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To you the ROAR Crew, We are proud and humbled to today celebrate ROAR’s first birthday by bidding you farewell, and sending out a MASSIVE thank you for all of your support, in whatever shape that took, since our launch this time last year. ROAR was always meant to be a lockdown project to bring a smile to the faces of ravers while journalistically…
 
HOSPITAL RECORDS co-founder & CEO, LONDON ELEKTRICITY, speaks publicly in an interview for the very first time about allegations of racism that consumed the label in the wake of George Floyd’s murder and the Black Lives Matter movement, in this the final part of ROAR’s engrossing marathon three-parter with one of the most influential figures in rav…
 
HOSPITAL RECORDS co-founder and CEO TONY COLMAN reveals exclusively to ROAR about his decision to step down after a difficult last year, in part 2 of our exclusive mega-interview. Some 12 months after the label was caught in a storm of allegations of racism, Tony AKA DJ and producer LONDON ELEKTRICITY explains he wants to focus on performing and pr…
 
ROAR gets typically deep with LONDON ELEKTRICITY, one of the most influential names in the current drum and bass jungle scene, and co-founder of arguably its biggest label HOSPITAL RECORDS. Through his work Hospital, the DJ, producer and event promoter AKA TONY COLMAN has been hailed by some for changing the face of drum and bass and jungle by help…
 
Rave originator JUMPING JACK FROST rounds up his three-part interview with ROAR by moving into the modern day and assessing the many positives, and some negatives, of the current drum and bass scene, while comparing the then and now. Praising ANDY C for his huge success which continues to push the music into the mainstream, Frost AKA NIGEL THOMPSON…
 
ROAR gets gritty with JUMPING JACK FROST in the second of our three-part interview as he opens up about the dark times that he and the jungle scene endured and how both have thankfully bounced back…and some! In typically honest fashion, the unashamed former bad-boy from the streets of Brixton AKA NIGEL THOMPSON admits he revelled in the violent tim…
 
ROAR meets one of the DJs who helped shape the early rave scene in JUMPING JACK FROST for a typically frank chat with this larger-than-life personality. In the first of three parts of this romping journey through his fascinating life, the jungle and drum and bass legend talks about how came from the streets where violence and robbery was a part of …
 
This week ROAR meets MISTRESS MO, one of the ‘90s rave scene’s most prominent females, for a fascinating dive into the old skool. The DJ and promoter AKA MO JONES discusses how she went from a teenage raver who’d just learned to drive and would spend every weekend haring around the country attending often “dodgy” free parties, to one of the UK’s le…
 
MAMPI SWIFT concludes his frankest interview ever, by speaking to ROAR regarding the commercialisation of the drum and bass and jungle scene, which has led to allegations of ‘racism’ and ‘whitewashing’ and seen industry leaders forced to do plenty of soul-searching over the past few years. Pointing to the lack of diversity in modern DnB crowds, and…
 
In part 2 of MAMPI SWIFT’s most in-depth interview of all time, the double-drop master talks to ROAR about his infamous DJing skills and techniques which saw a rivalry develop with drum and bass colossus, ANDY C, whose success Swift reckons he could have replicated had he made better decisions at key times. Swift – AKA PHIL ANIM – explains how he h…
 
** Hope you like the Mampi Swift artwork from our brilliant new recruit, DnB Illustrated AKA LORA JONES. Go seek out her rave art on Insta https://www.instagram.com/dnbillustrated/?hl=en and official website: https://www.dnbillustrated.co.uk/ ** ROAR combines old school and upfront for the first time today as we welcome drum and bass stalwart MAMPI…
 
In this fascinating episode, Ruffneck AKA PATRICK VAN KERCKHOVEN talks about how, taking inspiration from UK and US music in the late 1980s, he accidentally helped create the blueprint for the current massive Dutch rave scene which regularly hosts huge hardcore festivals and multi-arena events, by first failing to make Chicago house, and then creat…
 
ROAR meets CHRIS PAUL, leading ‘90s musician, DJ, producer and Top of the Pops Star with ISOTONIK, who started his career as a cop before becoming the UK’s most prolific promoter, sometimes putting on up to five raves a weekend, including most famously his successful ORANGE event and even spun rave tunes for the QUEEN MUM and PRINCESS DI! In this i…
 
** HIXXY WILL BE JOINING US FOR A LIVE WATCH-A-LONG WHEN THE EPISODE GOES OUT AT ITS LATER TIME OF 8PM (WEDNESDAY) FOR YOU GUYS TO HAVE A NATTER AND ASK HIM ALL THOSE BIG BURNING QUESTIONS OF YOURS ** Our in-depth four-part interview with HIXXY rounds up as we get the four-beat happy hardcore don’s take on the current upfront hardcore scene after a…
 
DJ HIXXY shows how he has remained one of the top dogs of the rave scene with another fascinating journey through the ups and downs of his career and the hardcore genre. Starting with happy hardcore in a perilous state at the turn of the century, the DJ, producer and promoter AKA IAN HICKS talks about the disaster that was HELTER SKELTER Millennium…
 
DJ HIXXY dives deeper still in part 2 of his four-part ROAR interview, as the South Coast happy hardcore don reveals the incredible story of how he broke his neck TWICE in the ’90s and how it has impacted upon his ability to perform ever since. Hixxy AKA IAN HICKS also discusses the impact of ecstasy and game-changing nature of Slipmatt’s SMD1 on t…
 
Happy Hardcore don and Bonkers creator HIXXY AKA IAN HICKS sits down for a full and frank four-part interview with ROAR where no stone is left unturned. In this special first episode which is dedicated to the recently deceased rave producer friend SQUAD-E and sees Ian pay tribute to his close friend ahead of his interview the renowned South Coast r…
 
ROAR wraps up our two-part interview with jungle originator KENNY KEN, bringing you yet another fascinating insight into the history of a genre currently undergoing an exciting resurgence. First harking back to the ‘90s, Kenny AKA KEN DELSOL talks about the 1994 split between jungle and hardcore and how jungle found massive worldwide success after …
 
One of the original junglist originators KENNY KEN is welcomed onto ROAR for a fascinating and unashamedly outspoken two-part romp through his incredible life and career. Having spent much of his younger years in and out of Her Majesty’s Pleasure for low-level criminality, Kenny AKA KEN DELSOL tells The ‘90s Rave Podcast how accidentally finding th…
 
Rave and Radio King of the Northwest STU ALLAN completes his interview with ROAR by giving his take on the birth, death and rebirth of happy hardcore, and how his shows on Piccadilly Radio and Key 103 inspired a generation of new ravers. Plus Stu tells how he’s managed scene politics and discusses how he’s coped without gigs during the pandemic. Wa…
 
In the third of a four-part interview with ROAR, STU ALLAN looks back at his period of pop success with Clock, and discusses for the first time about the strange and upsetting time one of his early tunes became the soundtrack to the horrific torture and murder of a young woman. Plus he talks about remixing his music icons including Nile Rogers…and …
 
In part 2 of a four-part interview, STU ALLAN tells ROAR about his experiences of playing the legendary Manchester rave venue The Hacienda and those exciting years in the early ‘90s where he was able to play a range of dance music and refused to be pigeonholed. The Rave King of Radio and the Northwest also talks about his superstar pal Carl Cox’s d…
 
ROAR welcomes the evergreen figure of Stu Allan for the first in a four-parter interview spread across a fortnight where he discusses exactly how he became the Rave King of Radio and the Northwest! In part one Stu AKA, well, Stu Allan tells The ’90s Rave Podcast about his musical childhood in a band and how he became almost the only DJ from the sma…
 
MAGIKA finally tackles one of the reasons why so many of you were clamouring for ROAR: The ‘90s Rave Podcast to get the MC on the podcast as he puts *HIS* side of the story to the fall-out with VIBEALITE promoter GARY JACQUES. In third and final part of our in-depth interview, the self-confessed Mister Marmite of rave AKA AIMRAN MAJID, or ‘G’ also …
 
In this episode MAGIKA explains how he solidified his position as one of the ‘90s rave scene’s leading MCs, and assesses why he thinks he has come to divide opinion, admitting with honesty that he could have acted better at times and that he regrets some of his past actions. In this the second of a three-part in-depth interview with ROAR: The ‘90s …
 
MAGIKA is the self-confessed Mister Marmite of rave loved and respected by some for his contribution to the ‘90s scene, while others feel less enamoured by his MCing and even some of his behaviour over the years. But nobody can deny he’s been right at the heart of the UK rave scene from its earliest days through to the present as an artist playing …
 
METALHEADZ official photographer EDDIE OTCHERE was one of only a handful of people lucky enough to document the mid ’90s jungle scene from the inside. Hired by GOLDIE to photograph his label’s now infamous night at the Blue Note in Hoxton in the days before cameraphones, Otchere captured the good, the bad and the ugly of the exploding rave genre as…
 
Have you ever heard the incredible, heartwarming tale about the ’90s rave DJ who was brought up in foster care, left school without any GCSEs, was often in trouble with the law as a gang member, and then after successfully defending himself in court became a barrister? No? Well check out this episode featuring one of the most amazing stories to com…
 
In the second and final part of ROAR: The ‘90s Rave Podcast’s interview with MARK ARCHER, the ALTERN 8, BIZARRE INC and NEXUS 21 producer talks candidly about the highs and lows of his long career in the music business, including becoming a Top of the Pops star, the painful split from production partner Chris Peat, getting hitched onstage at BangFa…
 
In yet another deep-dive double-header, ROAR: The ‘90s Rave Podcast meets the man behind the mask as we really get to know the real MARK ARCHER in the ALTERN 8 icon’s most in-depth interview yet. In part 1, the surprisingly introverted producer and DJ talks of his ‘accidental’ success with BIZARRE INC, NEXUS 21 and and the famous PPE-masked duo, co…
 
[**Our sincerest apologies both to you and to Junior Tomlin for the sound quality in this episode – you can blame Latch for that as he had to present AND produce at the same time…and failed. Think he was a bit tipsy on that free lager, and we were a bit rushed by the interview being delayed due to traffic. One of those days. Needless to say, we won…
 
In yet another exclusive for ROAR: The ‘90s Rave Podcast, renowned VIBEALITE promoter GARY JAQUES gives his first interview in 25 years. In this the third and final part, Gary discusses the difficulties of running raves against the backdrop of a splitting scene and then happy hardcore’s demise, how he became disillusioned after being ripped off and…
 
In yet another exclusive for ROAR: The ‘90s Rave Podcast, renowned VIBEALITE promoter GARY JAQUES gives his first interview in 25 YEARS. In this the second of three parts, Gary discusses how he grew Vibealite from a club night to a huge multi-arena event, monetised the growing brand through merchandise including the recorded-on-the-night tapes and …
 
In yet another exclusive for ROAR: The ‘90s Rave Podcast, renowned VIBEALITE promoter GARY JAQUES gives his first interview in 25 YEARS. In three hour-long episodes stripped across a week, Gary will tell how he went from sweaty raver to the promoter of one of the ‘90s top rave events and brands. In this first episode, Gary reveals how he was inspir…
 
ROAR today launches our first charity appeal, as we team up with the legendary MC Navigator to ask for your help and we know you lovely lot will answer our call. Navi’s nurse sister-in-law, Tracy-Ann Mullings, has a rare form of cancer and the family needs help funding her treatment and to get through the Covid-19 pandemic as she’s unable to work. …
 
As ROAR: The ’90s Rave Podcast‘s ‘MC Month’ edges towards a close, Ribbz – AKA Sean Hill, the nicest man in rave and one of the leading hosts of all time – tells us how he still manages to last all night despite being in his fifties, explains how he avoids scene politics but reveals he was once threatened to be shot by a territorial fellow MC, and …
 
As ROAR: The ’90s Rave Podcast continues our ‘MC Month’, we tick yet another rave legend off the list with another rare interview – this time with the mysterious and enigmatic MC/DJ Ribbz. In part one of another double-header, the man with the biggest smile in rave – AKA Sean Hill – talks about a life dedicated to a scene for which ‘E’ was the key,…
 
** WARNING: CONTAINS CONTENT THAT VIEWERS WILL HOPEFULLY FIND OFFENSIVE ** ROAR: The ’90s Rave Podcast continues our ‘MC month’ with the unmissable climax to our ‘Rhymes & Crimes’ special with Moving Shadow host MC Flux, which peels back the dark underbelly of the ’90s rave scene. In our shocking two-part interview, Flux – AKA Carl Thomas – tells h…
 
** WARNING: CONTAINS CONTENT THAT SOME LISTENERS WILL HOPEFULLY FIND OFFENSIVE ** ROAR: The ’90s Rave Podcast goes dark as our special ‘MC month’ continues with a ‘Rhymes and Crimes’ special with Moving Shadow‘s resident host MC Flux, which peels back the dark underbelly of the ’90s rave scene. In this shocking two-part interview, Flux – AKA Carl T…
 
In the second and final part of ROAR: The ‘90s Rave Podcast interview with MC MC the legendary mic man – AKA Maurice Capillaire – discusses why he took drugs while performing, the difficulties he had straddling jungle and happy hardcore, and how he left rave music to become a respectable Los Angeles businessman. Plus he speaks in detail for the fir…
 
In this much-awaited first of a two part episode, legendary rave mic man MC MC – AKA Maurice Capillaire – gives a rare interview to ROAR: The ’90s Rave Podcast direct from his home in LA where he discusses how he became one of the ’90s rave scene’s most loved MCs via a spell in prison, his close relationship with partner in rhyme Stevie Hyper-D, an…
 
Following a crappy old year, ROAR bids you all a ravey old Christmas with a festive message from founder and host Tom ‘Latch’ Latchem, including a preview of what we have in store for you next year, before evoking some memories of happier times raving at the now-closed mecca of ’90s rave, The Sanctuary, with the man behind the popular @thesanctuary…
 
Six-time Paralympic gold medal winner DAVID WEIR tells More ROAR about his love of ’90s rave music, getting fake ID to blag it into World Dance aged 14, finding love and acceptance as a wheelchair user in the rave community, and his desperation to go out partying again. Plus he tells us what his future holds as he nears the end of his racing career…
 
In this 90-minute interview, Scorps – AKA Simon Mitchell – talks about how he helped build the UK’s hardcore techno scene from his small corner of the Southwest, became a crowd-pleasing resident at Helter Skelter‘s famous ‘Technodrome‘, and brought harder styles to the masses as one of just a handful of hard jocks to play main rooms at the big 1990…
 
In the second and final part of DJ Rap‘s exclusive in-depth interview with ROAR: The ’90s Rave Podcast, Rap – AKA Charissa Saverio – tells us how she created her most famous jungle tune while still buzzing after a rave, what it’s like to tour the world as an international popstar, and the Propa Talent boss insists her best work is still to come…so …
 
DJ Rap tells ROAR: The ’90s Rave Podcast in the first of an exclusive two-part interview how the rave scene saved her life, partying like there there was no tomorrow while making it as a top female DJ and producer in a sexist man’s world, and the truth about her very public (and brief) engagement to MC MC onstage at Elevation. Plus the Propa Talent…
 
In the second and final part of his interview with ROAR: The ’90s Rave Podcast, rave originator Ray Keith talks about why he became the go-to man for a jungle and drum and bass remix in the 1990s, why he started his infamous Dread Recordings label and his love of acting. Watch Donate ** Help fund future episodes by donating to our crowdfunder: www.…
 
Rave originator Ray Keith chats to ROAR: The ‘90s Rave Podcast in part one of his two-part interview about growing up in violent, racist Essex in the 1970s and 1980s, and how he had to scrap and work hard (including for 19 years at the legendary Blackmarket Records) to create one of the most distinctive sounds and labels – Dread Recordings – in jun…
 
Popular rough ‘n’ tough jungle, drum & bass and garage host Juiceman chats to ROAR: The ’90s Rave Podcast’s newly-named spin-off show More ROAR about his impressive 30 year career as a top rave MC which saw him smash some of the biggest and best dances around the world and how he’s now making music V Recordings. Plus we get his take on those Skelte…
 
In the second and final part of our exclusive rare joint interview with Force & Styles, ROAR talks to the renowned happy hardcore about their much-loved MC Junior’s incarceration, passing and unique recording style – including a surprising revelation about one of their biggest hits – and how they came to work with esteemed vocalist Jenna. Plus we h…
 
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