Nostalgia 041



  • Calmec – Tangerine [Remark Records] (2004)

I fell in love since the first time I heard this track on a CD mix specifically on Politics Of Dancing 2 by the legend Paul van Dyk back in 2005! While my friend Andro was driving his dad’s Pontiac Grand Am :P. I still remember those times, real nostalgia here <3


  • Serpico – Just Can’t Stop (1992)

A couple of months ago I went to the Fünk (CDMX) anniversary where they brought the Romanian guys from [a:rpia:r] (Raresh, Rhadoo and Pedro as I called him :D) to play! I couldn’t resist and my friend and I shazammed this record!

Then I looked it up on the internet and realized that I already had it on my Discogs wantlist but the best thing was that they did a reissue last year on the Moonworks label ! An amazing 90s house music record by Carlos Baker <3


  • Echölab – Real Delay [ACDC] (2003)

A mysterious but incredibly good progressive house record, I heard it for the first time on a great WTP mix!


  • Full Moon Fashions – Full Moon Fashions [Elektrolux] (1995)

Sublabel of General Electronic Music. Distributed worldwide by InterGroove. It was founded by Pascal F.E.O.S. and Alex Azary.

In 2008 Elektrolux was rebranded as Elux Records.


  • Tony Allen – Ole [Honest Jon’s Records] (2007)

Producer, multi-instrumentalist, mastering and cutting engineer at Dubplates & Mastering, (1995 – 2008) born 1962 in Hamburg, Germany.


  • Thor – Aliens Don’t Boogie [Æ Recordings] (1999)

Iceland techno label. Sub Label is called Æ Recordings Limited run by the Icelandic artists Thor, Octal Industries & OHM


  • The Timewriter – Let’s Keep Our Love Going / Starlight Night [Plastic City] (1996)

It was Tom Wax who introduced Frank Cochois to the upcoming label Plastic City in 1995. Next to Terry Lee Brown Jr., The Timewriter would become THE most influential artist in the development of Plastic City as one of the major outlets for TechHouse in Germany and beyond.

His albums and mix-compilations have gained The Timewriter an excellent international reputation. Fans and experts alike also agree on his more downbeat-oriented project JFC with releases on Elektrolux a.o.


  • Convextion – Convextion 2 [Matrix] (1997)

Long awaited reissue of classic Convextion tracks originally released on Matrix Records Detroit.


  • Rawell – Berlin Intern [WMFRec] (2000)

The label evolved from the WMF Club in Berlin, Germany and was releasing diverse clubmusic styles between 2000 and 2004.


  • The Fires Of Ork – The Fires Of Ork 2 [Fax +49-69/450464] (2000)

During a two-week session in Frankfurt they composed a magnificent self-titled album, a magnum opus that ranges in tone from soothing to haunting, from dark to playful. The title track (appearing in two versions) was also released on a 12-inch which, just as the album, culled rave reviews everywhere. The name “The Fires of Ork” is taken from Roy Batty’s monologue at the end of the 1982 movie ‘Blade Runner’, as sampled on the first album by the duo.


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