How Clubbing Changed The World + Scala Movie Mixtape

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    I’m on ‘Idris Elba’s How Clubbing Changed The World’, talking nonsense and doing stupid dancing (please let them cut that bit out) – Channel 4 10pm TONIGHT! If you miss it you can watch on 4oD via the link below. http://www.channel4.com/programmes/idris-elbas-how-clubbing-changed-the-world   —————————————————————————————————   Here’s my ‘A Night At The Scala’ Movie Soundtrack […]

Beige Magazine + Sorapol Show

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You can catch me in the bumper Spring edition of Beige Magazine being interviewed by Jon Pleased Wimmin about the S’Express ‘Original Soundtrack’ album. There’s also a ton of other interesting articles. It’s out now and can be picked up across London or it can be read online/downloaded here: www.beigeuk.com/archives   I managed to catch […]

The Joy Of Disco – BBC4

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  You can see Giorgio Moroder, Nile Rodgers and little ol’ me on ‘The Joy Of Disco’. BBC4 this Friday 2nd March, 9PM. Not to mention a whole load of other disco legends. http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2012/feb/25/bbc4-the-joy-of-disco   Catch it on BBC iPlayer if you miss it.   Actually … just watch it here: Mark Moore x   […]

Dazed Digital Interview

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  Here is the FULL UNCUT version of the interview with Mark Moore & Jerry Bouthier for Dazed Digital. (Interview by Mé l a n i e C r é t é) Starting on 4th June at Cable, a new venue in London Bridge, Can Can promises to be the most electrifying new polysexual night […]

Paul Morley Interviews Mark Moore for The Guardian

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  Paul Morley discusses the influence of disco with DJ and producer Mark Moore who, as S’Express, scored a number one smash hit with the disco-sampling Theme From S’Express www.guardian.co.uk/music/2009/aug/20/sexpress-disco  

We Called It Aciiiiiieeeed! Contd

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There’s the famous saying that if you can remember the Sixties you weren’t really there. Through the strawberry-flavoured smoke machine of my foggy mind I remember a few flashes of acid house and the Eighties.