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Just a headsup for today's fresh release marking also Altern-8 studio return (?!)
"Acid Bang" is a brand new tune by Altern-8 collabing with Mele ( www.thisismele.com )
Part of Monki free EP which is officially out today including 6 more other tunes.
All of his eps are worth getting. He recently did a series of 3 10"s... I can't recommend his tunes enough. I did a an hour mix of his stuff a while ago. I'll add a link to the mixes section.
pretty wicked new skool
Discogs have started banning the sale of bootlegs, for example if you check this label you can't list any of them for sale:
At the moment only the bigger bootleg labels have been blocked, but it's possible all bootlegs could be eventually. Hopefully they just block them from sale and not listing them completely.
Anyone know where this comes from, was it ever discovered?
Also, anyone know where the "Hardcore" vocal sample comes from on DJ SS E Face?
No TC, it's definitely not how they're shot. You can count the people.
In the north west its now mainly funky/tribal/EDM house thats ruling the roost everywhere.
Scouse House/Trance had its day for a while also, but like happy hardcore got infested with the worst type of chavs imaginable
Drum and Bass never really caught on properly ( I know there are nights at Warehouse Project etc) but vast majority
Saying all that there are some hidden nuggets of old skool nights dotted around up here, particularly if you are into Italo/Piano style. Not cheese either like Robin S, some proper old Italo heads running the nights
I remember reading about it on here about 3 years ago and the main talking point was the price.15 pounds for a new repress was the rumour.Not interested in the tune but hopefully it came out cheaper than that.
Here's last night' RAVE RADIO vinyl session #053 from me. Recorded LIVE on Code South 105.6 FM. Another different '92-93 hardcore selection with a smidgen of the new sound too.
1. RAVE RADIO Intro
2. Higher by Son'z Of A Loop Da Loop Era
3. Fight For Love by TRY UNITY
4. The Life And Crimes Of A Ruffneck by ACEN
5. Tribe Vibe by Run Tingz
6. Jungle Zone 1 by Energy Zone
7. Techzone 2 by MK 13
8. I Believe (Mad Ragga John Remix) by Da Bass Invaderz
9. Junos (Armour Mac & Nunny Remix) by Mac Attack & Skeme
10. Caligular by Subculture
11. Untitled AA2 (Mix To The Max Vol. 3) by A-Sides
12. Feel The Panic by Lewi Cifer
13. Fabulous 5 Intro
14. Theme From Daddy Armshouse by Kurnel Knifekut & General Gun
15. 5 Men In A Car, 1 Man In The Boot by 2 Boasters (A Digestive & A Jammy Dodger)
16. Man Shot Dead In Dalston E8 by Kurnel Knifekut & General Gun
17. The Accelerators Stuck (And I Can't Slow Down) by 2 Boasters (A Digestive & A Jammy Dodger)
18. 99 Red Balloons by Lewi Cifer
19. Do It Now by Smith & Brown
20. Heat (Mix 2) by Lewi Cifer
21. Look No Further by Run Tings
22. Rudeboy by DJ Pooch
23. Funky Dope Track by Run Tings
24. Untitled B2 (Unreleased EP) by Battery 03
25. Firin To The Core by Aurora
26. Everybody by Boykz & Chapman
27. Begging 4 More by Sensi-tize
28. Space Cube by Sassion
29. Burn Baby Burn by Sensi-tize
30. The Voice by 20 Hurts
31. Beat Dis by Da Untouchablez
32. Hyd & Seek by Bay B Kane
dj jedi wrote: Being a southerner I have no idea about Northern raves. I know there were a lot of ravers up north back in the day but I thought they were mainly into the piano house/club classics side of things rather than hardcore or jungle (of course there must have been exceptions.) I know that Slammin Vinyl cancelled their last event in Liverpool due to poor ticket sales.
Yes, all these represses are being purchased in multiples, most of my friends tell me.
A few years ago, these new vinyl were limited to 1 per person.
I know lots of people on Discogs who don't even own turntables...
Lots of these more recent presses won't go for much on Discogs though, as I think lots of them are pressed in much bigger numbers, and the resellers will flood their own market...
got a brand new unplayed copy of this only had it yesterday its no use to me as ive sold my dex i ordered this months ago but its took that long to turn up i no longer have any use for it you cant get any of these now as they all sold on the pre order stage £10 +£4 P+P
www.discogs.com/Tango-Tango-Pro ... e/10683802
It will certainly be interesting to see how long it lasts, sadly I think at least 25% of sales at the moment are prospectors buying stuff hoping they can flip on Discogs or eBay.
I guess Stu Allen was really well known comercially up north, I bet you see DJs like Dave Pearce and Judge Jules playing at these meat market "lads boozers" type clubs which they only do for the money, probably the same for Stu.
He broadcast his Bowlers set B2B with Faydz on Facebook. Hard to get a handle on the crowd as the stage was pretty far away. Looked busy, but not bursting at the seams.
I'd say 7/10 of his vids are of him in places like St. Helens, with about 30 people in the crowd having a drink. Why do the promoters bother?