Lock those valuable records away - the world’s biggest collection of classic and old skool dance music is now available to legally download here.For the last few months, the digital deck hands at OldSkoolmp3.com have been digging the crates at Trackitdown.net to pull out the definitive collection of the rarest and most desirable classics straight from the DAT tapes of legends from the last 25 years of dance. With nearly 1 million electronic music tracks available for sale there are thousands of timeless anthems from the birth of the drum machine but this is the first time they’ve been presented in one collection, browsable, searchable, and obtainable immediately.Whether you want to chart the history of dance music since the Paradise Garage or break-dance scene or collect some of the pirate radio or orbital rave anthems from back in the day, Oldskoolmp3.com presents a hard to find selection to make any music junkie feel the familiar feeling that audio dynamite awaits!From Cutting Records and DJ International catalogue to Reinforced Records and Suburban Base, if you’ve enjoyed a period of your life dedicated to the weekend world then Oldskoolmp3.com is going to help fill your iPod with priceless memories. Vinyl junkies will appreciate the opportunity to lock up their valuable Underground Resistance and R&S Records classics and download high quality MP3s and full frequency Wav versions to throw down at their next gig, and save time painstakingly backing up their precious collections. With £100 records now available for only £1.49, Oldskoolmp3.com is giving everyone the chance to check their history and relive those crazy days on the dancefloor whatever the year or style of music. Get educated!Every day tonnes of classics are dusted off and added to the “Featured Old Skool & Classics” section of the website with a hand written review from our knowledgeable team who are spending every waking hour digging through the massive collection powered by Trackitdown.net.Alongside the tunes there are also features and interviews with legends such as London pioneers 4 Hero who tell Oldskoolmp3.com what inspired them to start up seminal labels like Reinforced Records and re-write rave history.So it’s time to Pump Up The Volume, this is the Promised Land and the new Sound of the Underground!http://www.oldskoolmp3.comFor further information please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Haaaaar-haaaaar-haaaar Hardcore Uproar, will soon be heard across the airwaves next month when Together release new 2009 mixes of their classic early 90's track, Hardcore Uproar.  Three remixes from One Man & His Dog, Sharooz and Lee Mortimer will be released exclusively on Beatport.com on August 3rd and you can be amongst the first to preview them by clicking on the House Trained audio player at www.house-trained.com.  Not really "old skool" but may be worth taking a listen. You can remind yourself of the truely pianotastic original in the Rave History Archive.

Available now for pre-order from Ninety Two Retro, is a chance to buy Mystrey Man - DJ Business and two unreleased mixes from Fokus Records. A: Love E Remix Unreleased http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?mnmmomgdijyB1: Right Before Remix Unreleased http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgrOXx1d5-kB2: Mystery Man - DJ Business http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EP5h92pQp-E Paypal: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. records will be sent International Signed For or Recorded Delivery no matter where you are in the world!so there is no comebacks either way, it's the only fair way to do the postageFull totals with recorded postage.......UK Recorded Delivery 1x Copy = £12.962x Copies = £23.443x Copies = £34.00

The Prodigy release their new single on Monday 16th Feb 2009.  Omen, taken from the much hyped Invaders Must Die album, is a return to the more ravey sound they are famous for.  You can download the ep from iTunes now or from the 16th Feb from other online mp3 stores (where it's more likely to be DRM free!) www.play.com www.amazon.co.uk

Run out of disk space!  Got half a corrupt database backup which I'm trying to restore.  Forum is a bit knackered at the moment, but hopefully will be back soon. [Update] All back to how it should be :)