Category Archives: flashback

Video: Orbital – Belfast/Wasted (Wasted Vocal Mix)

Filmed in Otford and includes the pub once owned by the parents of Paul and Phil Hartnoll. Vocals by Grant Fulton. Post to celebrate the 30 Something ORBITAL celebrations.

Flashback: The Chemical Brothers – Let Forever Be


The Chemical Brothers‘ classic “Surrender” album, released this week in 1999! Here’s “Let Forever Be” featuring Noel Gallagher with video directed by Michel Gondry.

Flashback: Robert Miles – Children


Flashback: 9 Lazy 9 – Black Jesus


Back on October 1994, 9 Lazy 9 released “Black Jesus” on Ninja Tune, taken from their excellent “Paradise Blown” LP, one of the finest chill-out / trip-hop albums of all time. Watch a video for the track with footage from a 1950s industrial automation.

RIP David Bowie‬…



Flashback: DJ Shadow – Midnight In A Perfect World

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On November 19, 1996, DJ Shadow released on Mo’ Wax his debut album and probably one of the best electronic music albums of all time, Endtroducing…. Below, you can watch the video for “Midnight In A Perfect World”, one of the highlights of the release.

Flashback: The Future Sound Of London – We Have Explosive


Back in March 1997, The Future Sound of London released “We Have Explosive”, the band’s most successful single, getting to number 12 in the UK Singles Chart. It features prominent sampling of the Run-DMC album Tougher Than Leather. Taken from their classic Dead Cities LP.

Flashback: Daft Punk – Essential Mix: March 2nd, 1997 (Mini-Mix)


Today (March 2nd 2015) we celebrate 18 years since Daft Punk’s iconic Essential Mix from March 2nd, 1997. Here is a special mini-mix of Daft Punk’s mix, with a little story from Dance music legend and their manager at the time, Busy P. This mini-mix is taken from we celebrated reaching the landmark of 500 Essential Mix DJs back in 2010. Download here:

Flashback: Underworld – Push Upstairs


Back on March 1999, Underworld released “Push Upstairs” taken from the band’s album Beaucoup Fish. In business, to “push upstairs” means to promote someone either unwillingly or with an ulterior motive.

Flashback: AIR – Playground Love


The Virgin Suicides is a score by French music duo Air for the film of the same name by Sofia Coppola. The album was released this week in 2000. Watch the official video for “Playgroud Love” below.