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  1. Neuro

    New Shows?

    Fantastic work buddy, thank you!
  2. Don't all choke on your cornflakes, but Jules is a contestant on celebrity masterchef tonight. BBC1 Mondays @ 9:00pm
  3. @Simcut do you have the missing segments of this particular broadcast? Hoping it’s on one of those tapes you’ve found... did you say you have around 10 more shows still to digitise from 1999?
  4. Another belter - get downloading if you missed it
  5. I love this mix, a different direction from Jules here and a nice short mix to download on the move
  6. Jacey B has it right there of course
  7. And you have hit the nail on the head there sir. Jules was the "gateway DJ" for millions of people, opening their ears to the scene which then spurred us into discovering the tiny little subgenres that dance music has now fragmented into. As a DJ in his day, the magnifying glass was on him like no other in the UK, so the "consistency" argument is one brought up all the time. I've lost count the number of times I hear people say to me "I saw him perform a flawless set, so gathered my mates to see his next gig only to witness an inexplicably shocking set" leaving everyone bewildered and, well, pretty pissed off. Maybe every DJ has this, depending on the venue, their attitude, and what's in their box? But I like to think the Archive here proves those really good radio shows and live sets which were recorded outweigh all the shockers, so long may we relive them
  8. Could be a coding error in which case we need to find another source from the web, as I don't have the original rip other than what is uploaded here. I will look into this - thanks
  9. I am still discovering some really old stuff, stuff like this which I actually taped back in 1991 4x 20-minute mixes for your ears Guest mixes on Radio 1 Show Hosted By The Pet Shop Boys, Aug 91 * Mondays Mix - Andy & Darren from 808 State * 1. Turntable Hype - Set You Free 2. Hashim - Al-Naafiysh (The Soul) 3. KLF - What Time Is Love (Briefly) 4. Subject 13 - Eternity (Vinyl Solution) 5. Lupo - So Hard "so hot" 6. PSB - So Hard (KLF Mix) 7. 808 State - Lift 8. Cybersonik - Technarchy (Briefly) "listen to the rhythm flow" 9. Klubzone 1 - Boom Ahh 10. Chase Events - Enough 11. ??? 12. The House Crew - Keep The Fire Burning 13. Raze - Bass Power (Accapella) 14. Hibrid & Doo Lally D - Twisted Tambourine 15. ??? think its - Jolly Roger - Ulysses (The Groove) heavy bass 16. Rhythm Section - I Can Take You Higher (Atomic EP) "than youve ever been before" female 17. Moodswings - 6 Train 18. Rhythim Is Rhythim - It Is What It Is 19. Gill Scott Heron - War Is Ugly "rock your body" 20. ??? "out on the dancefloor" male / piano 21. Ralphi Rosario feat Xavier Gold - U Used To Hold Me 22. Wood Allan - Airport 89 23. ??? "everybody get funky" (has male rap) 24. The Hitmen - Tragic Force 25. The Mackenzie - Party People 26. ??? 27. Shades of Rhythm - Sweet Sensation (briefly) 27. Cappella - Helyom Halib * Tuesdays Mix - Kenny Ken (Eclipse) * 1. SSR - To Be House (Guerilla) 2. Party People - You Got Me Burning Up "fall down on me, I like it" 3. Alison Limerick - Where Love Lives (Dub) 4. Chubb Rock with Howie Tee - Yo Bad Chubbs (Crib mix) 5. Richie Rich & Ralphi Rosario - You Used To Salsa 6. Jimi Polo - Better Days (Original Mix) 7. DSK - What Would We Do (Hurleys Dub Mix) 8. Moby - Go 9. Raze - Break For Love * Wednesdays Mix - Sasha * 1. Horse - Careful (Original Version) 2. The Meaning feat DJ Mellow - Showing You The Feeling 3. Urban Soul - Alright 4. Angels & Images - Heaven on Earth (inst piano) 5. Dupree - Brass Disk (Accapella) 6. Congress - 40 Miles (Inst) 7. Raze - Bass Power (Accapella) 8. Leftfield - Not Forgotten 9. Whitney Houston - I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Accapella) 10. Moby - Go 11. K Klass - Rhythm Is a Mystery (2 copies) * Thursdays Mix - Frankie Knuckles * 1. LA Mix - Love Together (Banji Lovers Dub) 2. ??? percussion 3. Sueno Latino - Sueno Latino (Cutmaster G Mix) 4. ??? piano "check this out" 5. ??? "I miss your love now" female * Fridays Mix - Carl Cox * 1. Hookline & Singer - Nightime (Belgian Trance Mix) "you better believe it" 2. Basscut - Im Not In Love "doo da d ahh ahh" 3. ??? "rocking to the rhythm" male (samples yello) 4. The Badman Presents NDX - Higher Than Heaven 5. Carl Cox - I Want You (Forever) "I want you forever" female / breakbeat 6. FPI Project - Everybody (All Over The World) 7. Evolution & Sasha - Metropolis (Cant Stop The Feeling Mix) 8. SSR - To Be House (Guerilla)
  10. We all remember the days of taping shows, just something loads of us did, completely independently. Also, as soon as Westwood's "bombs" went off every Friday night at 11:00pm I'm sure someone up there really must have heard a million dance fans press "stop" on their cassette players Welcome to the site!
  11. Neuro

    New Shows?

    We think we have exhausted every source out there, both in terms of audio and tracklistings, so unless we get contacted that someone has a stash of cassettes somewhere they want us to digitize and upload on here, or indeed they upload something new themselves, what we have in the archives is pretty much it. I do know I have the "end of year" Saturday show from 2000 somewhere split across 2 minidiscs which I would love to find. Once I do, you can be sure it will be uploaded straight away
  12. Worth a chat with a member on here called Louk. I know he recorded similar local radio shows and you never know, you could stumble across a goldmine of tapes
  13. One for the commute tomorrow! Thanks Aza
  14. I completely agree with this. For me Jules was the ultimate "gateway" DJ - very flawed, very inconsistent, but capable of truly sensational sets and unique passages of atmosphere. He opened a generation of people up to a variety of electronic music.... you only need to look at everybody on these forums all with their preferred niches and subgenres that they've discovered. But the common origin was Jules.
  15. Interesting read here, especially the bit about the (often forgotten but incredible) disco scene in the 1970s which was what really drove Technics to improve their SL-1100s http://mixmag.net/feature/the-evolution-of-the-turntable