Welcome back to the classic record review, as always presented by Dark-T!
This time we are going back to 1993 with this production from Asylum who is better known as DJ Ruffneck aka Patrick Van Kerckhoven. I guess most of you should know who Van Kerckhoven is and that he is one of the four main influential figures besides Paul Elstak, Lenny Dee and Marc Acardipane when it comes to the development of Hardcoretechno music. Already active since 1990 he was co-founder of the legendary 80Aum Records, creator of the infamous Ruffneck Records, its follow up Gangsta Audiovisuals and is nowadays running Enzyme Records. With this release on K.N.O.R. Records we have a record that is on one side quite U.K. influenced and diverse but yet stays on its hard and gloomy path on the other.
Wow, what a night that was! But let’s start at the beginning.
The rave trip started with a flight from Frankfurt to Amsterdam to attend an event for which I purchased the entry ticket already in december. After arriving in the city of A’dam I first of all had to warm myself up in an Irish pub with some lamb stew, a pint of Guinness and of course a few whiskys as it was so damn cold that even the famous “Grachten” were half frozen. With a warm feeling and a full belly I continued my trip by train to Rotterdam to meet with a friend and her other guest who came all the way from France. Together with the R’dam crew and the French raver girl I drove back to the event in A’dam and prepared myself to enter the location which was a warehouse in a industrial area of A’dam.
Wir freuen uns sehr, Darius G. als Artist bei Eternal Entertainment begrüssen zu dürfen. Als Urgestein der Frankfurter Hardcore-Szene blickt Darius auf zahlreiche Produktionen zurück und wird uns auch weiterhin mit seinem experimentellen und einzigartigen Sound beglücken. In Kürze werden wir hier ein exklusives Interview mit Darius über seine Arbeiten veröffentlichen und einen Ausblick auf seine nächsten Releases geben.
Also guckt regelmäßig hier vorbei oder lasst Euch über Facebook auf dem Laufenden halten. Hier geht’s zu Darius’ Bio- und Diskografie.
We are very happy to welcome Darius G. as an artist at Eternal Entertainment. As a veteran of the Frankfurt Hardcore scene, Darius looks back on numerous productions and will continue to make us happy with his experimental and unique sound. Soon we will publish an exclusive interview with Darius about his work and give an outlook on his next releases.
So check back regularly or let us keep you informed via Facebook. Click here for Darius’ biography and discography.
Hello Eternalists! We are back with the monthly classic record review presented by Dark-T!
This time I have chosen a french release from the end of the old century, namely BLOC 006 – Manu Le Malin – Ghost Train. There is also a remix EP existing from this record on the same label with the very popular Vitalic Remix of Ghost Train on it, that you can bring back to your mind here . But I want to stay with the original release from the spearhead of French Hardcore Manu Le Malin as I feel it is very underrated.
Nach inzwischen mehr als 10 Veröffentlichungen sowohl auf verschiedenen Labels als auch auf seinem eigenen hat uns der gebürtige Frankfurter Miro Pajic endlich mit einem MSDMNR DJ Set beglückt. Wer nicht das Glück hatte einen der seltenen Auftritte von MSDMNR [mis·de·mean·our] live mitzuerleben, hat jetzt endlich die Möglichkeit diesen Mix aus düster treibendem Techno zu genießen wie auch wir ihn lieben!
After by now more than 10 releases on different labels as well as on his own, Miro Pajic finally has made us happy with his own DJ set as MSDMNR. Who was not lucky enough to witness one of the rare appearances of MSDMNR [mis·de·mean·our] live, now finally has the opportunity to enjoy this mix of gloomy impulsive Techno just as we love it too!