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    btw good shout Leo above @ that Spandau Ballet tune

    that deep cut knowledge of early 80s club music is what's up

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    Quote Originally Posted by padraig (u.s.) View Post
    btw, did u know mid-90s happy hardcore (before it abandoned breakbeats) is apparently getting big with the kidz rn?
    I heard an ad for this 'remix' on Spotify the other day.


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    Quote Originally Posted by version View Post
    I heard an ad for this 'remix' on Spotify the other day
    it was inevitable. everything must be critically reappraised. as with gabber with Gabber Eleganza + all that.

    I told the dude who put on the show let me DJ next time + blow peoples minds with E'd up rush your face off 1991-2 piano ardkore.

    finally useless encyclopedic knowledge of music can be given purpose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by padraig (u.s.) View Post
    btw, did u know mid-90s happy hardcore (before it abandoned breakbeats) is apparently getting big with the kidz rn? at least where I am. at a synth punk EBM type the other night v hip-looking between acts DJ went full on Kniteforce ca. 1994, mixed with hard-edged acid techno. many bewildered faces. caught me totally off guard. I did enjoy it, tho the thought of listening to that for more than 15-20 minutes is wearying.
    Kniteforce have rebooted the label again for two or so years now, they are even releasing 12'' vinyl again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firefinga View Post
    Kniteforce have rebooted the label again for two or so years now, they are even releasing 12'' vinyl again.
    sure, but playing to a retro/nostalgia market of middle-aged people with disposable income to relive parts of their youth is different from being relevant to the youth of today

    I can't speak to how widespread it is but I have seen/been informed that happy hardcore (and rave-y rave music generally) is a going concern with segments of 20-something cool DIY kidz

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    The sort of soul tune a white middle class man can only describe as SUBLIME

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    @padraig (u.s), this is for you, fairly obscure one-off by Dennis Young from 1987 after he left liquid liquid...



    Last edited by Leo; 17-01-2019 at 04:15 PM.

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    And why not?

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    GODDAMN

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