DUST OFF: 303 Nation – Strobe Jams I (Dance Ecstasy 2001 DE 3001 – 1993)

303 Nation, the name is the program. Acid from the brotherhood of notorious Planet Core Productions (PCP), a stronghold of hardcore techno in the beginning of 1990’s. Based in Frankfurt, it united a flock of labels run by Thorsten Lambart and Marc Acardipane, the latter being the artistic engine using dozens of aliases.
But it was not one-man-show because Fernando Sanchez and Patrick Vuillaume were commissioned to spread etching bass lines to the world. Also behind the 100% Acidiferous project, they put out four releases in the “Strobe Jams” series for a PCP sublabel Dance Ecstasy 2001. From 1993 is the first instalment, expressing the harder and faster side of acid. 303 Nation’s trademark sound is heard in the opener “Lightning” while a real manic ride is expected in furious “Magic Fingers”. Hollow kickdrum in “Voodoo Machine” is almost PCP hardcore. Caution Acid!

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  • After a number of liquids I achingly got off my seat and began moving. I really got into the beat, and danced the evening away. I was also beginning to experience better tune by tune. As the evening finished, I sat down with my buddies, and didn’t even observe that I did not harm any longer.

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