After some months of absence from my radio show, while being in progress of something new, moreover remaining to my aim to push out & help anything around Nuskool Hardcore music, it's all done and available now. #GLOWBUZZ is the name of my new project, this time presenting by video format, since the scene lacks of that I think.
Massive shouts out go to each & everyone supporter of Generation X [RadioShow] .. One day it will return, nothing stopped; just paused. But from now on all I have to say will be under this umbrella and all made by my passion for this movement!
This 1st episode is about Nuskool Hardcore recommendations (Fresh 2018 stuff - digital, CD & Vinyl ones)
Njoy and looking forward to your feedback.. It's been already embraced by the Hardcore movement and that makes me happy of it really. Thank you again all
So here's my new video episode, which came out on Sunday and it has been receiving huge feedback by many great guys in the scene..
Im very happy to present to you all Forthcoming 12" vinyl releases @ KNITEFORCE RECORDS with the likes of LIQUID, Hyper on Experience, Pete Cannon and Gothica Shade.. Its length is less than 11 minutes and any feedback/commenting is full welcome
The 3rd episode is now available to watch including a presentation of some outstanding Nuskool Hardcore acts, producers,DJs TNO Project (born in 1999!!)
Luffy (born in 1993!!)
Amaretto (born in 1996!!)
Just would like to say that I'm very proud for this new video episode of #GLOWBUZZ
And the reason is that it's a quality mixture of Oldskool & Nuskool Hardcore starting from present-future time with Brighton's finest Hardcore Rave Audio/Visual brand of Calling The Hardcore (where I've attended for a massive 8hr party)
& my backstage Interview with extravaganza Hardcore Breaks trio of TRY UNITY, while ending with my visit to Hackney and Dalston Lane. Then we got energized emotions kicking off while standing across the Dalston Peace mural and facing the vibe of a time when Rave movement used to be fostered by Club Labrynth (one of the longest UK raves to date, run by Joe Wieczorek) & Four Aces Club where The Prodigy have given their first ever performance and now pay homage to the place on their new album's artwork.