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    Seems everyone forum usually has one of these threads for dropping tunes in. I can't seem to see one.

    I've been following Eric Copeland for a good few years and this just dropped. The original is decent but remix really shines.

    Also any chance we can have embedded Soundcloud? :headspin:

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    yeah this mix made such a powerful impact when I heard it nearly 17 years ago.

    I use to have something installed that would like me rip Real Player streams and think I might have some others.

    found out the amazing song at 37:00 is Plaid & Jonah Sharp - Soon (1995)

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    I was surprised to see an electro and techno set won best Essential Mix of the year.

    I'd not heard of her before and got it on now. Electro must be popular again? :borg:

    Tracklist is stacked

    Helena Hauff – Essential Mix 2017-02-25 tracklist:
    Obergman – Rosetta [Brokntoys]
    Jenson Interceptor – Mactavis [Central Processing Unit]
    Urbanjedi – Journey To Jupiter [Melodies Souterraines]
    Sync 24 & Silicon Sally – Clickjacking (Vox Edit) [Cultivated Electronics]
    Transparent Sound – No Call From New York (Original Acid Mix) [Electrix Records]
    Fallbeil – Kontrolled Madness [Return To Disorder]
    W1b0 – Utopia Planitia [Bass Agenda Recordings]
    Sem – Hybrid [Electron Industries]
    A Credible Eye Witness – Episode 6 [ACEW]
    The Exaltics – The Crash [Solar One Music]
    dynArec – Moving Corridors [New Flesh]
    DMX Krew – X-Ray [Rephlex]
    Drexciya – Unknown Journey IV [Clone Classic Cuts]
    Drexciya – Black Sea (Aqualung Version) [Clone Aqualung Series]
    dynArec – Capital Sins [Electrix Records]
    The Hacker – At Night [UMF Records]
    BS-1 – The Only Exit [Marguerita Recordings]
    Cosmic Force – Bass Drum Kix [Marguerita Recordings]
    AUX 88 – Interface [Direct Beat]
    Dark Vektor – Vektorial [Omniamm]
    Das Muster – Fern Und Nah (feat. Nincho9000) [Stilleben Records]
    Photodementia – Postpre [Photodementia]
    Micro Controlled Corp. – Life Style [Drivecom]
    DJ Di’jital – Bang [Underground Resistance]
    The Martians – Eagle Dance [Red Planet]
    The Horrorist – The Virus [A45 Music]
    Alien FM – It’s About The Bangin [Puzzlebox Records]
    The Advent – Untitled [Kombination Research]
    UR – Nannytown [Underground Resistance]
    AS1 – Speaker Sex [Last Known Trajectory]
    Paul Blackford – Fallout [Breakin’ Records]
    Adam Beyer – Untitled [Drumcode]
    DJ Stingray – NUDGE THEORY [Bleep43 Recordings]
    Urban Tribe – RNA World [Rephlex]

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09jxl4q#play

    https://www.mixcloud.com/marcjennings/orson-perverted-science-10-01-01-groove-tech/

    I could do with some help IDing tracks from this old Groovetech mix.

    I can only remember a couple.

    Phako - Bolnes Fragmented

    DI Indicator - Nothing Like You

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    Chromatix - Pitch Control (Transparent Sound Remix)

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    Sniper Mode - Big City Lights

    üNN - Three Pilots (Remix) -

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    The Other People Place - Let Me Be Me

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    Two Lone Swordsmen - Bootle (Simulant Remix)

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    Helmet - Early Riser

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    Fabrice Lig - Try Again - Morgan Geist Remix

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    There's so many old Electro mixes I've kept hold of or still find from years ago and I haven't a scooby doo what half the songs are that are being played. Shazam is a fat load of good and there's no where to look on the Internet for assistance. We need to use our collective knowledge of this shit before it dies off and get the songs we do know down on sites like MixesDB.com to stand some chance of keeping the music alive. It's 3:30am and I can't remember what this is called. (2h44m50s)

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    I don't know what you would call this era but it was when I first started listening to the modern Electro that was being released.

    It was mainly through a lot of the Groovetech Radio's shows that introduced me to so much new music. Daily visits to hear the new shows from Orson Bramley's Perverted Science, Weatherall's Haywire Sessions, Sherman & Curly Electrocuted and ADJ's Pyramid Transmissions. There was so much stuff coming out you were spoilt for choice. I wish I could have kept copies of all these streamed and they released track listings.

    There were a couple of popular messages boards around back then that I started visiting. This forum was obviously one and also the other that had Alliance in it's name. That place had a spilt personality when it came to its members. I never understood that Miami Bass scene and couldn't relate to many of them but through both forums there would be an influx of mixes being posted by Dr Skunkenstein, Damo, 214 and that strange Portuguese guy that kept my iPod constantly stocked.

    Unfortunately I never really got to experience much of this music inside a club up in Liverpool except for the odd event and a couple of tunes that slipped into a Dave Clarke techno set. That's what I most regret about this golden period. Even at its highest peak of it's popularity it didn't reach enough people and as quickly as it appeared it felt like it was already over and dying out.

    Releases became more scarce, people I followed dropped supporting Electro and replaced different genres into their mixes. I can recall many producers jumping ship on the Bastardized message board and consciously choosing making shitty dubstep instead. No doubt as thats where the money seemed to be and I can't blame them. I moved away into general electronica (Autechre) and adopting an Italo Disco addiction.

    Since losing a lot of my old library I've been getting back into Electro again and revising my past through Spotify. Hunting for anything that came out during this time and trying to locate some of the seminal releases. The selection of music available is not the best but seems to be improving as more labels embrace streaming.

    I'd like to know what were the important EPs and albums that some of you were enjoying whether they were absolute classics or rarer songs that flew under the radar for many. If you can help I've started putting together a playlist of music from this era that they have available.

    https://open.spotify.com/user/sparced/p…fbUPBIcDnCf87XF