Here’s Three They Made Earlier: old tunes and older tunes every Monday | October 9, 2023

As we get ready to say farewell to another Monday, it’s time for our usual look back at the increasingly extensive archives of the dance music world. Each week, members of the team pull out three choices from dance music history, ranging from well-known to those which have been forgotten over the years.

For our first selection this week, we’re going all the way back to 1997. Ascension was one of the aliases used by production duo Rick Simmonds and Stephen Jones – they also went by Lustral, Space Brothers, and a few others. “Someone” featured several remixes by Northern Ireland based producer Slacker – and this was one of them…

Next up, here’s one from around the turn of the millennium. Back then, it wasn’t uncommon to have records that could be played in more than one type of set – this one was equally at home in trance and techno sets at the time. Oliver Lieb was behind this one, which al received a remix from Push…

And to conclude business for this evening, it’s one of those records which started out life in 1999 and hung around for a few years – imagine that, eh? DJ Dan made a track called “Needle Damage” – and the remix by British producer Trevor Rockliffe rested somewhere between trance, techno, house, hard house… well, take your pick!

More selections next Monday…

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