Posts Tagged 'Dance'

New Order “Technique” presented by Simon Stuart Eltringham

DJ Simon Stuart gives the lowdown on what happened when New Order recorded in Ibiza. What could go wrong?

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Classic Album Sundays presents Air “Moon Safari”

Oh la la! Summer is here and the time is right for a “Moon Safari”. French duo Air’s debut album united synth-based electronica, kick-back loungey vibes and cinematic scores and became a hit. Quelle surprise!

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Classic Album Sundays presents Massive Attack “Blue Lines”

Classic Album Sundays presents the classic album that defined the Bristol Sound.

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Album of the Month: Massive Attack ‘Blue Lines’

Massive Attack’s debut album but Bristol on the musical map, became a post-club and late-night (or early morning?) classic and forged a sound that influenced a range of acts from DJ Shadow to Portishead.

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Massive Attack ‘Blue Lines’ Musical Lead-Up Playlist

Check out some of the original songs from which Massive Attack sampled on their classic debut album.

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Album of the Month: New Order ‘Power Corruption and Lies’

The album that was inspired by downtown New York City club culture and completed the band’s musical transformation.

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New Order ‘Power Corruption and Lies’ Musical Lead-Up Playlist

Heat the songs that both inspired and were contemporary to New Order’s “Power Corruption and Lies”

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CAS and Phonica Records present The Chemical Brothers “Exit Planet Dust”

One of Europe’s leading dance music record shops, Phonica Records, presents the dance and rave classic “Exit Planet Dust” by The Chemical Brothers at our Wednesday curated after work session.

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CAS London presents Portishead “Dummy”

Buy tickets to our November London monthly listen session featuring Portishead’s debut album “Dummy”.

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Album of the Month: Portishead ‘Dummy’

Portishead’s first album, “Dummy”, did not sound like much else out there when it was released in 1994. Although it did draw upon the trip hop Bristol sound popularised by The Wild Bunch and Massive Attack, it pushed the sound further afield.

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