• Mazut – Atlas (2018)

    The perks of being a blogger is the fact that people send you music constantly. Most of those items sent to me are not worthy of a review, but when they do make it onto my website, it’s because the music is good. The other day I received a message from a duo called Mazut.

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  • Into The Acid House Mix By Rattus Rattus (2011)

    Only a handful of days ago I reviewed an Oldskool mix, focussed on Acid House and New Beat. That mix was the start of my quest for more mixes similar to the one I listened to. I wanted Acid House music so badly, I went onto Soundcloud and searched for hours for a proper mix

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  • 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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  • Acid Camp Vol. 59 – Moka (2017)

    Sometimes you wake up and you don’t want to hear the music you’ve been listening to for weeks. You want something else, something different, but also something quite tasty. And I’ve found the right mix for today, this dreary Saturday. A nice mellow House mix, released via Acid Camp’s Soundcloud page, and mixed by Moka.

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  • stranger – ’91/’92 Conceptmix (2017)

    Sometimes you see on Soundcloud a mix being reposted, but when a mix is good, you see multiple reposts coming past on your timeline. One of those mixes, well, I couldn’t ignore. Reposted so many times, it was a sign, I reckon. A mix done by stranger, focussed on the Techno side of life, but

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  • Chris Moss Acid – Live @ Don’t (01-11-2014 @ Bar512, Dalston London)

    I am a fan of Acid House music, and I keep on searching for mixes every day, to please myself. It’s one of those styles which is extremely underrated for its strength and diversity, and what it has done for the present day music scene. And I stumbled across a mix the other day, and

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