THROWBACK THURSDAY: Leftfield – Original [1995]

This past week marked the 25th anniversary of the release of Leftism, the seminal debut album by dance act Leftfield, and for this week’s Throwback Thursday, 909originals examines the single

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Marvin Hamlisch – Bond 77 [July 1977]

A quirky Throwback Thursday this week – it is Christmas after all! – as we look back on perhaps the one and only time that 007 went full-on DISCO. Musically, Roger Moore’s

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Nightmares On Wax – Dextrous [December 1989]

Released 30 years ago this week (11 December 1989) to be exact, Nightmares on Wax’s Dextrous was the second release on the then-fledging Warp Records label, and to this day

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Josh Wink – Liquid Summer (1994)

This year marks the 25th anniversary of Ovum Recordings, the Philadelphia-based label created by Josh Wink and King Britt, and for its latest release, the Higher States of Consciousness artist

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: The Human League – The Dignity Of Labour (Pt. 1) [April 1979]

Before they were “working as a waitress in a cocktail bar”, Sheffield synth-pop pioneers The Human League were delving into seriously arthouse territory with April 1979’s The Dignity of Labour.

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Cygnus X – The Orange Theme [November 1994]

There are classics, and then there are absolute belters… and Cygnus X’s The Orange Theme, which was released on this day 25 years ago (7 November 1994), very much falls

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: D-Tek – Drop The Rock [1993]

This week marks the 26th anniversary of the very first Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1, which aired on 30 October 1993, thus setting the template for mix shows to

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Hardcore – Hey R U Ready [1991]

With today marking techno legend Dave Clarke’s birthday, for this week’s Throwback Thursday we turn the clock back to 1991, and one of the Baron’s earliest releases, under the pseudonym

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Dr. Timothy Leary Meets The Grid ‎– Origins Of Dance [1990]

The late Dr Timothy Leary – arguably the most famous advocate for hallucinogens in popular culture – was quite prolific in terms of musical (and spiritual) output in the late 60s and

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Portishead – Glory Box [1994]

Question: what links anarchic cartoon show South Park and arguably the stand-out track on Portishead’s debut album, Dummy, which celebrates its 25th anniversary today (it was released on 22 August

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