First appeared in iDJ Magazine. The nineties proved a confusing time for the dance music connoisseur, what with already slippery genres managing to morph into something new in the few short seconds between lifting a twelve from the racks and making it to the counter of the local record store. As trip replaced hip, so the entire rave movement disappeared without a whistle – an entire generation seeing hardcore for what it truly was, an […]
First published by Allmedia. Launched by the illustriously monikered Rob Da Bank in 1995 at South London’s Tearooms des Artistes, Sunday Best proved a pioneer of what later became known as bar culture, with an emphasis less about dancing than a relaxed accompaniment to board games, chitchat, and sleepy weekend pints.