Remember when Boy George recorded an acid house-themed LGBT protest anthem..? [May 1988]

Back in May 1988, the Thatcher government in the UK, published the controversial Section 28 to the Local Government Act, which required that local councils “shall not intentionally promote homosexuality

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Top one, nice one, get sorted. This Fantazia footage, filmed 26 years ago today, makes us want to go raving… [May 1992]

Think your day is going well? Not as well, I would argue, as it was for these punters, who attended the Fantazia summer soirée in Bournemouth 26 years ago today…

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Time to ditch the robots? Five years on from ‘Random Access Memories’, we deserve something truly DIFFERENT from Daft Punk…

Five years ago this week (17 May to be exact), Daft Punk unveiled their fourth studio album (or fifth if you include 2010’s Tron Legacy soundtrack), Random Access Memories. Following

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Dave Angel, speaking in 1993: “Techno came from jazz years ago, and forty years from now, techno will be like jazz…”

Having found fame for his seminal mix of Eurythmics’ Sweet Dreams in 1990, Dave Angel has been one of the hardest working men in dance music for more than three

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INTERVIEW: 909originals joins forces with legendary Haçienda resident Graeme Park…

Few DJs can claim to be at the epicentre of a movement, but as resident DJ at the Haçienda in 1988, Graeme Park was at the forefront of the acid

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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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INTERVIEW: Altern-8’s Mark Archer: “I pretty much loved everything from 1986 to 1992…”

***Exclusively published by Future Past Clothing. The full interview can be found here. *** The word legend gets used a lot, but Mark Archer, better known as one half of Altern-8,

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A night out at the Haçienda, Manchester… [1995]

Following on from the announcement of our tie-up with Haçienda resident Graeme Park, here are a few snapshots of a night out in the legendary Manchester venue, from 1995. The

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Justin Robertson on why music should be an ‘obsession’… [March 1992]

As well as becoming a household name for his work with Lionrock, Justin Robertson has been one of the hardest working men in dance music for around three decades, holding

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Tony De Vit: “Once I get into a club and people are going beserk, there’s no other feeling like it.” [January 1997]

Former Trade and Heaven resident Tony De Vit, who passed away 20 years this year, was one of the ‘breakthrough’ names of 1996, as he followed a memorable Essential Mix

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