Review: First released in 1994 and remastered for the 21st century. As the title subtly suggest, this has to be played LOUD! And it the recent days, the title tune (that FX mix) has been played recently by the usual suspects. A classic and strong 12" by Orlando Voorn under his Baruka moniker focusing on twisted funky Detroit Techno sound with his special signature.
Review: Given the length of Orlando Voorn's career - not to mention the rather large number of aliases he's employed over the years - it's perhaps unsurprising that Mental Groove offshoot Musique Pour La Danse has decided to put together a series that rounds up some of his lesser-known productions. Collected EP 2 begins with two cuts from Voorn's early '90s Frequency alias: the Jimi Hendrix-sampling, Belgian style hardcore of "Kiss The Sky", and the bleep-influenced, hip-house roller "Where Is Your Evidence". On the flip you'll find two suitably angry smashers from Voorn's Nighttripper project. There's the aggressive riffs, bleep melodies and relentless techno drums of "The Phuture", and the swinging, acid-driven stomp of "The Trip", both of which originally dropped in 1991.
Review: First released in 1994 and remastered for the 21st century. An absolutely georgous 12" by Orlando Voorn under his Baruka moniker focusing on ambient house / IDM and downtempo, think of the heyday of Black Dog, New Electronica, Artificial Intelligence, and Fat Cat Records shop, with Orlando's touch. And a truly delicious acid line on Circles.
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