One i think of often due to when i first heard it. On a dancefloor of the only alternative club where i grew up. It must have been 1994. Worthings ( UK) then ‘Factory’ club with the local legend dj Carlos on the decks. He played 3 trance tracks at the end of the night and this was one. I had the floor mostly to myself ( small club). I had possibly been head banging my long hippy locks all night but this made me dance differently. There’s something quite beautifully loopy about it i think. Early days of the Trance Lift off!
I don't think this is good enough for a thread, however I would like to at least mention it here.
For once a release of a minor, uplifting-focused label isn't one of those steroid abominations... finding a release like this is like winning the lottery now.
it's quite simple but enjoyable at least.
Spooky - Belong (Sasha Remix) Unmixed
The magic starts around 5:30 and culminates in an amazing climax from 6:23 onwards..
Don't need to take anything to get high on this, we need more such magic in modern music these days!
Spooky have always been a nice slightly sweeter than most on the experimental dance music scene. Saw them a few times around 1994/95. Always liked the fact they tended to be uplifting and never very harsh noise wise really.