Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by ska invita, Oct 15, 2010.
2 german tunes on BOY records that r close to my heart ..
wicked picks apathy
Bad track by Mr R&S himself (alongside a Londoner in Belgium David Morley) <thanks Discogs
...all from 1991...what a year...
one more from him...on a detroit tip
heres a few I just picked up
I'm really loving the 91 sound at the moment!! gotta love that clean Belgium sound..... incredible.
Absolute heavyweight tune.... the queasy synth make me feel like im on the deck of a moving ship.. used to hear this tune on the Crossbones soundsystem years ago.... glad I finally found out what it was.
excellent record, both sides are awesome!
Spectral, Fairy Dust, The Tape ) The breaks were already on the way
Looking forward to the UK 91/92 thread ))
great tunes on this thread, and as said, what an amazing year it was...this one was from 92, and doesnt quite have the same rawness,but used to sound ridiculous on big system/on acid:
...not complaining, just saying, but Lenny Dee and 'Mental Mayhem' aka Frankie Bones & Joey Beltram are all new yorkers, though definitely all these tunes had the euro sound.
if i remember right in the Channel 4 doc about the History of House Joey talks about Joeys Riot and its reception in the States - it was like the birth of punk to the rest of the NY house scene - it was taken as so dark and brutal that JB was kind of excommunicated from the core NY scene, partly why R&S put out his stuff, as he ended up hanging out in Europe a lot more as a result.
On a parallel I remember in 1993 when the hardcore/jungle scene started splitting over similar tunes - remember reading letters complaining about tunes like 31 seconds saying pretty much the same thing...too dark etc.
I know, I was thinking that when I posted them.. but I consider them to have the sound of Euro, rather than a US sound and they were released on Belgian labels.
Ive actually got a number of american friends who live in Europe who produce music now. They don't have a hope of being successful in the States but they do well in Europe.
Personally i really like the NY sound from that era... Frankie Bones, Lenny Dee, Adam X etc.. it seems a lot more organic than the rigid Euro style. But the Euro style had the best sounds and production. I love both!
atmosphere records were brilliant. US, but brilliant
i remember Beltram and Bones having a big bunfight on the discog forums a few years ago. bit of a letdown allround and it was very sad to see.
what were they arguing about?
jimmy savile. thread is locked though
belgium 1992 - smashing the 909 out
Incredible mix this - Eddy de Clercq @ Hedon, Zwolle december 1991 http://soundcloud.com/nric0/sets/eddy-de-clercq-hedon-zwolle/
Not just Belgian productions, but a great journey mix, cooling down on side B
ahhah I just logged on to specifically put that tune on Apathy! You beat me to it
Frankfurts Marc Trauner on R&S 1992
The Mover's tracks and all the PCP stuff in general is getting big love from Distant Planet these days
92 belgian acid techno cracker - truly deep
The Sound of Belgium doc is coming out any day, screenings are announced and theres some press about it, such as here:
Was raving born in Belgium?
A new documentary is putting the uncelebrated sound of Ghent and Brussels back on the map
London screening http://belgiumbooms.co.uk/screenings
Phonica Records Store
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11.10.13 – LONDON – BELGIUM BOOMS (with Eric Powa B and Dikke Ronny and many others.)
(i cant make any of those , hopefully will be a torrent soon)
Funnily enough - my new mix....
i bet i already posted this
We had this yet? From Holland anyway but much the same
eta...forgot it's a "Euro" thread, not just Belgium
eta again...FUCKING IDIOT. IT WAS THE FIRST POST!!!
Couldn't see this further back but some vids have been removed.
reckon i will go to the Phonica showing!
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