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The-Invisible-Man
The-Invisible-Man
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Dj Emski
Dj Emski
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Sunny Norwich - United Kingdom
; ; ; I started out in late1989 attending some of the now infamous 'Summer of Love' raves such as Energy and Biology. I then carried on moving with the times and progressed to the Hardcore events which exploded onto the scene in early 1990. <o:p></o:p> These included some of the best parties ever to be staged like Raindance (Jenkins Lane), Amnesia, Fantazia and Perception. <o:p></o:p> It was around this time I started to regularly attend the now legendary 'Eclipse', staged monthly at the Cambridge Corn Exchange. It soon became a way of life and quickly built up a huge reputation as one of the best with it's own army of die hard ravers. All the top DJ's were there, alongside a core of local residents which included original warehouse technicians Pauly C, Doug Osbourne, DJ Lez, Chris Brown, Jo Jo Rock, Unity, Lee Coombs and organiser Stuart Banks - who alongside brother David made it all work. Eclipse ran for over three years between May 1990 and June 1993 and paved the way for the Cambridge/East Anglia scene. <o:p></o:p> When the scene started to split, with Hardcore going one way and Drum 'n' Bass going the other, I began to go to some of 'new' events appearing such as ESP Dreamscape, Helter Skelter, Temptation and in 1995 Stevenage's United Dance. <o:p></o:p> As the scene continued to progress, the music started to change with Happy Hardcore becoming faster and harder (Techno-like) and Jungle/Drum 'n' Bass darker (Moody-like) I felt it was time to move on. <o:p></o:p> Then finally after World Dance NYE 1995 held at the Docklands and falling in love with 'Ken Doh's Nakasaki EP' I got into the House and Garage scene where I found the music at a tempo I enjoyed with an 'old skool' feel. <o:p></o:p> Superclubs were now the place to be as I went to Miss Moneypennys, Sheffield's Gatecrasher and Progress. Closer to home it was regular haunts such as Club UK and Kink (Ipswich), The Whitehouse in Newmarket and Milky Lunch at the Norwich University. <o:p></o:p> More recently I can be found at the smaller local clubs and bars in town, but still searching for the right vibe in order to have a good night. So when it comes to the dance scene and clublife there ain't nothin I ain't seen...!!! Peace

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Nigelblue
Nigelblue Sunday, December 11, 2011

2nd tracks the best!

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SteadyJ
SteadyJ Thursday, February 17, 2011

thanks for the props on my 1988 mix. Sorry for the late reply!

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Dj Emski
Dj Emski Thursday, December 30, 2010

happy new year .btw if your looking for a rave try club labrynth .join club labrynth on facebook for news on the next one. it isnt exactly the same as the old days but its damn close :)

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Dj Variety
Dj Variety Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Happy Holidays and a wonderful New Years as well!

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dj chonka
dj chonka Tuesday, November 9, 2010

cool like your stuff

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dj chonka
dj chonka Monday, November 8, 2010

thanks for downloading more to come mainly breaks but other stuff as wel

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Dj Emski
Dj Emski Sunday, November 7, 2010

thanks for the comments deeman ,much appreciated :)

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The Happy Tripper
The Happy Tripper Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Dan, check out my Old Skool mix...think you might like it. The Happy Tripper