Born in 1971, starting to like dance music in 1988 (that more obvious commercial acid-house stuff that made it into the charts), got in touch with Detroit&Chicago in 1990, loving UK-Hardcore from 1991/1992, then getting into Progressive-House/Trance in 1992-1994, funky hard techno from Sweden in the late 90's, then into Progressive Trance for a few years with music from labels like BozBoz, Baroque, Aurium, Hope and into soulful techno from Kanzleramt, still loving stuff from Sweden (Adam Beyer, Joel Mull, Cari Lekebusch, Alexi Delano), very glad about the return of R&S, always waiting for the annual release from The Martian on Red Planet and still feeling a lot of sympathy to the good old WARP-Label although some of their stuff nowadays is a bit strange. Can't stand minimal tech-house because it has become so boring.

At the moment I rediscovered Detroit Techno with my favourite labels beeing Delsin, Planet E, Innervisions, Figure, Echospace, R&S, Music Man and lots others.
Recent Activity
posted a comment on DJ Holographic - Detroit Love. 9 months ago
Love the Juan Ramos track mixed into Biphonic, superb hell yeah!
posted a comment on Wata Igarashi - New Dawn. 11 months ago
A2 sounds very similar to Patrick Pulsinger's construction tool from 1994
posted a comment on Dr. Atomic - Schudelfloss. over 5 years ago
Such a shame this only made it to No.20 for one week in the UK-Dance-Charts in early 1993... Essential ProgHouseTrance whatever
posted a comment on 2 Bad Mice - Gone Too Soon EP. over 5 years ago
Wow... Makes me feel like it is 1992 again. B1 samples the wonderful Caron Wheeler with Living in the light, adds a lovely piano and fantastic drum&bass programming. The whole EP takes you back to the golden times, thank you!
posted a comment on East 17 - Gold. over 6 years ago
so true siman91. Paws on the floor is a nice Little progressive house track with a light bit of acid thrown in and it works so well while the other mixes are uargh... Haha, same Thing for their first single House of love which has one excellent mix... See full review
submitted ALSO (4) - EP03. over 7 years ago
posted a comment on Speedy J - Ni Go Snix. over 7 years ago
I agree, especially Stefan Robbers did a great Job with a wonderful breakbeat ambient Remix which stands out.
posted a review of God's Brain - Virtual Love. over 7 years ago
A funny Story about this record is told in the book "Der Klang der Familie" by Felix Denk & Sven von Thülen. In the early 90's there were quite some different rivals in Berlin: The Low Spirit Posse, The Tresor Posse, The Tekknozid Posse and so on. MFS... See full review
submitted Fabrice Lig - No Judgment. over 7 years ago
posted a review of Tzusing - A Name Out Of Place Pt. I. over 7 years ago
Love the B1 Track with that male vocal complaining about all kind of things which is around 6 minutes Long. Not sure if it is called Isms or if they got the wrong names on the cover and it is called 1976. What a weird track, reminds me of an old tune... See full review
posted a comment on Underworld - Dubnobasswithmyheadman. over 7 years ago
well, I would say mostly yes. Disc 4 seems to have all the unreleased mixes; Tracks 4-06, 4-08 & 4-09 are really good. The mix on disc 5 is superb imho. Nice to have Eclipse (on disc 2) on cd, can't understand why all mixes of Dark & Long are included... See full review
submitted Reset Robot - Let Your Soul Outside. over 8 years ago
submitted Cloud Boat - Carmine. over 8 years ago
submitted Roberto Clementi - N Lights. over 8 years ago
submitted Various - 20th Anniversary - K-Remixes. over 8 years ago
posted a review of Limbo Records. over 8 years ago
Limbo Records had a remarkable success in February/March 1993 with 2 Releases both entering the UK-Dance-Charts at No. 1. First Mukkaa's Buruchacca hit the top spot and the following week Havana's Ethnic prayer did the same.
posted a comment on Torn Hawk - Bad Deadlift. over 8 years ago
yeah, same Problem here; A2, B1 & B2 Play fine, A1 is unplayable
submitted Various - 20th Anniversary - K-Themes. over 8 years ago
submitted Frank Muller* / Beroshima - The Moment. over 8 years ago
submitted Cloud Boat - Youthern / Hammerspace. over 8 years ago
submitted Vondelpark - California Analog Dream. over 9 years ago
submitted Mikael Jonasson / JPLS - Len Faki DJ-Edits Volume II. over 9 years ago
submitted Silicone Soul - Darkroom Dubs Vol.3. over 9 years ago
submitted Marcus Worgull - Muwekma EP. over 9 years ago
submitted Reset Robot - She Lives Above The Door. over 9 years ago
posted a comment on Cortney Tidwell - Don't Let Stars Keep Us Tangled Up. over 11 years ago
This record deserves a comment for the release itself and for R&S. A lot of people were quite irritated with the musical direction that R&S took from the mid90's. Unfortunately - like someone said "it all faded away in obscurity" in the beginning of... See full review
posted a review of Adam Jay - Naptown Renegade E.P.. over 13 years ago
I have to disagree with Wolfgang. The gem on this release is the 2nd track on the B-Side. A nice groover of a tune which you normally don't find on a Primate Release. A chilled groovy Tech-House-Track that you can play in all sorts of sets no matter... See full review
posted a review of Leftfield - Song For Life. over 14 years ago
The Original from Leftfield came out in December 1992 on Hard Hands and was a massive (underground) record in the UK. Leftfield allowed only Underworld/Lemon Interrupt to do Remixes which where also superb. With the release of their album Leftism in... See full review
posted a review of The Future Sound Of London - We Have Explosive. over 15 years ago
6 out of 5 if this would be possible. I was well surprised when this came out: My first contact to FSOL was of course Papua-New-Guinea in 1992 (I just found out later that Stakker humanoid was also from them) and I loved their stuff in 1992/1993... See full review
posted a review of Rozzo - Into Your Heart. over 15 years ago
A simple but effective record. "Into your space" is the best of the mixes in my book. Quite minimal, playing with the filters and it's really grooving. What I like is the real clear and crisp production style. You could call that an early tech-house... See full review
posted a review of Ray Kajioka - Let Things Slide. over 16 years ago
All 4 tracks are quality funky driving Techno. A1 really reminds me of Dave Clarke's "Wisdom to the Wise" from the famous Red.2 EP. Not that energetic but very well produced. I wonder if this EP is a contribution to some of Ray Kajioka's favourite... See full review
posted a review of Novus - Vector. over 16 years ago
2 excellent banging techno tracks that seem to be well underestimated but have stood the test of time. "Vector" has such a dirty bassline and some fierce noises going on that it really rocks. The b-side-track is also really pounding. So if you have to... See full review
posted a review of Hardfloor - Hardtrance Acperience E.P.. over 16 years ago
I can still exactly remember the first time I heard that tune: It was in February 1993 and I was listening every week to the Steve Mason Experience on BFBS. Back that time the UK-Dance-Charts were really great with some serious Underground Records in... See full review
posted a review of Bedrock Feat. KYO - For What You Dream Of. over 16 years ago
First time I heard a bit of the "Full on Renaissance Mix" in 1993 once on the radio and liked it but somehow that was it. Then it came back to my memory with the Trainspotting-Movie in 1996(?). Some of my friends bought the Trainspotting-Compilation... See full review
posted a review of The Step - Yeah You! (Remix). over 17 years ago
Just a short note: I love the record "Dub War" by "Dance Conspiracy" which came out in 1992 on XL-Records and I'm really surprised I find the female vocal-Sample ("Eyhyeahyeah") also on this Dub-House Warp-Release which actually came out one year... See full review
posted a review of Psychic Flush - Boomerang. over 17 years ago
A strange 4 track EP because the first three tracks are rather standard belgian-hardcore from 1991 but b2 "body tranze" is a brilliant progressive-trance-tune which in my opinion was way ahead of its time. A bit slow but really intense. I heard that... See full review
posted a review of Proper Filthy Naughty - Put Your Earphones On. over 17 years ago
The B-Side is an absolut winner. I had heard that track once on the radio before and then in August 2000 I was in a small club on the island Fuerteventura. A local DJ played some deep house which wasn't that bad but not too exciting. Then he dropped... See full review
posted a review of Various - Untitled. over 17 years ago
White label pressing which I picked up at HTFR. Metropolis is a fantastic progressive-house-tune with all kinds of weird flute & synth sounds and a real tribal groove to get down to. Maybe the best dance-record FSOL ever made, originally out in... See full review
posted a review of Various - Flux Trax 02. over 17 years ago
Normally you get a lot of crap if you buy a "best of techno blablabla-Compilation". But the 2 flux-trax-releases really stand out of that. I bought the CD because at that time I didn't have a copy of Leftfield's wonderful classic "Song of life" which... See full review
posted a review of Minimal Man - Minimal Man E.P.. over 17 years ago
OK, unfortunately I don't know much about the work of Baby Ford and Ian B, but this is a true Guerilla-Progressive-Monster. I mean it's Spring 2005 and I still enjoy this record, cos it's and absolut floor burner. The 4 mixes are not that different, i... See full review
posted a review of Transformer 2 - Pacific Symphony. over 17 years ago
I can't believe that this was produced by Johan Gielen who had quite a commercial hit 2 or 3 years ago. My favourite mix is the "UK Super Cali Mix". It is a combination of Belgian Hardcore and early trance and reminds me a bit of "The age of love".... See full review