Novelty is rare in dance music these days, which is why our eyes bugged out of our heads when we came across DJ Flapjack. As we flipped through his various mix videos on YouTube—and our jaws dropped at his technical old-school turntablist tricks—we wondered about this person, and also about the deep underground American hardcore rave scene from which he emerged. Who would be at this rave—adolescents in furry boots? Hula-hooping poi-spinners?
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2. Bass Selective – Blow Out Part 2 (1992)
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Written by Ian McQuaid Published on Do U remember '92? This clutch of banging old-skool tunes will put a smile y on your face. This was a crazy, intense time for British music. New technology was coming out monthly, and producers were caught in an arms race to see who could squeeze the weirdest, freshest sounds from their gear. Whether UK dance music has ever sounded as crazy as this since is open to debate. Bass Selective — Blow Out Part 2 The Moog — Rush Hour In terms of truly shameless drug anthems, this one takes the biscuit. Half of the track consists of frantic synths and a hooligan MC shouting "make some noise" with barely discernable rhythm.