Dune

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For the German Happy Hardcore/Dance act please use Dune (3)
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Singles & EPs

BRSS60 Dune - The Blade / Imported album art Dune The Blade / Imported Basement Records BRSS60 UK 1997 Sell This Version
DUNE 001 Dune - Midnight Run  album art Dune Midnight Run Dune Recordings DUNE 001 Canada 1998 Sell This Version
BRSS62 Dune - Pentagon City album art Dune Pentagon City Thrive Records BRSS62 UK 1997 Sell This Version
BBSCI 001 Dune - Vertical Drop / Contact album art Dune Vertical Drop / Contact Breakbeat Science Recordings BBSCI 001 US 1999 Sell This Version
DUNE 002 Dune - Midnight Run (Source Direct Remix) / Bitmapping album art Dune Midnight Run (Source Direct Remix) / Bitmapping Dune Recordings DUNE 002 Canada 1999 Sell This Version
ACR 003 Dune - Perceptual Register album art Dune Perceptual Register(12") Atomcandy ACR 003 US 2000 Sell This Version
BBSCi006 Dune - Oracle / Resistance [2050] album art Dune Oracle / Resistance [2050] Breakbeat Science Recordings BBSCi006 US 2001 Sell This Version
BBSCI 005 Dune - Possession (Future Cut Remix) / Contact (Dune Remix) album art DJ Dara / Dune DJ Dara / Dune - Possession (Future Cut Remix) / Contact (Dune Remix)(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Breakbeat Science Recordings BBSCI 005 US 2001 Sell This Version
DUNE 106 Dune - Robot Rock / Thinking Of You album art Dune Robot Rock / Thinking Of You Dune Recordings DUNE 106 Canada 2001 Sell This Version
SG 013 Dune Slow Burn(CD, Maxi) Sound Gizmo Audio SG 013 US 2003 Sell This Version

DJ Mixes

MARCD-005, MARCD00052 Dune - Montreal Mix Sessions Vol.3 album art Dune (Double A & Twist)* Montreal Mix Sessions Vol.3(CD, Mixed) Turbo, Turbo MARCD-005, MARCD00052 Canada 1999 Sell This Version

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robinpeesker

robinpeesker

May 6, 2021
Unfortunately nobody has written a review for these 2 Montreal based DJ's and producers, so I thought I should recognize their contribution to the DnB scene. They were they first DJ's that I ever heard playing Drum and Bass. They had a great residency at Silver Fridays at Sona (Montreal) in the late 90's. To boot, they were a couple of nice approachable guys who liked to share music. Aaron (Double A) used to work at DNA records and introduced me to a lot of great tunes. They are a large part of why I started listening to and DJ'ing drum and bass to begin with. To be honest, I never listened to all of their releases, of their own work or the label, but you can check them out yourself and make your decisions. Not as much DNB on this side of the pond but happy to have these 2 guys representing.

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