Started buying tunes after I first started clubbing in '94. Acid techno from labels such as SUF, Smitten and Routemaster was the start of my collection before moving onto hard trance & trance, then hard house and freeform and in the last few years back to where it all started for me with early breakbeat hardcore from 90-92 and 93/94 jungle.

All my tunage is potentially up for grabs if the offers right so feel free to ask (but due to being a vinyl junkie I am much more receptive to swapping tracks for my wants)!!

If anyone has any of my wants for swap or sale please get in touch to do a deal.
Recent Activity
posted a review of Pablo Gargano - Eve 12. over 16 years ago
Everyone's Future is a quality acid trancer which uses the same lead riff as Nostrum's classic Brainchild which was released on Time Unlimited. The track is tough and driving with a euphoric vocal and a good acid sequence after the main drop. It was... See full review
posted a review of Wer3* - Happiness. over 16 years ago
This is possibly my favorite old skool tune and one that i will never get bored of. An absolute classic piano breakbeat tune thats very uplifting and yet not cheesy like many piano tracks of this era. Got a fat synth break in it as well as the main... See full review
posted a review of Xavi Escolano - Heaven. over 16 years ago
This is a truly amazing piece of vinyl, and unfortunately one of the few things produced by Xavi Escalano. D.A.F.Y.K. is a banging acid trancer flying along at 165 bpm with a stunning break down and build up to the main drop. Very tough piece of music... See full review
posted a review of Commander Tom - Are Am Eye. over 16 years ago
This is probably the best remix of Are Am Eye in my opinion, followed closely by the Pants and Corset remix, Who Killed Kenny. The main hoover in the breakdown is simply awesome, powerful and stunningly eerie. The main drop has a German feel to it... See full review
posted a review of The Captain & Karim - Show Them We Can Do This / Let The Groove Moov. over 16 years ago
I have no idea why this tune does not have a better rating as it is one of the best hoover tracks on Tinrib, using the classic hoover sequence used by the late Tony De Vit in Are you all ready on Jumpwax (Originally from Underrave by The Disciples). ... See full review