In episode seven of The Art of Rave Becky and Groove Armada cover a wide range of topics, including: the surprising roots of the name Groove Armada; how they composed ‘At The River’ using a 50p compilation CD they picked up while buying beer; writing ‘I See You Baby’ in a basement in Ibiza; the origins of Lovebox festival; the impact that smart phones and social media have had on rave culture, and the making of their upcoming ninth studio album, Edge of the Horizon.

Each of Becky’s guests will be bringing along three records that mean or say something to them, whether that’s because they’re by an artist that influenced them, remind them of a specific place or time, or feature a beat that changed them. Meanwhile Becky will be bringing along one of their records that defines why she has handpicked them as a guest for the series.

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