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    Detroit - the myth

    agreed
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    Pa Salieu

    no, it was a British colony but one completely surrounded by Senegal, which is francophone.
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    Road Rap

    sign of cultural ubiquity - getting featured in a BBC sketch comedy bit
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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    early Armand mix will happen! decided I'm going to make this, just need to buy a few more bits but will probably do it next month ...
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    Acid Techno

    also this is just an awesome historical document:
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    Acid Techno

    so like the Drop Bass Network and the stuff they put out? really like that too, definitely not as linear as the London acid techno (also a lot harder to mix!). that whole scene is also really interesting, I found this video recently of a very young Daft Punk playing acid at one of the Furthur...
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    Hardcore/Darkcore/Jungle with the "sickest, most insane sonics"

    done a new one - I dug through all the Yaman mixes from 1993 to make a mix that synthesizes the different tapes, i.e. at least one track per dj and per mix. when you consider these mixes were by LTJ Bukem, DJ Hype, Randall, Jumpin Jack Frost and Peshay, you know you end up with a pretty...
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    Afrohouse

    is that the old skool Ribbz? like the one who used to mc in the Technodrome at Helter Skelter events, or a different Ribbz?
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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    oh man, I really need to do this :D also would like to do an early Armand van Helden mix too
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    Acid Techno

    I did an interview with Chris Liberator for anyone interested in the back story behind the London squat party scene: http://sonicrampage.org/blog/2020/08/chris-liberator-interview-the-london-squat-party-scene-in-the-1990s-and-now/
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    need new 90s US garage/deep house mix

    Always liked this one: https://www.mixcloud.com/Chrissytrax/my-year-of-mixtapes-week-31-ny-garage/
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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    I've always halfway toyed with doing a mix just from the Bones Breaks series - I think it would be a great listen!
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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    relevant reading: https://www.newschoolers.com/forum/thread/790001/ECSTASY-Bandits---the-story-of-90-s--Nyc-rave-scene-gang--born-to-steal--
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    Ravey New York dance music - late 80s-early 90s

    ha, I was coming here to post this! Lenny Dee and Tim Taylor really made something beautiful here speaking of Tim Taylor, I've always been a huge fan of this amazing 1993 collaboration of his with Damon Wild. a totally gorgeous and epic breakbeat journey
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