picked a track synonymous with so many Ibiza sunsets, Easter Song by jazz/house

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Steve Poindexter – Computer Madness [1989]

By the end of the 80s, the initial acid house wave had given rise to serious experimentation; with legends such as Larry Heard, Mike Dunn and Armando Gallop crafting psychedelic

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Serge Gainsbourg & Brigitte Bardot – Bonnie & Clyde (Herbert’s Fred & Ginger Mix) [2002]

Rarely pictured without a ‘Gitanes’ in his mouth (and buxom blonde under his arm), legendary French songwriter Serge Gainsbourg would have turned 90 years old this week… Back in 2002,

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: A Homeboy, a Hippie and a Funki Dredd: Total Confusion [1990]

Of all the stars of the rave scene that were gone too soon, Caspar Pound arguably shone the brightest. As the founder of Rising High Records, Pound, who died in

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THROWBACK THURSDAY – The Horrorist: One Night in New York City [1996]

Remember Jackanory? The programme where celebrities sat down with a children’s book, and proceeded to read aloud for a TV audience? We’re not sure whether Oliver Chesler, aka The Horrorist,

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