I had a blast at the NVA space, that collection is pretty impressive. I found awesome records that I now listen to almost every day. The moment I dropped the needle on that Dave Clarke’s icrunch EP, Anthony, Gab and I went a bit crazy with those chops. That vocal sample and rhythmn progression is just unbelievable. Gets me everytimeIi play it on my system. ”Give them what they want’’.
That 1994 Planetary Assault System’s Planetary Funk Vol. 4 is a masterpiece and it was pretty hard to choose between those two incredible tracks, but ”Diesel Drudge” really got me, perfect for getting motivation in the morning.
The Artificial Intelligence II compilation released in ’94 was an absolute no brainer, so many good artists on that comp. Didn’t know that this is actually a motion picture soundtrack, and was very impressed with Cabaret Voltaire’s Richard H. Kirk track. Sounds good and looks even better.
That Cap’m Stargazer VS Commander Mindfuck wax was also a no brainer for two reasons: the name of the band… and mostly that shredder guitar solo.
Never disappointed with Shed, never, and his remix for Toronto’s Basic Soul Unit is massive, awesome percussions and nasty textures.
Lastly, I’m a big fan of Infrastructure New York’s Substance series with all those hard techno giants. Props to Christian Wünsch for his remix of Function’s Montage, love those bongos man.