• Evolution Of Hardcore (Part II) (2017)

    A month ago I discovered a new DJ on Soundcloud, and his name was (and still is) Selectabwoy. I found out that he had a passion for good music, and the mix I reviewed previously literally blew me away. That was a month ago, and I found out the other day that he made a

    Evolution Of Hardcore (Part II)
  • 1991 – 1992 Old Skool Rave Mix Part IV (Mickey Beam) (2015)

    December has officially started yesterday, so you will see so many reviews online, all reviewing Xmas album, mostly the ones made by Michael Buble. Maybe I will go down the same path as all those reviewers, but the focus still remains on good dance music. Old or new, I couldn’t care less. But going back

    1991 - 1992 Old Skool Rave Mix Part IV (Mickey Beam)
  • Evolution Of Hardcore (1993-1994)

    Oooh, Oldskool music has filled my timeline lately. One of the latest additions to my harddrive is a mix done by Selectabwoy, who made this rather tasty looking ‘Evolution Of Hardcore’ mix, containing records from 1993 to 1994. And you can expect literally everything, from dark Hardcore to filthy Jungle. Whoever Selectabwoy is, his selection

    Evolution Of Hardcore (1993-1994)
  • A Brief History Of The New Beat Culture Part 01 (87-89)

    What a day it is to be alive. We’ve had so much going on around us all, that we sometimes forget the roots of our beloved electronic dance music. The roots, going way back to the 80s. Those were the days when people started to use more electronic equipment. Don’t get me wrong, they were

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  • Pearsall – The View From 92 (100% Vinyl Mix) (2017)

    Changing your website is never an easy thing. You need to do a billion things, and you always leave in mistakes. But that’s not something you should worry about to be honest. For now we should focus on the music, and I’ve found a mix which will astonish you. Well, depending on your age it

    92
  • Olivier Abbeloos – My Early Productions Mix (88 – 96) (2015)

    During the 90s many of us Europeans were fans of Quadrophonia and ofcourse T99, but many don’t know that one man was responsible for not only these duos releases, but so much more. Olivier Abbeloos has made so many great anthems, being part of T99 or Quadrophonia, but also under a few other aliases. His

    88-96
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