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Andrew Weatherall and Terry Farley

Duration:
2 hours
First broadcast:
Friday 20 April 2012

As 6 Music Celebrates: Dance Culture, Andrew Weatherall chats to Terry Farley.

The duo started the now notorious Boy's Own fanzine in 1986, which commented on the slang, the parties, the tunes and the humour of the acid house days, and which also lead to the creation of the label Junior Boys Own. This imprint specialised in dance music and put out records by Orbital and Dig Your Own Hole by The Chemical Brothers, which celebrates 15 years this year.

Terry began making productions with Andy Weatherall, Hugo Nicholson and Pete Heller under the name Bocca Juniors. He later teamed up with Pete Heller and has gone on to re-mix many of the world's leading artists and singers: everyone from U2 to New Order; to the Happy Mondays and Primal Scream at the height of Balearica. He has also produced Kylie Minogue, The Farm and M People.

In this special show, Andrew Weatherall has a dig though Terry Farley's record collection and the pair chat about the music that has made an impact on their careers.

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