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Basement Jaxx

Basement Jaxx

11 articles


High In The Basement

Report and Interview by Bethan Cole, i-D, August 1996

As the tired ritual of corporate house culture burns itself out, something low key is rising from the ashes. It's eclectic, it's experimental and it's ...

London — Basement Jaxx

Report and Interview by Andy Crysell, The Face, March 1999

Stupid dancing in a dirty Camberwell pub ...

Basement Jaxx: House That Jaxx Built

Interview by Simon Reynolds, The Wire, May 1999

WITHOUT FANFARE, House has crept forward to become the leading edge of dance culture again — just like it was over a decade ago. It's ...

First Cuts: Today's New Names, Tomorrow's Big Stars... Basement Jaxx

Interview by Stephen Dalton, Uncut, June 1999

Hedonistic, house-based groovers with attitude ...


Report by Carl Loben, Melody Maker, 5 June 1999

Orbit's minute-by-minute descent into delirium ...

Basement Jaxx, Pet Shop Boys et al: Creamfields, Old Liverpool Airfield

Live Review by Andy Crysell, New Musical Express, 4 September 1999


Basement Jaxx: Academy, Manchester ****

Live Review by Dave Simpson, The Guardian, 16 November 1999

Big cheese party ...

Basement Jaxx: Kish Kash

Review by Will Hermes, Spin, 13 November 2003

MAYBE THEY COULD change their names to the Jaxxes. With half-assed rock bands now enjoying all the hype once reserved for half-assed DJ acts, it's ...

Basement Jaxx: Kash In Hand

Report and Interview by Gavin Martin, Daily Mirror, 2 January 2004

IN THEIR 10 years together, Basement Jaxx have sold more than two million albums, won a Brit Award for Best Dance Act and generally been ...

Basement Jaxx/Goldie Lookin' Chain: Bristol Canons Marsh

Live Review by Stephen Dalton, The Times, August 2004

AFTER A SLUGGISH start, the finale of Bristol's Grolsh Summer Set shows felt like a largely triumphant affair on Wednesday. Local acts featured on the ...

Itchy and Scratchy: In Praise of the Basement Boys

Comment by Barney Hoskyns,, March 2007

BEING OF a certain (old) age, I’ve pretty much grown out of dance culture. If I’m really honest, I was already semi-alienated before the rave era ...


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