It’s taken a while to warm to this one, but a wonderful pounding dark dub dinosaur monster it is.
Classic Chicago house from years back.
Quite simply just typical Ricardo brilliance. A subtle melody that just gets into your head – I like to play it after something dramatic just to calm things down, but then again I’m not a genius like Ricardo.
Power, force and strength. Randomer is fast becoming one of my favourite techno producers.
A really good vocal house track – almost as if it was made in the 1990’s in America.
Emotive computer music. A really nice, breakbeat-based electro track that I ended up putting towards the end of a lot of sets in 2017.
Mid-90’s minimal – when it was more basic and just a stripped back version of techno, with bleeps and a recognisable sample.
Coming somewhere between electro and bleep-techno – this early 2000’s track is a pleasurable late discovery – only took me 16 years.
There’s a million tracks like this, all stripped-back with a groovy bassline and not much else going on – but this stands out as being particularly high quality. Though Jessica Diaz does sound more like a pop star name!
Loving this low-slung bassy number.
I have been searching for this and literally 30 minutes after I had some amazing news, I finally discovered it. Originally released in 1998 but re-released last year, this is somewhere between underground house, electro and synth-pop – drama, warmth, vocal stabs and just ever so fresh and exciting. I could orgasm to this. And you can properly dance to it. HUGE.
I could have put either this or the vocal mix as a favourite, and may well do both! This just has a touch more class, a nicely mature dubby feel, with well-worked repeated vocal stabs from the original. Classy.