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Here you'll find our reviews of over on the subject of dance music,
DJs and club culture – in its broadest sense. We're adding
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  • Boy’s Own

    The Boy’s Own crew were having so much fun that in six years they only managed to loose off 12 issues. But these 440 pages depict acid house culture…

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  • Mars by 1980

    Electronic music is now ubiquitous, from mainstream pop hits to the furthest reaches of the avant garde. But how did we get here?

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  • Perfecting Sound Forever

    Captured or created? The real thing? Or better? The story of our relationship with recorded music, filled with great thoughts and amazing tales.

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  • White Bicycles

    As producer of the Pink Floyd, Fairport Convention and many others, Boyd was right in the thick of activity in the 1960s, yet in White Bicycles remains a brilliantly detached observer of what he saw.

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  • How To Wreck a Nice Beach

    The Vocoder started life as a phone scrambler for Churchill – five tons of valves and some self-destruct double decks, went on via late funk, early electro, Kubrick, Stalin and the Muppets…

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Ethnic

February 19, 2020

Ikenga Super Stars Of Africa – Ikenga Super Stars Of Africa

his album was issued on famous Nigerian label RAS (Rogers All Stars) in ’77 by Ikenga Super Stars...

Ethnic

February 19, 2020

Joe Masunga – Nwananga Washaneseka (1986)

wananga Washaneseka by Joe Masunga will surely please 80’s Afro Funk lovers! This 12” release...

EthnicGroovy

February 18, 2020

Poosh – Say Something (1991)

heck Ups by Poosh (Pumla Mtengwane) is a rarest album of Kwaito/Bubblegum released in 1991. This...

Groovy

February 16, 2020

Mac Thornhill – No Way To Control It (1983)

o Way To Control It released on obscure Belgian old school label ChanneL Records in 1983. Lead...

Nuggets

February 15, 2020

Various Artists – Music Basement, Volume Thirteen (2020)

eviews of every dance tracks worth knowing about, monthly reports from Music Basement’s site,...

Groovy

February 15, 2020

Oscar T – My Knees Get Weak (1986)

ltra in demand 80’s Funk record written and produced by Oscar T (Oscar T. Knock) on obscure label...