• Sensation – The Megamixes (2002)

    Back in 2002 ID&T took a risk, which paid off: organising two separate events, one focussed on the ‘lighter’ side of Dance music, and the other to the ‘darker’ side of Dance music, and they called it Sensation White and Sensation Black. The actual event started back in 2000, and has led to multiple versions

    Sensation The Megamixes 2002
  • Sied van Riel – Rielism 2 (2013)

    Sied van Riel is life. Life is Rielism. And that’s all there is to say. At the moment I’m such a fanboy, and maybe a bit too much focussed on this label, but I do apologise for that. But there’s a reason why that is: I understand what Sied is doing, and what his mission

    Sied van Riel - Rielism 2 (2013)
  • Rielism presents Misja Helsloot (2017)

    Today was a good day: the missus surprised me with a present. Misja Helsloot’s latest album! She knows me oh so well, and she knows I’m loving everything Rielism has been rieleasing. Bought previous Rielism albums (two were so damaged I could not play them anymore) and a t-shirt and a keychain. I’m making sure

    Rielism presents Misja Helsloot (2017)
  • Sied van Riel presents Rielism Volume Four (2017)

    It’s not often that I’m amazed by something that you hear only short clips from. Sometimes you do get so extremely excited, you have to contain yourself and your happiness. In this case I’m talking about a highly anticipated album by the mighty Sied van Riel, and it’s his fourth instalment of his succesful ‘Rielism’

    Rielism Volume 4
  • Svenson & Gielen – The Beauty Of Silence (2002)

    Two weeks ago I was back in my home country, the Netherlands, and what I always do during my stay in this beautiful country, is visit my local CD store in Heerlen, Satisfaction Records. Been coming there for many years (bought my first rave ticket there back in 1998, for Mysteryland Outdoor), I’ve become known

  • Anthems Trance (2013)

    I’m always on the hunt for new music, and sometimes I do find albums I should have bought when they were red hot. The album I’m about to review is already 3 years old, but Trance is ageless, so it doesn’t matter to be brutally honest if you buy it in 2016 or 3694. Trance

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