By R.O.A.R’s graphic designer, Sam Worlledge I was 17 and had just moved to Oxford. Making new friends in a new area never happens straight away especially when you’re waiting to start a new college course. I’d not spoken to my oldest friend Tom – R.O.A.R’s creator and host, who I’ve known since I was in […]
You’ve probably seen the jungle and drum-and-bass pioneers on a number of documentaries over the past year discussing Rage, as they celebrate 30 years of their famous night, and how they created the popular drum-and-bass sound from techno and acid house mixed with sped-up hip-hop.
DJ Slipmatt may be the nicest man in rave – but he’s sure as hell not dull. With more stories than Jackanory, we could not have have picked a better guest to be among our first guests on R.O.A.R: The ’90s Rave Podcast series than the legend behind so many seminal rave tracks.
Raving. It’s a word that will mean something different to every single one of you reading this blog post. To some of you, raving will just have been somewhere to get wrecked and have a weekend laugh every now and then.