THROWBACK THURSDAY: Plastikman – Helikopter [1993]

Given that today is ‘606 Day’ (honouring the TR-606 Drumatix), for this week’s Throwback Thursday, we’ve selected a stripped back techno classic that pushes that particular Roland drum machine to

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Beastie Boys – Ill Communication [May 1994]

Released 25 years ago this week (31 May 1994), Beastie Boys’ Ill Communication is a majestic blend of rap, jazz, funk, punk and Tibetan chanting that could possibly be the

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Ron Hardy – Sensation [1985]

It’s been said that Chicago house music wouldn’t have been the same without the late Frankie Knuckles… well, you could say the same thing about Ron Hardy, whose residency at

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Lionrock – Are You Willing To Testify? [1993]

With tech house titan Justin Robertson heading to Dublin this weekend for the latest instalment of the Phever Legends Series (click here for more details), 909originals delves into the Surrey

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Black Riot – A Day In The Life [1988]

Today, April 18, is Todd Terry’s 52nd birthday, so for this week’s Throwback Thursday, we turn the clock back to the late 80s and a piece of acid house goodness.

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Soul II Soul – Jazzie’s Groove [April 1989]

This week marks the 30th anniversary of the release of one of the most influential dance/hip hop/jazz/funk/soul… you name it… albums of the 1980s, Soul II Soul’s Club Classics Vol.

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Kim English ‎– Nite Life (The Armand Van Helden Remix) [1994]

This week saw the untimely passing of vocalist Kim English, one of the most iconic voices in house music, who worked with some of the biggest names in dance over

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Carl Cox – Let The Bass Kick [1991]

Techno legend Carl Cox is a national institution, having been at the forefront of the scene for close to three decades, and he hasn’t been afraid of dipping his toe

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Massive Attack – Karmacoma (Portishead Experience) [March 1995]

Released this week in 1995 (20 March to be exact), Massive Attack’s Karmacoma single saw trip-hop’s biggest stars align for an all-too-fleeting moment. Written by the band’s Robert Del Naja

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Aphex Twin – Selected Ambient Works Vol. II [March 1994]

In some ways, Aphex Twin’s Selected Ambient Works Vol. II, which turns 25 years old today (7 March 1994), is the most important album of the 1990s. Released as the

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