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Recent Activity
posted a comment on Psychotropic - Psychosis. 10 days ago
I've always really liked Psychosis. It just puts me in a really good place every time. It's made in the typical Psychotropic formula in terms of the sounds incorporated. But it's the way the chords and pads progress throughout the song and how the ... See full review
posted a comment on G-Force (9) - Evolution / The Awesome D.J.. 24 days ago
I have a feeling the previous reviewer is the original artist/producer of said track and was expressing shame at his own creation. That's how I read it. I'm probably wrong though. Regardless, I disagree with him. It's the best track on the release by ... See full review
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posted a comment on Bubbles (34) - We Can Ride The Boogie (Rock With You). 26 days ago
Big, big, big track at Camden Palace in north London circa early 1992. This can't be understated. Alongside tracks such as Naz A.K.A. Naz "It's Started Again", Project One "Smokin' Chalice" and The Charm "De-Men-Tation". Just rolls on and on and on. ... See full review
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posted a comment on Airtight - Housewerk. 26 days ago
The FXTC Mix is 100% cringey handbaggy mainstream clubby garage house cheese. Not for me whatsoever.

It's all about the Original Mix for its many layers of warm sweeping Detroit style deep pads, acidic squelchy main hook, subtle breakbeat shuffle and ... See full review
posted a comment on The Blapps Posse - Don't Hold Back!. about 1 month ago
Don't Hold Back! (Instrumental) is a bouncy, feel good, fun and an eternal instrumental UK hip hop / breakbeat / hip-house classic. Whatever the heck you'd like to file it under! The mix with the rap is rather unnecessary though, really is.

Do What You ... See full review
posted a comment on Psychotropic - Only For The Headstrong. about 1 month ago
This release and Psychosis (fantastic, phenomenal track!) are certainly my favourite Psychotropic releases.

I think the Out Of Your Head Mix just about edges it out of the two mixes above. Only just though. To be honest, the Prince guitar lick by ... See full review
posted a comment on Absurd - Der Akt. about 1 month ago
All about the original mix. Perfect blend of German style early techno and electro before the Tresor / Berlin movement took over the whole scene. Raw and unrelenting with a massive dose of Kraftwerk's 'Numbers' to keep it entertaining. Circulating circa ... See full review
posted a review of After Dark - After Dark EP. about 1 month ago
Assylum and Raw are the standout tracks on here. Menacing beasts. Psychotic, psychedlic, and as rough as heavy duty sand paper scraped around the nadgers. In a good way (!?!?) A delicious Belgian style hardcore techno synth cacophony of mayhem, layered ... See full review
posted a comment on Rhythm Kings - A La Recherche Du Temps Perdue. about 1 month ago
Vastly underrated ferocious belgian braineater. Sucks you in and doesn't let up for a second. These guys know how to manipulate the TB-303.
posted a comment on L. D. Jam INC. - Rude Boyz Gettin' Funky. about 1 month ago
Go straight to Uptown Dub as it just doesn't get enough respect. Big, bad skanking dub acid house classic. The rest of the tracks are complete dross.
posted a comment on Tronikhouse - Spark Plug. about 1 month ago
Shades Of Rhythm - Armageddon came first. 100%. Although the original of K.Saunderson's "Mental Techno" was also released in 1991. Also, these remixes were definitely circulating before 1992, probably via the promo or some other kind of pre-release of ... See full review
posted a comment on DJ Trace - Inception. about 1 month ago
I initially didn't come to this page to leave a comment regarding Inception, my intention was to discuss Love Dove Sound only, but since I'm here I'll get to said track in a couple of minutes...

Three distinctly different tracks. The main track was the ... See full review
posted a comment on Dream 2 Science - Dream 2 Science. about 1 month ago
If you appreciate acidic deep house from a bygone era which also happens to be timeless, then you'll definitely need this in your collection.
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posted a comment on Adonis - No Way Back. about 1 month ago
This record not only takes you way back to roughly where it all started, then following the acid house craze, but is simultaneously totally current and timeless. One of the tightest sequenced TR-808 and productions I've heard in any electronic recording ... See full review
posted a comment on Photon - Doin' Our Thang. about 1 month ago
All mixes have their moments. Radiant is the one to take things altogether to another level though. The main riff was borrowed and rearranged on Razor Boy & Mirror Man's BEYOND CONTROL on Rabbit City's first and best, in my opinion release. Very ... See full review
posted a comment on Various - Street Sounds Crucial Electro 2. about 1 month ago
As previous reviewers have already expressed and elaborated extremely well. This is an essential release, aswell as all the EARLY Street Sounds series and a great set of classic cuts. My personal favourite transitions of the mix are between The B Boys... ... See full review
posted a comment on High Fidelity Three - B-Boys Breakdance. about 1 month ago
As far as classic electro is concerned. The Instrumental mix is all the way up there with some of the best of the best. The edits, the rawness, tough, emotional, ominous. Perfect drum sequence and programming. It's got it all.
posted a comment on Pulse (9) - Catvoice. about 1 month ago
From memory, Catvoice seemed to be the most frequently played on the radio [illegal pirate radio that is] and possibly in clubs aswell. I suspect it wasn't meant to be taken very seriously, but a good, nostalgic party track of the times. Guitar samples, ... See full review
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posted a comment on The Moody Boys - First National Rapper. about 1 month ago
I might be guilty in assuming, one should never assume, that Tony Thorpe was a fan of 1980s electro rap. I've always thought that the bassline on Funky Zulu You're So Fresh was inspired by the main riff off of ... See full review
posted a comment on The Neutral Zone - Outer Space. about 1 month ago
Feel good, melodic and relatively laidback, chilled bass n bleep of the highest order.
posted a comment on Z-Formation - Brutal EP. about 1 month ago
Agree with funk_wid_it regarding Frenzy. Deep, moody, hypnotic vibes. Definitely the hidden cut here.
posted a comment on Panic - Voices Of Energy. about 1 month ago
A bit of useless trivial info: Voices Of Energy contains an early example of T99/Anasthasia style stabs around two thirds in of the track. A good many months prior to Anasthasia's full release date. However, it wasn't here they first appeared. There are ... See full review
posted a comment on K.C.C.* - State Of Mind.... about 1 month ago
The intro of Defcon Bass starts off slightly garagey, however, switches rather swiftly into a rather serious, dark vibe. Definitely on the early Sheffield Bass n Bleep tip. The bassline definitely rumbles and the rhythm is reminiscent of Nightmares On ... See full review
posted a comment on Open Mind - The Trance. 2 months ago
I remember some people back in the day describing the Reinforced Records label as 'The Dons Of Darkness'. If producers like Joey Beltram never started making tunes in the late 1980s and very early 1990s, there probably would be no dark hardcore or ... See full review
posted a comment on C-Tank - Subway X / Walk On Base. 2 months ago
Boy do I miss this style of techno. 'Walk On Base' was always my favourite track on here. Simplistic, but overwhelmingly expansive in sound. Brutal, pounding, thunderous, dark Belgian hardcore techno updated by Germans.
posted a comment on Jammin' Unit - Kardeslik EP. 2 months ago
Low Density is a serious, swirling, cauldron of mindf*** s*** and the darkest track on this release. That spooky owl sound always made me feel hysterical inside like I was just about to burst into insane, uncontrollable laughter. The momentary breakdown ... See full review
posted a comment on The Minutemen - Engineers Can Dance Too. 2 months ago
It's an absolute disgrace [tongue firmly against cheek] that 'I Like It' is exclusive to this album and was never independently released on it's own 12". Lovely, feel good, subtle latin infused NYC house classic of a more innocent, sadly bygone era. For ... See full review
posted a comment on Bad Boy Orchestra - Hip Hop Salsa. 2 months ago
Probably the best release under the Bad Boy Orchestra guise. Even though I have to admit I really do get misty eyed for most of the Minutemen stuff aswell.

Some of the best programmed beats of that era. Still hold up today, timeless really. If, like ... See full review
posted a comment on Flag - Four Tracker. 2 months ago
I would say this whole release has more a 1991 feel to it than '92. More techno influenced UK hardcore as a whole. As others have already mentioned, every track has a unique feel to it. Like them all. But if forced to choose, would go for Passion For ... See full review
posted a comment on Flag - Four Tracker Two. 2 months ago
Dominate is the best track on here. Reverse Derrick May/LFO style tone bass, dubwise sinewave sub bass drop, chopped up rolling Run's House beats, fazed 'Dominatrix' ... See full review
posted a comment on Aurora (3) - Firin On All Cylinders / Firin To The Core. 2 months ago
Never really cared for the A side. However, the AA side was always one of my favourite darkside jungle techno tracks of that year. Always went down well alongside both jungle and proper hard techno sets. Even Colin Faver and Loftgroover used to drop this ... See full review
posted a comment on Incendiary - The Happiest Feet. 2 months ago
The Happiest Feet isn't really worth mentioning unless you're still seven years of age and enjoy toytown rave. To be honest, there were much better tracks than this if one likes that sort of thing, within that style anyway.

Endgame very much reminds me ... See full review
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posted a comment on Out Of The Ordinary - Play It Again. 2 months ago
As far as I'm concerned, the only version worth being concerned about is the "Why Don't You Try This Side" Mix. Hypnotic new beaty techno with a few vocal samples thrown in. Massive pirate radio and warehouse fave during the second summer of love. The ... See full review
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posted a comment on Tango And Ratty* - Tales From The Darkside. 2 months ago
2 Bad Mice - 2 Bad Mice sample it as early as 1991. Knight Phantom - What's The Situation Now? Also makes very good use of it later. The sample on the latter, sounds louder and more defined. It's been used quite a bit over the years though. I can't tell ... See full review
posted a comment on KAA (2) - Emphasis. 2 months ago
I've been meaning to leave a comment on here for ages, yet forgot the name of the release until now, and then when I finally remembered I noticed the reviewer's comment below ! :)

I agree that this is way before its time. Not only in terms of BPM for ... See full review
posted a comment on Morlock - Der Energy (Noise). 2 months ago
Orgasm (Live At The Cardiacs) is an excellent hardcore acid techno track, progresses along nicely. More like a very energetic acid jam.

However, it's all about 'Weapon Of Non Violence' for me. A brutalist industrial hardcore techno nightmare of epic ... See full review
posted a comment on Praga Khan - Out Of Control. 2 months ago
Out Of Control is my favourite track attached to the Praga Khan guise. Not to be misunderstood, I like many productions involved with Praga Khan's other collaborations, but this one specifically to said name as it's the most underground sounding compared ... See full review
posted a comment on Frankie "Bones"* & Lenny "Dee"* - Looney Tunes - Volume One. 2 months ago
Damn. Of course! I obviously know that classic really well, but it's never crossed my mind haha. Nice spot :) Tbh I'd play 'Just As Long...' for nostalgia purposes or in a classic mix and for anyone who wanted to listen to it and I'd enjoy it. But not a ... See full review
posted a comment on Luca Lozano - Outer Space EP. 2 months ago
Absolutely. Those drums have been borrowed quite a bit over the years. Subject 13 - Eternity is one particular release which comes to mind.
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posted a comment on Mescalinum United - Reflections Of 2017. 3 months ago
I've also played it to younger people into their current / minimal / loopy / over intricate / yawnfest 'tedious' style techno, and, unfortunately they've absolutely hated it. But I reckon that was as expected with that particular crowd I know, haha :)