In this series we’ve decided to go back down memory lane and reminisce on all the tracks that laid the foundations for the music, we all love today.
Every week we’ll dig up four classics that will bring you right back to the early days of raving.
Following on from our interview with Mr.G last week, he gave us his top four tracks that brought him down memory lane. The label owner is truly a legend and still as consistent as he was in past years to this day.
A Guy Called Gerald – 28 Gun Bad Boy
Djing in London on a reggae system playing this rough arsed bassline will always remind me of the door I came in through! Gerald at his crazy best.
Suburban Knights – The Worlds
Man this blew my mind! It’s so forward thinking at that time even hearing it now takes me back way back with a big smile… The good ole days!
T99 – Anasthasia
Breaks were coming in hard and fast and sounding fresh. This used to cause mayhem on those warehouse floors lol.
Longsy D’s House Sound – This Is Ska
Proto rave acid… I used to twist this up week in week out wherever I was playing! Still is a very different track.