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posted a comment on Syncbeat - Music. about 1 year ago
So far ahead of its time. When Morgan Khan signed this it was released to a whole wider audience via Streetsounds and its inclusion on Uk Electro. With Greg Wilson helping to produce this it is a real piece of history which was high above most records of ... See full review
posted a comment on The Prodigy - Everybody In The Place. about 1 year ago
Before this was release I went to a rave in reading at the Rivermead centre and the Podigy were booked to play. I will never forget walking into the hall there and this was playing and the place was absolutely going off, everyone was on another level and ... See full review
posted a comment on Tranquility Bass / Hawk* - California Dreaming (Sampler 12"). about 1 year ago
Tranquility bass samples Debussy and makes a fantastic slow slung piece of west coast bliss, ignore at your peril
submitted K90 - Bomb Jack. over 2 years ago
posted a comment on New World Corporation - New World Corporation. over 4 years ago
this is an early free party classic, you'll either get it or it will pass right over you
posted a comment that has since been deleted. over 4 years ago
submitted Pop Out And Play - When The Dark Calls. over 4 years ago
submitted Various - TooB Records All Stars EP. over 4 years ago
submitted Pop Out And Play - Spray Crazy. over 4 years ago
submitted Pop Out And Play - Corrosive Tongue. over 4 years ago
posted a comment on Ukkonen - The Isolated Rhythms Of​.​.​.. over 5 years ago
The album has written notes from the artist on the reverse of the sleeves which offer explanation for his intentions behind the composition - makes interesting pertinent reading. Each sleeve lovingly unique in their appearance from a hand finished ... See full review
posted a comment on Artec - Square One. over 6 years ago
The credit for Stuart spells his name incorrectly, his real name is Stuart Nesbit, it was a typing error on the release
submitted TooB All Stars - Pop Out And Play - God Sometimes. over 6 years ago
posted a comment on Various - Street Sounds Hip Hop Electro 11. over 8 years ago
If you can't remember where you were when you first heard Africa Bambaataas - Planet Rock, you weren't either a break dancer in the 80's or an Electro album buyer. The series boasted fresh sounds and energy into an underground scene where many of the ... See full review
posted a comment on Pop Out And Play - On Our Way. over 8 years ago
Written especially for Special Needs Recordings, a peak time tech house visitation into techie stabs and rolling bassline, one for those pilled up and wanting more. Asads remix is a journey into a stripped down, dark, druggy, tech house tune. This record ... See full review
posted a review of Rightfield - Two Phat Bombs. over 9 years ago
Written by half of Darshan, half of Pop Out and Play, Dj Bong and Mel. This record uses a phattened up gritty distorted acid line and keeps 2 Bad Mices breakbeat and Leftfields Phat Planet main hook together combining to make a peak time monster. ... See full review
posted a review of Pop Out And Play - While You Were Sleeping. over 9 years ago
The original is the kind of chunky techy prog fodder that slips nicely into a deep dark druggy night out with its thunderous bass line which builds atmosphere and drops in to create a solid dancefloor monster. Drakey's mix rolls along a more tribal and ... See full review
posted a review of Pop Out And Play - Share It With The Class. over 10 years ago
Many who like their music a little more proggier and the chunkier end of the scale aimed for the Rozzo mix, which is deep and atmospheric picking up support and radio play from Digweed. The original sounds more along the lines of a tech house production ... See full review
posted a review of Pop Out And Play - Can U Hear Shapes?. over 10 years ago
A darker release for Omid 16b's Alola label. The two West London tech housers debuted with this double A sider. One side picks up all the deep techno influences of labels like Transmat and is laden with stabs and influence from Detroit. The flip side ... See full review
posted a review of The Stone Roses - What A Trip. over 10 years ago
Nice thing to own on sick green vinyl, however the Stone Roses seem a little unimpressed with the interviewer and give answers almost mocking him. The interviewer asks stupid questions which are unfortunately met with dull answers. I wish I could speak ... See full review
posted a review of The Future Sound Of London. over 10 years ago
The partnership of the two FSOL'ers has been nothing short of the meeting of two futuristic sound geniuses. Papua New Guinea, despite having found influences from Meatbeat Manifesto's - Radio Babylon, is without any shadow of a doubt the best dance ... See full review