Amateur Recording Engineer
(Prof. military executive)

I'm into : Future jazz, dub, electro, italo, disco, deep house, progressive house, d'n'b, IDM.

I listen to various non-electronic genres of music, including classical music. Everything from multi-channel hi-fi recordings to 78rpm records.

- I DON'T TRADE MP3's
- I DON'T WANT eBAY OFFERS

Besides that feel free to ask about trading/swapping (btw I prefer vinyl, and I prefer swapping). If you have questions about any of the releases in my collection, just ask I'll be pleased to help.

**I'm away (no internet) working most of 2004, 2005 & 2006 - that's why I don't answer the majority of emails about buying/swapping**
Recent Activity
posted a review of Maxi Jazz - The Maxi-Single (More Of What You Need). over 15 years ago
Track A2 "What More Can I Say" contains more or less the same lyrics as used some 3-4 years later on the Faithless track "Reverence", also rapped by Maxi Jazz. Many elements in the music too can be linked to "Reverence" (the track), making the record ... See full review
posted a review of Kosheen - Hungry. over 15 years ago
The Substance & Decoder and the Tomiie mixes are really good, but especially the Tomiie mix looses all energy when edited as all the mixes are on this record. A shame to release a 'cut up' thing like this. Get the full length mixes instead.
posted a review of Emiliana Torrini - Love In The Time Of Science. over 15 years ago
This is basically a singer/songwriter album but Emiliana Torrini has a great interest in experimental music (She was a member of the icelandic group 'Gus Gus'). The diversity in the production of the tracks (each track has its ound 'sound') in addition ... See full review
posted a review of Claude Challe - Flying Carpet. over 15 years ago
This is a pre 'Buddha-Bar' release by Claude Challe and not pressed in as many copies. It's a bit hard to find, but if you think the Buddha-Bar collections are just not exotic enough, then try this...and you'll be flying around your living room? or in ... See full review
posted a review of Nils Petter Molvær - Khmer (Remixes). over 15 years ago
You don't really know what too expect when listening to a remix disc like this, except for the moody trumpet of Nils Petter Molvær, it's unavoidable on every track. Besides that the crossover is amazing, from the relaxing rythms of Herbaliser to the ... See full review