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Idjut Boys Interview

I interviewed the Idjuts for the first time a year or so ago, and it was great fun. Unfortunately it was on a very lo-res format and it’s like watching an interview with two cartoon bubble men made out of Tetris blocks (or something). Anyway, My work with the AllSaints Basement Sessions has luckily allowed […]

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Terry Farley & Dave Jarvis on going to Shoom

I mentioned in a post the other day that I might be cornering these guys for a chat about the early days of Acid House, and here it is. I have about an hour of footage (all gold) and I’m going to chop it up into swallowable bite size edits for you the MTV generation. […]

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Terry Farley & Dave Jarvis ‘Happy Days’ Interview (Part 2)

Here’s part two in my two part interview with the boys. Here they talk about the occasionally intimidating nature of dancing in clubs in the late seventies and how clubbing outside your area was akin to going to the moon. This is definitely one of my favourite Heads Down interviews! If you want to hear […]

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Terry Farley & Dave Jarvis ‘Happy Days’ Interview (Part 1)

Last week I sat down with two men who’ve seen more than their rightful share of the nightlife; from Junior Boys Own to Faith respectively, these guys were there and in my opinion remain relevant exponents of all that is good about dance music. Terry and Dave have just released an amazingly comprehensive series of […]

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Bill Brewster Interview (Part One)

From his punk-loving roots in Grimsby to his current position as chronicler of dance culture (alongside Frank Broughton) and DJ History supremo, Bill Brewster is leading a rich and varied life. His Lowlife parties have imbued him with a reputation as an eclectically kick-ass DJ and his writing has made him a sort of Albus […]

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