Now! That’s what I call house music. It should be noted the eerie similarities between this track and a song that appeared on the Streets of Rage 2 (1992) soundtrack a few years later.
It’s summer and I’m jamming to this. It’s a Summer Jam.
Do you think you have what it takes to handle this celestial cosmic funk? If so, hop aboard your neon lazerboard and pump it up to the Groove Stratosphere.
Super clean house rework of a Fleetwood Mac song. Probably a super good song to listen to while cleaning your house.
Here’s a solid 105 minutes of diverse early- to mid-90s electronic music, produced and curated by a group of San Francisco-based DJs. Technotronic jams.
One of the greatest moments in the history of hardcore music. Converge working a pre-9/11 East Coast basement into a frenzied hysteria. This time it’s war!!
Bouncy baroque synthpop from the same act that did that “Always Something There To Remind Me” jam — love those halftime breaks. Wonder what the source of the drum samples was? This was 1983, mind you. Also check out that dank Sequential Circuits Prophet-5 in the vid image.