THROWBACK THURSDAY: OFF – Electrica Salsa [1986]

As Sven Väth celebrates his 53rd birthday, 909originals celebrates one of the diamonds in the Cocoon maestro’s bejewelled crown. Under the pseudonym OFF, Sven released Electrica Salsa in 1986, the

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Bam Bam – Where’s Your Child? [1988]

With Halloween fast approaching (and on the back our review of pizzicato house track Nightmare last week), this week we turn the clock back to an acid house track dipped

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THROWBACK THURSDAY – Brainbug, Nightmare [November 1996]

I was disappointed to read recently about the death of Alberto Bertapelle, an Italian composer and producer who died on stage during a guitar performance in Udine last November –

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Der Dritte Raum – Hale Bopp [August 1998]

It’s rare enough that you can say that a particular track could have been released ‘at any time in the last 20 years’ and still sound relevant, but then Der

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Cygnus X – The Orange Theme

Few dance producers can cite 17th century Baroque composers and filmmaker Stanley Kubrick as influences, but in releasing The Orange Theme back in November 1994, producers Matthias Hoffmann and Ralf

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THROWBACK THURSDAY – Lil’ Louis ‎– The Original Video Clash [1988]

Sometimes a track is so good, you start to hear it everywhere, although in the case of Lil’ Louis’ Video Clash, released in 1988, there’s no guarantee that the track

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Throwback Thursday: Sabres Of Paradise: Smokebelch II (Beatless Mix)

Here at 909originals, I’ve decided to use Thursdays as an opportunity to dig into the record box of history and appreciate some of the most important tunes (some well-known, some

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: 3 Phase Featuring Dr. Motte ‎– Der Klang Der Familie [1992]

The sixth record to be published on the then-fledgling Tresor label, and then subsequently released on Space Teddy, Transmat, Novamute and countless other imprints, 3 Phase Featuring Dr. Motte’s Der

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The origins of Aphex Twin’s Didgeridoo (and its curious link to Leeds United)…

The enthusiastic response to Aphex Twin’s newest track, T69 Collapse, indicates just how much the electronic music industry has missed Richard D James, who, while aged just 46, has been

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