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Just had a listen, absolute garbage imo.
Everyone know this set right?
But whats the story with it? How come he was doing a house set in the first place?
And what time was this on at during the night?
Its not actually that fluffy, theres's few decent progressive house tunes in there.
Also quite a few unusual mixes of famous tunes in it as well e.g. Parradice - can you hear me
Did anyone actually witness it?
I need someone1.
Head over to theprodigy.com to hear new single, new alum November 2nd called No tourists.
Sounds a bit edm with rock with usual prodigy poison style beats. Thought it was quite good but still wished they went back to rave roots. God knows what the rest of album will be like.
What you think of new song if you’ve heard it?
I've heard in a few places recently and cannot for the life of me work it out.
Tune at 46:00.
Heavy synths out of character for 93 jungle techno.
I did ask Dave Junglist, but he said it was Jim Polo - Night Rider, but that was the track before... He then didn't reply to me
Since my mixes this year have been a little randomly released, I've decided to list them all so far this year. What with new choons, new mixer and other distractions its been hard to keep a monthly regular upload on time.
DJ Overdose - Oldskool Hardcore III - June 2018
DJ Overdose - Oldskool Hardcore II - May 2018
DJ Overdose - Hardcore Breaks - April 2018
DJ Overdose - Oldskool Hardcore - March 2018
DJ Overdose - Happy Hardcore - February 2018
DJ Overdose - Hardcore Breaks - January 2018
My live set from Calling The Hardcore at Volks in Brighton on 13th July 2018. 92-93 hardcore mixed on vinyl, no MCs apart from the last few minutes. Track listing:
1) Release - Dance In Eden
2) Catch - Raise ‘Em Higher
3) DJ Clarkee - I Get Hype
4) Code 4 - Code 4
5) Progression - On A Rubbish Tip (Recycled Mix)
6) C.M.C. - The Rhythm
7) Intense - The Whitehouse Groove
8 ) Seretonin - Rumblism
9) Tronik House - Straight Outta Hell (Simon 'Bassline' Smith Remix)
10) NRG - Feel The Fury (Piano Remix)
11) Tango - Showtime (Remix)
12) Austin - Unity In Dub (Stop-Go Mix)
13) Audaleyz Boyz - Music Is So Wonderful
14) DJ Jinx - Devotion
15) Ed Rush - Keep On
16) Tetrus - Let Da Rhythm Hit Em
17) SMF - Guillotine
18) DJ Skie - Whistlin' In The Jungle
19) Q-Tex - Celebration (Vocal Mix)
The third release on Parallax dips into `94 Ragga-Jungle territory. The mysterious white-label 'Total Dark' with the etching OTRR 1 was distributed through Jetstar, and is highly sought after in collector circles:
. After we found the original artists behind these wicked sample-fests, and licensed the tracks known as 'Tenement Yard Jungle' and 'Jamaica', we found different versions of each track on the master tapes that had never before appeared on vinyl. So here it is, this 4-tracker features both the released versions from the rare original release, plus the two unreleased ones, all carefully remastered by Beau Thomas@Ten Eight Seven Mastering.
Please note this is a pre-order! These will be pressed as stamped white-labels once the pre-orders hit break-even and should be available 12 weeks after. Get on the case, let´s make this happen!
Grab it here:
The remix is ok, but sounds like it's had a noise reduction filter put on it - sounds....odd.
I can see what you guys mean about the track being compressed. There's some strange "breathing" of the breakbeat that does not exist in the real record.
The NRG remix isn't bad though. I thought it was going to be 1995 happyhardcore.
And clips of the 2 main tracks - These are from digital masters!
(Link will last 1 week)
Renegade and Jedi, your comments were the most interesting and informative I've seen yet. I think you guys are right about it not being worth it, though I don't have a choice as I can't find it. That NRG mix on the flip I believe is some sort of mid 90s happyhardcore remix which I wouldn't have any use for.
Here is a new one that's inspired by "vaporwave". The childrens music style that loves early 90s rave flyers, dead malls, and smooth jazz.
01). X-Men "Phase 2" (Mutant Records 12MUTATE3) 1991
02). Ade "Change The World (Shut Up & Dance Version)" (Shut Up And Dance SUAD20) 1991
03). Psychotropic "4 The Future" (O2 005R) 1992
04). The Rude Boy "Make It So" (Mutant Records 12MUTATE7) 1991
05). Psudeo 3 "Flash It" (Music Madness PA0056) 1992
06). Blood Brothers "Do!" (Elicit 12ELIC15) 1992
07). Deltron "Gotta Love (Easy Mix)" (AMASS 003) 1992
08). Dragon Fly "Visions of Rage" (DF002 www.mpsvinyl.co.uk ) 1991/2017
09). The Stickmen "U Love It" (STIK 001) 1993
10). Psychotic "Psychotic (Hypnopulse Mix)" (SSR 12SSR117) 1991
11). Isotonik "Different Strokes (Grooverider Remix)" (FFRR UKTABX101) 1991
12). Gems for Jem "Groove Me (Original)" (Debut DEBTX3129) 1991
13). Psychotropic "Hypnosis (The Definitive Mix)" (O2 006) 1992
14). New Era "New Era (Remix)" (Great Asset GAD14) 1991
15). Sleepwalker "Fruitface" (IMC 08-031056-20) 1992
16). World Dominance "Compression" (Power Traxx PTX-1206) 1991
17). Sleepwalker "Saying Hi There" (IMC 08-031056-20) 1992
18). 400 Blows "Tension Release" (Warrior WAR12022) 1992
19). Man With No Name "Geddit!!?" (Fokus FK006AS) 1992
20). Jimmy Jam & Terry Luis "The New Style (1992 Extended Version)" (Unreleased) 1992/2017
21). Jomanda "Got A Love For You (The K.O. Rave Mix)" (Pyro Tech 0-10041) 1992
22). Jomanda "Got A Love For You (The K.O. Rave Mix)" (Pyro Tech 0-10041) 1992
23). R.H.C. "Reach" (Rising High RSN24) 1991
24). Rip 'N Joy (Da Juice) "Hot Stuff (Got No Shame)" (EU4IA EU4-002) 1992
25). 4 For Money (Project 1) "It's A Moment In Time (Dub)" (Tam Tam TTT030) 1991
26). Anixus "Do The Do" (Oversky OVK00592) 1992
27). Alegria "Danger (Bass your brains out)" (SSR 12SSR117) 1991
28). Project 1 "Live Vibes Pt2" (Rising High RSN16) 1992
29). Zoogie "Forever On" (FFRR 162351007-2 CD) 1992
Top stuff spleenster, ta very much indeed
Was it really that open minded though really.
I remember the promoters of Sunday Roast in an interview, saying one of the reasons they started Roast was that black people were constantly getting turned away from raves, so they decided to make their own thing.
There were black people at raves bitd but as happened at alot of places there was a probably a quota system in place which would have undoubtedly been at the behest of the promoter. Behind the PLUR ethos of the scene, the racist attitudes of British society still existed. Yet for the time, i still think the scene had a relatively open minded attitude. However i do remember there were alot of complaints in 93 going into 94 by ravers saying that the vibe had become moody. A lot of this was just a euphemism for black people. I think as the colour balance at raves became more mixed, it made alot of the white ravers, esp those from the suburbs and provincial towns feel a bit uncomfortable.
While i think that most working class white men now accept Black people in the UK as being British, that doesn't extend to Muslim people, which over the last couple of decades, has brought racism/intolerance back to the fore.