Ten things you might not have known about Orbital’s ‘Brown Album’

“It’s like… like a cry for survival. A cry for survival. For their survival and for our survival!” Orbital’s second album, also known as Orbital II or the ‘Brown Album‘,

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Detroit legends Drexciya continue to bring ‘afrofuturist’ mythology to the masses with the launch of a new book

As well as being one of the foremost production duos emerging from Detroit in the 1990s, electro outfit Drexciya also became renowned for their thematic releases, starting with 1995’s Aquatic

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Interview: On the right track… 909originals catches up with Squire

Do you know what you were doing a decade ago? In the case of Jaime Alguersuari, it was a time spent at circuits such as Silverstone, Monza and Monaco, with

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With the future of Q Magazine said to be looking rocky, here’s a playlist compiled from its ‘100 Greatest Albums’ issue in 1998…

The news that Q Magazine could be facing closure – a victim of falling advertising and readers moving online – has been rightly met with dismay by music lovers, for whom the

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MTV comes to Mosney… MTV’s Dance Floor Chart reports from Homelands Ireland 2000

Homelands Ireland 2000 was 20 years ago – no, we don’t know where the time went either – and as the video below demonstrates, it was a hedonistic mudbath. MTV’s Dance Floor

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Get your groove on with the Long Live House Radio Show..!

Get ready to wild up your weekend with quality house tunes from the Long Live House Radio Show! This week’s two hour mix features Izo FitzRoy, Jamiroquai, House Gospel Choir,

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Check out the absolute SCENES from Fantazia Takes You Into Summertime, which took place on this day in 1992…

On this day (15 May) in 1992, rave promoters Fantazia put on their largest party to date, with an estimated 16,000 nutters descending on Matchams Park Stadium in Bournemouth for

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Kamaflarge – Discotamination (Dave Angel Rework) [1998]

Seeing as yesterday marked Dave Angel‘s 54th birthday (happy birthday Dave!), this week’s Throwback Thursday features one of 909originals’ guilty pleasures. Released on Billy Nasty’s Tortured Records imprint, Angel’s rework

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Interview: Here come the drumz… 909originals chats to State Of Bass author Martin James about the origins of jungle and drum ‘n’ bass

Emerging out of the melting pot of broken Britain in the early 90s, jungle (and drum ‘n’ bass, which followed later) was like no musical movement heretofore experienced, as a new

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