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Tyree – Night Of Acid

Chicago Acid from 1988; so, classic stuff from the very eye of the storm.

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Roy of the Ravers – Emotinium

This is the kind of Acid-tinged merriment some went in for in the early 90’s; stuff that got the IDM label dumped on it (even “Ambient Techno” made more sense). This lovely slice of electronic music is from 2016’s ‘2 Late 4 Love’. There’s ongoing controversy about this due to the use of the title of ‘Emotinium’, which was previously used by Ceephax Acid Crew for one of his tracks. From what can be gathered, that is the only similarity. This tracks isn’t a ‘remix’ of the Ceephax one, despite people stating this. This upload was taken from a YouTube channel where someone changed the title so it looked like a RotR remix of the Ceephax tune…..which it isn’t. Anyway, listen to both to make your mind up ,and see which one you prefer, despite them having nothing to do with each other.

Underground Resistance – Lunar Rhythms

Detroit Techno from 1995 with some heavy Electro and Acid leanings.

Roy of the Ravers – Emotinium

This is the kind of Acid-tinged merriment some went in for in the early 90’s; stuff that got the IDM label dumped on it (even “Ambient Techno” made more sense). This lovely slice of electronic music is from 2016’s ‘2 Late 4 Love’.

Posthuman – We Are The City

Acid.

2015.

MD III – Personal Problem

Classic 1988 Acid house from Mike Dunn’s ‘Face The Nation’ EP. This one has a light, swift groove to it whilst Tyree adds vocal duties to the percolating Acid lines.

Manny Cuevas – A Matter Defined (Acid House)

Some brand new Acid for your Jackin’ requirements. This is from the Florida man’s 2017 EP ‘Thee Jackin’ Zone’.

Armando – Land Of Confusion

If there is any confusion about the term ‘Acid House’, one can always come back to the Chicago masters such as Armando to get clarification. There was a magical era in the Uk during the late 80’s, but that didn’t mean that every dance tune people were jackin’ to was Acid House. The sound is pure, and minimal in its aesthetic; and can be perfectly demonstrated with this track from 1987.

Autechre – Chatter

Some Acid Electro from Autechre in their early days; off of the Warp compilation ‘Artificial Intelligence II’ (1994).

Armando – The Future (Armando’s Original)

Cracking 1996 Acid House from the Chicago legend. It’s sad to think that Armando was battling Leukemia when he produced this.

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