01 Oct The Nineties
By Gavin Tate
The Nineties gave birth to various styles of dance music ranging from Hard House, Trance and Drum & Bass. Judge Jools was a popular Trance DJ who landed himself the Friday night peak slot on BBC Radio 1.
“The Judge won’t budge”
Gavin King aka Aphrodite was a big name on the Drum & Bass scene in the 90s.
Livin Joy had a huge club hit in the 90s with ‘I’m A Dreamer’.
Eric Cantona was the most talked about footballer throughout the 90s, mostly to due to his controversial behaviour.
England’s players were of an amazing standard in the 90s. No players today come close to matching the quality of the likes of David Beckham in his youth.
Kim Jones gets it right again above with his resort pre-collection for Louis Vuitton. The king of sartorial sportswear, were particularly loving the references to the football casuals of the early 90s – photographed here byJeff Hahn for Used Magazine.
“Nobody dies a virgin… Life fucks us all.” – Kurt Cobain
Whilst 90s Britain were high on the aftermath of Rave and making guitar music popular again, so were the States. Grunge music had made a wide ripple across major cities in America and the rage filled youth were very much engaged in it.
ands such as Nirvana, Sonic Youth, Pixies, Smashing Pumpkins and Hole were the leading names of one of the greatest movements the U.S. had ever accomplished.
It wasn’t long before hits such as The Pixies ‘Debaser’ were Radio favourites in Britain as well as the States.
As well as Britpop and Grunge being the biggest musical movements of the 90s. Fashion and film stars were seen on every leading magazine cover throughout the world.
To Be Continued……………….