Orbital: ‘We can’t fall out with each other for ever. It would make Christmas awkward’
The Glastonbury legends, returning with a new album, answer your questions on embarrassing festival memories, their breakup and makeup – and being mistaken for the Orb It’s Glastonbury this weekend. What do you remember of your legendary 1994 performance and why was it so important? Jamesis47 Paul Hartnoll: There we were, hammering it out on 909s and 303s [Roland’s TR-909 drum machine and TB-303 bass synthesiser], and people just went mental. It didn’t just bring dance music to Glastonbury; it brought us to the rock arena. Afterwards, we were booked to play all these rock festivals. Continue reading...
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