Kev Bird And The Wax Doctor* ‎– Pt. 1

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Dark Matter (Kev Bird's 93 Remix) 6:01
On A Roll 6:00

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MISTER_DIA-TRIBE_73

MISTER_DIA-TRIBE_73

June 23, 2019
referencing Pt. 1, 12", BRSS 021
Kev Bird & The Wax Doctor.... That acid tb303 sample is very clever!!! The way they both chopped this up is some serious production...... And the rest! https://www.discogs.com/Farley-Funkin-Keith-No-Vocals-Necessary/master/40305
kevdasrobot

kevdasrobot

May 4, 2019
referencing Remixes Part 1, 12", Promo, BRSS 021
Dark Matter 93 may have been the best, most played underground anthem of the year. It was everywhere in the the south of England..like a call to arms for the jungle techno massive..Big big tune....just trukinmassive!!
ozbeatproject

ozbeatproject

January 30, 2019
referencing Pt. 1, 12", BRSS 021

The Lists Section to the right doesn't list any DJ Ratty sets and Ratty used to cane Basement Records Tracks especially the Dark Matter (Kev Bird's 93 Remix) one of my favourite DJ'S at the time and still one of my favourite tunes.
tangee

tangee

October 25, 2016
referencing Pt. 1, 12", BRSS 021

Dark Matter Remix Is Such A Blinding Tune, And I Still Feel The Same Now As I Did Then When I Hear Or Play This Tune.
Basement Records Mate, The Talented Production And Engineering Leave No Doubt As To Why Basement Records Tunes Still To This Day...Kick.
tangee

tangee

October 4, 2016
referencing Dark Matter Remix, 12", TP, W/Lbl, BRSS 021

Dark Matter Remix Is Such A Blinding Tune, And I Still Feel The Same Now As I Did Then When I Hear Or Play This Tune.
Basement Records Mate, The Talented Production And Engineering Leave No Doubt As To Why Basement Records Tunes Still To This Day...Kick.
Soljah7

Soljah7

March 29, 2013
edited over 8 years ago
referencing Pt. 1, 12", BRSS 021
Basement was such an integral label during this transitional period. Kev Bird's superior update of the classic 'Dark Matter' is the perfect example of Basement's productions at the time - the pulsating technoid rhythm, the slithering breaks, the catchy b-line interwoven with a stabby hardcore melody and a refreshing but simple breakdown. Top this off with a nice little acidic 303 line and you have one of the most memorable and timeless '93 darkside releases. Essential.