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Interviews

Orbital - The Magic Circle

Interview | Music Technology, Jun 1993

Phil and Paul Hartnoll are Orbital, and their pioneering brand of user-friendly electronic dance music is a lot more fluid than the traffic on the motorway that prompted the name. So Phil Ward avoids the M25 and heads straight for the heart of the P&P music factory

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Orbital - Strong roomers

News | The Mix, Aug 1994
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Circus Lumière

Feature | Music Technology, Sep 1993
Megadog MIDI Circus

Exclusive pictures of this summer's high-tech roadshow, featuring Orbital, Aphex Twin, Drum Club and many more

MTease

Feature | Music Technology, May 1994

Strong roomers

News | The Mix, Aug 1994

On The Net

News | Topic: Computing | The Mix, Dec 1994

Mail for those who can’t wait for the postman

Incoming Data

News | Music Technology, May 1993

Tap tap tap

News | The Mix, Aug 1994

Access all areas

Feature | Topic: Live | The Mix, Aug 1994
Glastonbury sound

PA secrets behind one of Britain’s biggest festivals

This artist was mentioned in these interviews:-

Orbital - The Magic Circle

Interview | Music Technology, Jun 1993

Phil and Paul Hartnoll are Orbital, and their pioneering brand of user-friendly electronic dance music is a lot more fluid than the traffic on the motorway that prompted the name. So Phil Ward avoids the M25 and heads straight for the heart of the P&P music factory

Dream Sequence

Interview | Music Technology, Nov 1993

The original ambient funsters have a new studio album all but ready, a live album on the way and a major recording deal in the offing. Jonathan Miller encounters Dr Alex Paterson and Thrash on the verge of a higher plane...

Lost in Trance

Interview | Music Technology, Apr 1994

Currently opening the show for the Megadog Midi Circus, Toby Marks (aka Banco de Gaia) is living proof that one man and a rack full of gear can get an audience to its feet and keep it there. And as Phil Ward discovers, Toby enjoys meeting people, likes to travel and drives a small red van.

East of Eden

Interview | The Mix, Dec 1994

At home with the dance act

808 State - The New Statesmen

Interview | Music Technology, Feb 1993

808 State - Absolutely Gorgeous

The Prodigy - The Lone Raver

Interview | Music Technology, May 1992

The drug culture of the rave scene continues to attract the attention of both the pop charts and the tabloid press. Tim Goodyer talks Ecstasy, agony and technology with one of the genre's heroes.

Inside The KLF

Interview | Sound On Sound, Apr 1991

Mark J. Prendergast looks behind the anonymous front of the KLF, riding high on the success of 'What Time Is Love' and '3am Eternal'.

Meat Beat Manifesto - Message In A Sample

Interview | Music Technology, May 1993

Meat Beat Manifesto are to music what Andy Warhol was to art - but they've already been famous for longer than 15 minutes. Phil Ward follows them to a Peel session and to their studio in Swindon, and finds that Meat is not, in fact, necessarily murder.

 

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