Coldcut on 30 years of innovation: ‘We are finally growing up’
Posted on: 9 novembre 2017, by : Eamonn Forde

30 years ago, Matt Black and Jon More met on the mixtape and rare-groove scenes in London and formed Coldcut as a rolling music, technology, art and politics project.
They had enormous hits in 1988 with ‘Doctorin’ the House’ and ‘The Only Way Is Up (under the guise of the Plastic Population), both featuring Yazz, and ‘People Hold On’ with Lisa Stansfield in 1989, going through the major label system and being handled by Big Life, the same management firm as Wham! among others.
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