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I heard a set of theres from dance paradise in 94 and it was all 93 tunes.
not complaining about mc's in general, i love Ribbz, Man Parris, Mad P and Joe Peng,
its just the concept that they were demanding what music the dj plays.
I look at flyers now and see more mc's than djs (but thats been discussed lots before)
I agree re the mic level. I never really even heard MC's when raving back in 91-93 times, heard the odd bit during a night but seemed to be all tune and no talk!
As the years progressed that changed. I think my first 'experience' of an 'MC show' was at a Jungle Fever around 94 time with Moose, Five-O and Navigator going B2B on the mic.
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Vote any except Libs, Labour or Conservative.
Won't matter though.Labour well behind even in Wales.Going to be one of the biggest landslides in history.
Luckily, my area is all Labour, so just have to vote as I would anyway. No voting TUSC for me like the last election.
Would you be able to post it up here or on Rolldabeats too please JJ (with tracklist )
Ah thanks jj I didn't know it was you. Thanks matey
Lots of hip hop, Massive Attack, Aphex Twin, FSOL, Nirvana, Green Day, Offspring - and Rage Against The Machine was a big thing back then...
Oldskool piano bits and landlord stabs accompanied with reese bassline and tough breaks,
from our forthcoming album Tales From The Stroboscopic Ocean:
Cheers, Extreme. This could be the one...
Did wonder who was behind it.
That's my submission on Discogs. I'll rip and upload the tape in the next couple of weeks.
Loads of other dance music of all types, hip hop, reggae, soul/funk and through my mates loads of lo-fi American indie stuff and alt-country
GL0WKiD pres. Generation X [RadioShow] @ Planet Rave Radio (25ARP.2017)
Xpansions - Elevation (DJ Nipper Edit 2014) [2014, FREE DOWNLOAD]
Strike - U Sure Do (Boy Raver Free Birthday Remix)
Jinny - Never Give Up (Rhythm & Reason 2013 Remix)
Boizo - Sanctuary Of Doves
K-Klass - I Can Take Some More [1993, DECONSTRUCTION RECORDS]
Worldwide Epidemic - Fun In '91 [2015, FREE DOWNLOAD]
Limited Toss - For Rave Master [2014, SOUNDGRAM RECORDS]
Mark Archer - Frequency (AGT Rave Cru Remix) [2011, BALKAN VINYL]
Mark Archer - Armageddon (Sanxion Remix) [2013, BANGFACE]
Egyptian Empire - The Horn Track (Mark Archer Remix) [2012, MISSILE RECORDS]
DJ Wislov - Space (Private mix) [UNRELEASED]
N-Joi - The Void [1993, DECONSTRUCTION]
Lords of Acid - Let's Get High [1991, COMPLETE KAOS]
Joey Beltram - Mentasm [1991, R&S RECORDS]
Moby (feat. Nicole Zaray) - Next Is The E [1992, INSTINCT RECORDS]
UHF - Peace Head [1991, SONIC RECORDS]
T99 - Anasthesia (Out of History Mix) [1991, WHO's THAT BEAT]
The Prodigy - Pandemonium [1991, XL RECORDINGS]
Praga Khan - The Key to the Kingdom [2003, OKINA MUSIC GROUP]
L.A. Style - James Brown Is Dead [1991, DECADANCE RECORDS]
Xenophobia - Syko D.F. [2016, XENO RECORDINGS]
The Prodigy - Jericho [Genaside II Remix] [1992, XL RECORDINGS]
Xenophobia ft. GL0WKiD - Glow To The Rush [2016, FREE DOWNLOAD]
Xenophobia - The Wobbler [2016, XENO RECORDINGS]
The Prodigy - Time To Get Funky And Raw (DJ Sashay Mental Acid Remix) [2015, FREE DOWNLOAD]
DJ Sashay - Psychosomatic [2015, FREE DOWNLOAD]
DJCRIP - Untitled 6 [UNRELEASED]
I pretty early on realised it was dance music I liked. I've never really been that big on guitar music in general, which cuts out a lot!
But at the same time I was falling in love with happy hardcore - and also the Prodigy, I did listen to a wide mix of other dance music...I remember listening to a show on a Scottish radio station that played a lot of more credible dance music - i remember them playing this, which i still love: www.youtube.com/watch?v=FkyVqCkuCTY - and lots of deep house and the like.
Late 90s I was into a lot of more normal dance music - trance, prog trance, even hard house...weirdly that's the only part of my taste that I grew out of! I still like trance, but more uptempo hardtrance.
Oh and I loved Orbital - now that hasn't changed. I really remember seeing the video for The Box on Top of the Pops and thinking "wow what is THAT?". And the album that is from is still maybe my favourite album of all time. (In Sides).
It wasn't until early 2000s that my tastes broadened a lot - my taste for weirder music coming from getting into speedcore weirdly and then also discovering old hardcore. And I realise now - that was around the time we got high speed internet which is definitely a factor!
I think I was well into my 20s before I bought my first non-electronic album (Public Enemy). Not to say that there isn't plenty of non dance music that I like - old hip hop, funk, soul etc - but most of what I listen to is still rave music of some sort. And I still don't really like guitars that much (except in speedcore!)