Made @ home 18/07/2014
Some artist in the mix : Mike dred_Cristian Vogel_Adam X_303 Nation_Aphex Twin_Some of Underground Resistance artist too.
Enjoy listening 🙂
At Acidtechno.co.uk we are heavily into our vinyl. We have decided to mention in a very short blog who we recommend to get vinyl from. Let us know our recommendations by email us on firstname.lastname@example.org, and you never know it may get onto the blog page 😉
Birinight is the first vinyl seller we would like to mention. What Biri doesn’t know about techno really isn’t worth knowing. His knowledge is second to none. His discogs page really reflects this with the wide range of music he sells, and the DJ sets he plays his discogs page is here
Stay Up Forever Records
Stay Up Forever has been at the forfront of the UK Acid techno scene since 1994. Stay Up forever have had some of the biggest UK Techno pioneers in the scene from Geezer to Chris Liberator!
SUF have a fantastic record store which covers a vast area of the techno scene. To access their store click here
STEVE MILLS – CAN YOU DIG THIS
A1 Ling Ling Whoop That Bassline
A2 Steve Mills Can You Dig This
B1 Ling Ling I Have A Dream
B2 Biri N The Geezer Acid Hardcore
If you are an acid techno producer or DJ or promotor we want to hear from you.
Acidtechno.co.uk is a website that covers all aspects of acid.
We want to know about new releases. If you are releasing an acid techno track, album, EP let us know. Give us tracklisting, a link to a sound sample, where your prefered seller is, preferably a link
If you are a Promotor or a DJ please let us know where your playing or promoting. Give us ethe details of the event. Give us as much information as possible so the raver knows what is happening, how much lineup, address with postcode etc.
Do you want ravers to know about your regular event? How about doing an event focus telling us about your event.
Are you a producer or a DJ? send us a biog so we can do a DJ\Producer focus on you.
Do you run a label? Let us have a overview of your label, and a discography. Send us a link to sound samples as well. Where can we buy your records? do you have your own record store? or do they have to buy through another retailer? Are you digital only? or vinyl only? If you do both do you have to buy digital from a different place to vinyl?
Have you done any acid techno podcasts? If so send us a link from soundcloud or mixcloud and we will get it up.
Do you produce tracks? let us know the equipment you use or sample packs? maybe review some sample packs or equipment?
Whatever content you want to add onto this site from the acid techno scene from events to releases please email email@example.com
The fantastic Guy Mcaffer aka the Geezer & D.A.V.E. The drummer bring you another stormin techno release!
A1 Guy Mcaffer Raw 9 a
B1 D.A.V.E. The Drummer Hydraulix 9a
Fabulous 23s (real name Joe Young) has been making music since 1988 using analogue synthesizers drum machines 8bit and 16bit computers and samplers. He started DJing in 1992 and in 1995 started playing out spinning at free parties and later DJing and playing live at some of his own with various other artists such as Gaz (the Gareth Wilkins Band), The Gypsies Dog (Glue Rooms), Dannyrind (Bacon) and Jonnispeedbass.
In 1999 he released several mp3s on Terbo Teds Speedbass.com website resulting in tracks been released with Terbo Ted on his album “five” and white label vinyl releases in the USA. He currently has more speedbass tracks circulating then any other artist and has collaborated with artists such as Skeeter, Texas Noise Factory, Jonni Speedbass and Alex Porker. In 2000 Steve Smitten, from London’s famous techno label Smitten, launched his new label XS with 2 Hard Edged acid anthem tracks by the Fabulous 23s – “Over the limit / y2k” which quickly sold out and was repressed, followed by “It’s fucking dark / You’re a victim” and a favourite of Radio One’s Judge Jules, “Ghost town / It’s fucking dark”, which he like so much he used it as the final track of every set of his 2001 tour. Later he remixed for Dave the Drummer on the track “70mph” and amidst of all this he still found time to be playing out live at various raves by Havok / So It Is / Antimatter / Cabbage / NTA amongst others.
after a 13 year break the Fabulous 23s are riding back into town with a new live p.a. featuring new tracks and a few old classics. 303s all the way this is peak time acid to get your party rocking.. contact fabulous23s@gmail to book now.
Taken from SUF facebook page ( link here https://www.facebook.com/stayupforever/info) Scroll to bottom of page for website links for the label.
STAY UP FOREVER REACH 100 IN 2011!!!
This year STAY UP FOREVER RECORDS will release the first part of their 100th release, and celebrate 18 years of being at the forefront of the U.K. Acid Techno scene. It will also be 20 years since the Liberator DJ’s(Chris, Julian and Aaron) the squat party pioneers and creators of Stay Up Forever and the Acid Techno sound began their mission to bring the hard and dirty sound of the London techno underground to the world.
And what a history…
Growing into a worldwide movement from Sao Paulo to Tokyo, Warsaw to Melbourne, Caracas to Johannesburg, with soundsystems, parties and clubnights dedicated to the sound and ethos appearing like viruses, inspired by the dirty,energetic music, and the punkish, “Fuck-You” context of the London squat scene, the scene erupted with little fanfare and virtually no hype. Non-fashionable, overtly political and anti-establishment, and truly D.I.Y. in attitude, the sound was reflected in these urban parties that thrived in London every weekend, a place to try out new tracks and see the music’s influence on the dancefloor directly. Producers and musicians like D.D.R., D.A.V.E.the Drummer, Lawrie Immersion, Geezer, Gizelle and Ant (to name but a few) joined the fold, and in the late nineties with more labels and input the Stay Up Forever Collective was born to reflect what was now a vibrant musical force across the whole Techno spectrum. Championed by such luminaries as John Peel and Kriss Needs, their D.I.Y. counter-culture ethic appealed to those who saw beyond the glitzy Mixmag coated media circus that the U.K. dance scene became, but also outlawed them from both the traditional dance media, and the po-faced “proper” techno scene which often gravitated heavily towards whatever was fashionable or intellectually appropriate. STAY UP FOREVER refused to play the game and continued with the music they loved, but developed it heavily through various channels, never following the mainstream penchants for Progressive, Hard House, Electro, Minimal or whatever other sound dominated. Totally dedicated to what they believe in, they have outlived most, forging an almost legendary status in the techno scene, without having virtually any media coverage in the mainstream.
Now, with stalwarts Chris Liberator and Aaron Liberator still at the helm, the Stay Up Forever Collective continues to pump out vinyl with a catalogue of new releases from Stay Up Forever, Hydraulix, R.A.W., Cluster, WahWah, Maximum Minimum, Hive, Yolk, Scythe Squadron and 99.9, as well as digital releases through the new london909.com website. With original producers like D.D.R., Lawrie Immersion, Chris Liberator and Ant back and on fire, and newer, younger producers like A.P., Sterling Moss, and Osmo kicking up a storm, there is a definite new wave of Acid Techno happening, with new free party rigs championing the sound across the U.K., bored of the establishment and disillusioned with the status quo of a tired music scene.
ACID TECHNO : A WAY OF LIFE NOT A FASHION STATEMENT
As always, Bairdo had great time whipping up a this mix with these fantastic acid techno records. There are some excellent tunes around at the moment and when Stay Up Forever 100 arrived at his front door he had to get on the decks and bang out a new mix.
26.02.2012 update – FREE DOWNLOAD 320 kbps MP3 here:
Track 13 is one for the 90s acid techno fans! Buzzbomb by Well Paid Scientists (D.A.V.E. the Drummer & DDR with MC Jello Biafra) – Monster 303 line on it! It’s basically an acid techno cover of Buzzbomb by The Dead Kennedys.
I’VE MADE A NEW ONE OF TUNES FROM 2002 TO 2012
London Techno & Acid Techno Mix – Original Vinyl – Feb 2012 😉
There’s a stack of old acid techno classics on these 2 mixes – spanning 1994 to 2000
Old Skool London Acid Techno Mix 2 – Original Vinyl – Nov 2011 😉
Old Skool London Acid Techno Mix – Original Vinyl – April 2011 😉