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Euphony Wrote:Two nice obscure oldskool gems from Friends Lovers and family here:



I can't find any of the tracks from their 'In Search of a Cool Place' EP, some great experimental stuff on there Smile

Indeed, didn't know those before, nice one Xyxthumbs
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Just got back from the pub and pulled a random 12 off the shelf, randomly decided on what side to play and thankfully it was this beauty Grin
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Which is going to make me find this now, as it reminded me how much I love this.......................


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Jig Formation was such a great label from '92 til '95-ish....

One of my absolute favourite tracks here from late '93: Sound of the Future "Fearless Wonder"

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Ha, I didn't know this one existed, until recently when I discovered it on some mixtape-rip I dled

"Made In Two minutes" Foul Play Remix

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Yeah they released a few remix EP's:

http://www.discogs.com/Bug-Kann-The-Plas...ase/395531

http://www.discogs.com/Bug-Kann-The-Plas...ase/196190

Some nice remixes on them, I love the Origin Unknown one (back from the time that origin unknown were pretty ace)
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firefinga Wrote:Jig Formation was such a great label from '92 til '95-ish....

Agreed, I just started playing a random selection and pulled this off the shelf from the Power Play LP, I completely forgot about this gem Lovesmilie

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Recently I had to check on a Formation release and used discogs for that task to learn that Formation still exists actually and is still putting out music, although (as far as I was able to figure out) digital only. They also got a soundcloud page (However I recommend not to go there and check current releases. At least with artist names like "Wobble T" potential listeners know immediately what to expect)
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firefinga Wrote:They also got a soundcloud page (However I recommend not to go there and check current releases

Too late..............Rofl
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Euphony Wrote:
firefinga Wrote:They also got a soundcloud page (However I recommend not to go there and check current releases

Too late..............Rofl

I warned you.....
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At least you finally learned to warn people of such audio content, after these "Grooverider returns on MDZ" and "Spiritual Aura 2014 rmx" threads Hahaha
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Dinsdale Wrote:At least you finally learned to warn people of such audio content, after these "Grooverider returns on MDZ" and "Spiritual Aura 2014 rmx" threads Hahaha


Yes I figured warnings would be a nice thing to do. BTW there's a new Ed Rush release out as well. Link wanted?
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This one might not be known so well, but it's such a banger.... Nookie was part of this outfit, enjoy this masterpiece of late '93 bizniz:

http://www.discogs.com/From-The-Man-Like...ter/453399

From the Man Like Pennywise "Suspension of Disbelieve"

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first Jonny L tune i ever heard.


from the Dj Magazine, XL Recordings Liam Howlett free mixtape from 1993.

http://www.discogs.com/Liam-Howlett-DJ-P...ase/130790


bang!

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I was checking early Moving Shadow clips this passed weekend. in the discogs, Moving Shadow is traced back to cassettes. crazy if you think about it now.

"Best Mindfuck Yet" is the best Moving Shadow title ever. caught my eye right way. lol

AND.. I never knew dj Hellfish (Deathchant Records, etc) got his start on Moving Shadow with this 1992 release. I learned something new. Smile

http://www.discogs.com/Destruction-Produ...master/268


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LOVE IT!!


https://www.mixcloud.com/Paul_ML/


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+ToRMeNT+ Wrote:first Jonny L tune i ever heard.


from the Dj Magazine, XL Recordings Liam Howlett free mixtape from 1993.

I still have that tape here now!!
https://www.mixcloud.com/Paul_ML/


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Ricky Force just posted this on Facebook. Never heard it before:


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+ToRMeNT+ Wrote:AND.. I never knew dj Hellfish (Deathchant Records, etc) got his start on Moving Shadow with this 1992 release. I learned something new. Smile

http://www.discogs.com/Destruction-Produ...master/268

Now, that's new to me as well! Regarding DJ Hellfish: Twothumbs
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Not sure if posted before, but trawling through youtube after being on this thread, came across this, and I think it's just brilliant.
Every time I start to listen to old hardcore, it makes me realize how much I love it, and that I was born 10 years too late. Soooo good. Wish I could have 'been' there....


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NoodeL Wrote:Every time I start to listen to old hardcore, it makes me realize how much I love it, and that I was born 10 years too late. Soooo good. Wish I could have 'been' there....

Me born 1979 I was a bit too young for the initial wave '91-'94 myself, went to my first parties around '96. Picked up stuff before tho via radio/mate's mixtapes/magazines.

One of my alltime fav records which I bought I think via eby in 2004 or somehting is this:

Omni Trio Vol. 5. He was/is just a genius. Period.

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Even though I was born in January 1978, I managed to get in to the music in 1990 via pirate radio stations and started collecting records then. I even managed to get into illegal parties from late '91 despite my youthfulness, it was already illegal, so no one seemed to give a shit Hahaha
I was attending a lot of raves by 1994 (despite being only 16!). It's truly a special period of my life and I feel kind of honored that I was able to experience it, as it'll never happen quite like that again.
Bless the Oldskool! Falcon
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No idea why that managed to get posted twice... but Falcon to that
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