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- Me, Myself, and I
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VINYL JUNKIE and oldskool raver trying to keep the vibe alive. I'm lucky to be able to say I lived through the 1990-1994 amazing UK underground dancemusic scene, and experienced it to the max . I will always love Vinyl Records, because only they can capture the true sound, (digital sound cannot reproduce sine or triangle waves correctly, and as such does not reproduce the true recording as it should be). Of course, CD's & mp3's do have their place in music, and have many advantages over vinyl, but personally I prefer the hands on feel of mixing with vinyl records.
CHECK OUT MY PERSONAL SITE - http://nikgnashers.no-ip.org .
Respect to the original oldskoolravers (none to the oldskool FAKERS you know who you are), big respect to all the wicked mates I have got to know since I came online, and peace to all vinyl lovers !
- Oldskool Hardcore & Jungle Techno 1990-1994, Oldskool Housemusic, Oldskool HipHop, Oldskoolotherstuff (are you detecting a theme here ?).....
Also love MC PITMAN ye getmeh guys a genius, and DEVVO....
so to recap, mainly oldskool music !
Download my mixes here: http://www.renegaderadio.co.uk/downl...
- I am WHITE VAN MAN !
Beware of the long wheelbase high roof white van doing 95mph 3" off ya bumper, its me !!!!
- Best None-Pro DeeJays in the WORLD
- Strongforce, DJ Foo, RLS, DJ Rich, Rob H, Frosty, Champion Puffa, Jon SST, Maxx vinyl, Phil Da Bass, Andy J,
Rhythm, Flipside, Nokka, Eddie V, Bennie D, and Livvy - find most of them on renegade radio !
- Scared Of
- the misses, ipods, wasps, belt-drive turntables
- Happiest When
- On the TECHNIC 1200Mk5's doing an awesome mix of oldskool hardcore tunes. Ultimate happiness is opening a fresh delivery of vinyl !
- Top Pro DeeJays
- Carl Cox, Eazy D, Seduction, Top Buzz crew, sy, Slipmat, grooverider, ellis dee, Ratty, GE Real, Dougal, Colin Dale, Clarkee, micky finn, kenny ken, easygroove, Fabio, Nicky Blackmarket, Swan E, and many many more............
- Hate with a vengence
- Modern rock/pop, tinted windows, fake ppl, turkish delights, people who call themselves DJ's and can ONLY mix mp3's with a mouse on a PC, and tw@ts who think they are something special just because they are admin in some poxy forum/chatroom GET A LIFE YOU SADDO'S...
Also ppl who brag about owning 10, 000 tunes, then confess they are all ilegal mp3's from filesharing networks ! And I really hate ppl who release remixes of famous tunes, or who sample famous tunes, and make money from them, yet DONT HAVE THE RESPECT TO ACTUALLY LET THE ORIGINAL ARTIST EVEN KNOW, LET ALONE PAY THEM THE ROYALTIES THEY DESERVE....
- Mark Taylor
- Alex Hill
- Mc Devvo
- Claire Sandison
- Pete Shannon
- B A Baracus
- Dj Oldskool
- Dj Alex-F Official
- Tam Dickson
- MC Wotsee
- Stephen Kelly
- Liam G
- Blazee Mc
- Necromatic Evil
- Joe C
- Mal McGinley
- Jan Adaszkiewicz
- Peter Madden
- Aaron Mc Cormick
- Sandyy G Init Bruv
- Sam Ag
- Marc Trelford
- Dj Johno
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- How oldskool are you ? 3 Taken
True OSR will remember the days of the REAL rave scene, back when raving was 80ppl in a muddy feild in the middle of some woods dancing for 3 days. No clubs, no dress code, no tickets, no attitude, just a mad group of people from various backgrounds all enjoying something different, new, and exciting. True OSR will remember when E's actually contained MDMA, and when acid tabs were all the rage.
The first raves I went to, were not full of glow-stick weilding 16 year olds in white tracksuits and burberry hats. Ravers back then tried to look unique and different to anybody else. In the very early days of raves, there seemed to be lots of hippies, travellers, old northern soul boys, grebo's, and other types of party people you would never see at a modern HTID crap event. The music, atmosphere, and overall vibe of the early rave scene united the different types of people. I can remember dancing away with different people who, 5 years earlier, would have probably just wanted to fight eachother. The rave scene died, in my opinion, when the criminal justice bill was passed. There were a few decent big events in 1992 & 1993, but I think after the end of 1993 the whole scene was going downhill. The music split into 'catagories' (whereas before 93 it was all just rave music), and this took the scene backwards. Instead of everybody united and listening to all different types of dancemusic, ppl got snobby again and would only listen to a small particular sound or style.
Nowadays, there is none of the old spirit left in modern so-called rave music. Its sad but true to say that the modern hardcore sound does not seem to have moved on in the last 10 years. The artists just copy what previous artists have been doing, the 'ravers' dress and dance copying what previous 'ravers' over the last 10 years have been doing, and to be a raver these days means you are just a sheep trying to fit in with some stereotype image created by commercial money-making organisations.
True ravers know the coo.........
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Great resource site for old 90's rave flyers and much more
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check out my personal site - http://nikgnashers.no-ip.org
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