• This Is Parallels 001 with Dezza (2017)

    When there’s a new podcast series, most of the time I miss them being released. But not this one. This popped on my timeline, and I was drawn towards it. It’s been a while since I last heard a House mix, so I thought it would be a nice welcome to the standard radio malarkey

    This Is Parallels 001 with Dezza
  • 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

    Into The Acid House Mix By Rattus Rattus (2011)
  • Sander Kleinenberg – THE DEEPEST MIXTAPE IN THE UNIVERSE #18 (2017)

    House music, I haven’t heard a proper House mix in a while. And when I say a while, I do mean a while. It’s been over 2 months, which is a long time for me. I’ve been focussed on other styles, but I was kindly woken up by Soundcloud that there are other styles still

    Sander Kleinenberg - THE DEEPEST MIXTAPE IN THE UNIVERSE #18 (2017)
  • Delicate Soundz – Old School Industrial Techno Acid [1990-1993] (2017)

    I’ve been offline for a few days, not looking for new music. My ‘like’ page on Soundcloud is already filled with many mixes I must write a review about. But one I couldn’t let go pass. I simply couldn’t, because you don’t find mixes like this one that often. Yes, you do get dodgy and

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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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  • 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

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