Old Skool House Rave Music Mixes

Life at Bowlers Manchester mixes

These are the sets from Life at Bowlers Manchester that we have Happy to trade for any that we don’t have Asylum Bowlers  1st Birthday 28th June 1997  Break Asylum Bowlers  1st Birthday 28th June 1997  Brisk Asylum Bowlers  1st Birthday 28th June 1997  E-Logic Asylum Bowlers  1st Birthday 28th June 1997  Force And Styles […]

Basics Discography

Original post here http://www.ralphlawson.co.uk/blog/category/basics-20?currentPage=4he Music Factory Years 91-94 part one by ralphlawson Marshall Jefferson presents Truth – Open Your Eyes I decided to start this series of mixes celebrating 20 years of Back to Basics with the first ever record played at the club – Marshall Jefferson presents Truth – ‘Open Your Eyes’. Why did I chose […]

Just about every DJ mix from Leeds, ever.

Updated with these new sets – 2019 The Orbit Leeds 16th Oct 1993 DJ Westbam The Orbit Leeds 22nd May 1994 DJ Dave Angel And Colin Faver The Orbit Morley Leeds 20th Oct 2001 DJ James Ruskin Versus Luke Slater The Orbit 5th Birthday 25th May 1996 Morley Leeds DJ Jeff Mills The Orbit Leeds […]

Unbelievable old skool sample spotting

https://www.hardscore.com/?p=9738   “300 original samples chopped up, pitched up, juxtaposed, generally fucked about with and repurposed into an extended tribute to the soundtrack of my youth” Selectabwoy Intro Paris – Brutal [Tommy Boy] (loop) > Excerpts from ‘The Sopranos’ > Aceyalone – Accepted Eclectic [Ground Control] > Public Enemy – Caught, Can We Get A […]

back to basics The Mint Club Years 1998-2002 — Ralph Lawson

Here’s the latest installment of this series.  By now we had stopped going to Basics and the music definitely is lacking something.  However its a typically tight mix, nice background music.  Plus the story is worth reading of the fall out with Ronson Source: back to basics // The Mint Club Years // 1998-2002 — […]

Stop Confusing Hardcore and Happy Hardcore

Do some research – WE are looking at you Vice.com and Fact magazine amongst others The rest of this article is ok, and it’s pretty complimnetary, but FFS  Hapy Hardcore didn’t exist in 1992 It seems like everyone’s into happy hardcore these days. A nation of trend-conscious music fans the nation over have suddenly decided […]

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