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Live recording of my set from Riverdance in London on 24th September 2017. Mixed with vinyl, no MCs on the recording. Track listing:
1) Nasty Habits - No Dominator
2) World Dominance - Compression
3) Bolt Upright Productions - Ultimate High
4) Orca - 9 Lives
5) Equinox - Feels Like Heaven
6) MTS - Used To Know
7) Jimmy J & Cru-L-T - DJ's In Full Effect (Liquid Remix)
Menace Makes 3 - Do You Feel What I’m Feeling
9) Spectral - Touch Somebody (DJ Seduction Remix)
10) Technoskins - Rumbledove
11) Kurnel Knifekut & General Gun - Theme From Daddy Armshouse
12) Prime Attack - The Feeling
13) Cyanide 45 - Notice Me
14) Chemical Kids - Oh No
15) Head - Big Bad Head
16) Andy C - Outer Limits
17) Top Buzz - Worldwide Epidemic
18) Mac Attack & Skeme - Junos (Remix)
19) Sub Oscillator - II (Track A2)
20) Erogenous Zone - Zone Of Love
21) Universe Records #2 - Side A
22) Try Unity - Together We Rize
The E-Type Remix of Tell Me Why
just found this which gives a nice little introduction into the Finnish scene.
Nee's remix of Mystery Man - DJ Business
Can you please delete my profile, l can find no option, cannot even deactivate. Nothing personal.
When trying to check my own profile l keep getting: " Class only available on Joomla 1.6 ".
What i will next try out is: FL Studio.
It's got the best of Reason, Reaper and trackers like SunVox and Renoise, combined into one. I would say it's the most popular DAW on the planet, lifetime free updates, the creators listen.
This one is a must.
Another Dimension is definitely my cup of tea, deeper than usual but trademark sounds there as well.
Needless to say but I'm huge fan of the D sound.
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Interesting read here. Thanks, Stringz.
Usually it's the other way around but sometimes those remixes are superior to original tunes...
This one came to my mind first:
Any others, what remixes do you prefer?
I think these tapes are most likely made in '92-'94 and are of original material produced by the crew.
For what I know there was a small but active scene of hardcore produced with amiga and/or c64 here in Finland as a part of this so called 'demo scene' (computer programmers and coders of some sort). They held some gatherings, and some of those people played their tunes at local raves (early to mid-90s, but probably later as well). There were hardcore parties in Finland from '94 onwards at least, but Finnish oldskool raves also often had eclectic dj sets covering various styles including hardcore. Some pioneer dnb/jungle djs also played breakbeat hardcore in their early days.
Unluckily I'm 15 years too young to have attended any early to mid-90s rave events so all I know is what the big boys have told me.
Apart from these tapes the only live acts from that era that I've yet heard are Amalgam 5 (from my home town Turku) and Mighty Rubberboots. The latter I reckon was a relatively well-known act in the Finnish rave scene throughout the 90s.
I'm pretty sure there are people in this forum who know more...
Brief reminder: If there's one tune l really need from the 8 remaining unknowns (please see the very top of the list in the OP), it's # 51:
That and the original song used for the Mix FM radio jungle @ # 52:
But if that's all, then thanks all :^) it was a fun quest!
Is there any way of watching these if you don't have a Facebook account?
Think the tune was played on Homes under the hammer BBC, it wasn't that version, it had more trancey dance stabs to it that sounded almost 90s but new. There is several remixes and mostly shite yes.
Did anyone see the interview yesterday with Donovan Bassline Smith??? GREAT interview and really good story's about behind the scenes and how he started out making records... He did mention he made a 1993 tune and it got on to the Dat machine but there where parts missing or something so the tune got binned... You can see this interview again on Ray Kieth Facebook page..
IVa sounds pretty good. More like 1993 coming to think of it. Maybe even 1992. Has that belly punch feeling. Around 8 mins into IVa = good techno.
Yeah i'd like to know the year. Sounds like IVa would be 1994.
Would like to hear anything before IV, i'm guessing that would be 1992-1993 territory, hence struck from the record because techno rave is a big no no everywhere.
Don't like to classify by nation, because early Rave seemed like a global free-for-all (kind of) BUT some of the best 1992-era Amiga rave demos were from Finland (l believe Shining Crew were Finnish?).
Hate to be a Negative Nancy (again) but: it looks like since they added VST functionality, they've implemented no other user suggestions.
I pitched many many suggestions to them, mostly workflow stuff. They clearly weren't listening. I'll ignore them back (i mean, i'll still use Reason 6.5, but l won't upgrade - and may lose interest in composing altogether by the time they start listening)