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Interview with Zero Zero by Seamus Quinn, NME, August 3, 1991.

As the Manchester members of Ladbroke Grove’s Kickin’ Records roster, Zero Zero can claim to be one of the originators of the UK’s then-emerging bass music scene.

Here’s a little interview I did with them for the NME. Also, within the “Groove Check” section on the right, Sherman at the Controls writes about two releases from Manchester dance music label Omen Recordings: Doo Lally D’s “Floorquake” and Obertron’s “Insanity”.
Artefact added : 13th January 2021
by Seamus Quinn
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