THROWBACK THURSDAY: Emmanuel Top – Acid Phase [November 1994]

Lille-born Emmanuel Top was one of the great techno producers of the 90s, and his most recent release, on the deliciously-titled Filth on Acid Records, This is Cocaine, is a

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Haven’t I seen you somewhere before? MUZIK’s dance music lookalikes… [January 1997]

In the early days of the World Wide Web, when life was simpler, hours could be spent in a pub evaluating what famous person (no internet celebrities here) you or

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This documentary contains everything you need to know about electronic music in early 90s Berlin… [1993]

Music site Electronic Beats recently uncovered a gem lurking away in the far back reaches of YouTube – a documentary on early 90s Berlin trance and techno, hosted by MFS

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Goodbye Charly… The Prodigy release Music for the Jilted Generation… [1994]

“You can forget about that bloody cat for a start. It is possible there are a few dozen indie sneerers left for whom The Prodigy are still the capering, cheesy-grinned

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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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SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND: I-F rolls back the years with this Chicago house mixtape… [1989]

Dutch producer I-F, also known as Interr-Ference (and Ferenc van der Sluijs to his mother) has been at the forefront of quality electro since the mid 90s – his epic

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Jeff Mills – The Dancer [1996]

Having developed his Axis label (as well as providing a boost to the emerging Tresor sound in Germany) in the early 90s, and conscious of the emerging tribal techno sound,

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Dave Clarke’s Archive One… ‘a warped, out-of-kilter musical worldview’ [February 1996]

With the release of techno legend Dave Clarke’s new album [the excellent The Desecration of Desire] last week, 909originals takes a look back to early 1996, when the baron released

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Add some Halloween Horror to your DJ set with Vincent Price’s isolated ‘Thriller’ rap…

Nothing screams Halloween like Michael Jackson’s Thriller, released in November 1982, and while Quincy Jones’ epic bass hook is off the hook, Vincent Price’s closing rap, written by Rod Temperton,

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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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