A selection of new or unreleased stuff from labels like Trensmat, NX1, Reaktivate, Semantica, Russian Torrent Versions, Suburban Avenue, Blacknecks and 3TH Records, mixed with a few cuts from 1990s, by E-Trax, Perceptrons, Acid Junkies, etc. Tracklist:1. Love Cult Take Druss – Black Pines (Trensmat)2. Eric Aldea & Ivan Chiossone
A drawing from Fantastic Universe, December 1954 It’s not quite that the grass was greener in the 1990s but it can’t be denied that today the BPM rate of even harder, industrial tracks goes rarely over 130. It’s like a border line between serious electronic music and cheap hardstyle productions
A flashback from 1992, courtesy of a dusty tape recorded from Radiomafia, Finland and most likely from Tapani Ripatti’s radio show. As first comes an euro rave hit, Digital Orgasm’s “Running Out Of Time” and the other tacks are probably “Explosion Of A Dancemode” by Motion 1 and “Rave The City” by Rave A
Man spricht viel über die Rolle Berlins in der Wende und beim Mauerfall. Als Hauptstadt Deutschlands ist es touristisch bestimmt ein interessantes Ziel, aber das ist nicht der Hauptgrund, warum die Spreemetropole auch kulturell eine besondere Stellung einnimmt. Für die progressive Jugend der Welt bedeutet Berlin in erster Linie Tresor
A piece of paper that awakes fond memories about a special night. In November 1992, following The Temple rave in Helsinki’s Paasitorni, numerous techno heads gathered in Lepakko (The Bat), a legendary home of youth culture and mad parties, to dance to exhaustion. DJs Ata, Heiko M/S/O and Pascal F.E.O.S.
When the gang of Spiral Tribe ravers swept over the Europe about twenty years ago, Dutch-born youngster Curley Schoop aka Esoteric was one of their associates. His untimely death in 1998 abruptly stopped the career having started already in 1991 when Schoop was a member of a Djax Records signing called D.I.C.E. To
“Sirius 23” is a release by decadent techno vagabonds, united under the banner of Spiral Tribe in the mid-1990’s. Seeing free techno parties as a constitutional right, the ST community travelled the lands to set up wild illegal parties and in the sidelines manged to release a number of records,
Recorded from Finnish public radio channel called Radiomafia, the mix contains many usual suspects of the rave scene from the beginning of 1990’s. It’s not really underground, because acts like Channel X, Digital Orgasm, MNO, Holy Noise were found on many major compilations that time. But after a break of