Rating: 8/10 Sometimes I like fat menus. With mayonnaise, ketchup, mustard, you name it. Also in the music, really fat stuff. Here come four calorie-saturated dishes, served by experienced chefs to make you feel heavy and happy thereafter. All the gear slaps and kicks to full enjoyment of bass addicts.
A history lesson: Many thanks to Rico Passerini from Berlin for sharing a Future Sound of London show on Kiss FM, during Christmas 1992. A parade of breakbeats and analog sounds for your pleasure, starting with euro techno dinosaurs like Ramirez and Datura and going to deeper electronica. At 28
Soon it’s Halloween and an higher concentration of skulls and obscure figures can be observed even in Estonia. Monster theme has been immensely popular in the hardcore nation and also “Genetic Waste” lines up with threatening symbols. Hard sounds that have well survived the years after being issued in 1995.The
C-Tank will be prescribed for anger management. Like in “Clockwork Orange”, where violent Alex was forced to watch brutal movies, in expectation these will extract his evil thoughts. This vintage hardcore record may reduce tensions, but afterwards one can’t escape the feeling of deeply and thoroughly hammered beef.The best for
Thomas P. Heckmann performing here, hiding behind the name Acid Pin-Ups and peeking at girls out there, having programmed for each of them a rough serenade. Acid record with tough and deformed sounds that, has unsuccessfully tried to add a funky edge to the entire stuff.“Betty 101” and “Heather 202”
With “Set Up 707”, Edge of Motion was a torch bearer in the beginning of 1990’s. Current release comes from 2005 and two Dutch masters have teamed up with Ronin aka Dave Ellesmere to create tense but constructive pieces of techno with harder edge.A-side’s “Break Da Roof” sounds like ordinary
Ludovic Navarre, once the frontman of the late Fnac Records, was worldwide acclaimed under the St Germain moniker with smooth and jazzy house (“Boulevard”, “Tourist”) that was enjoyed millions of times in living rooms and lounges around the world. Although being influenced by Detroit, Navarre did his only acid record
Now for something really dusty, on a tape: Could be the mother of all mid-1990s techno compilations. No time to lean back, it’s a full-on jaw-dropping trip of pulsating and pumping techno. Dating back to 1996, this compilation features landmark techno from many legendary artists and labels like 7th City, Synewave,