Various Artists

“3am Spares (deluxe 2 Lp + Mp3)”

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LabelEfficient SpaceCat. No.ES009
FormatEXCLXLPDOrders fromFri, 09 Nov 2018
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Special remarks : 2LP with digital download card Tracklist A1. FSOM - Resist The Beat A2. Hypnoblob - Deep Down A3. Ian Eccles-Smith - The Slaughtering Eye B1. General Electrik Meets Andy Rantzen - Leather Lover B2. Jandy Rainbow and Adrenalentil - I Will Go B3. Sobriquet - Is This Your First Time? (Artificial Remix) C1. Blimp - Yellowgold C2. Inner Harmony - Da Lub Club C3. Maroochy Barambah - Mongungi (Dance Mix) D1: Third Eye - Behold The Angel Of Frequency D2. Tetrphnm - Track11 D3 Screensaver - Eliminated Short info: 3AM Spares is a new collection of Australian Electronic Dance Music compiled Andras and Instant Peterson that encompasses the darker sounds and later nights of the 1990s and beyond. Following on from forerunner compilation Midnite Spares, this double LP draws from local 12″ releases, CDRs and the archives of community radio station 3RRR FM to make a diverse and pumping scene audible once more. No longer confined to beer barns and back rooms, this generation of producers, DJs, clubbers and ravers spilled out into pavilions, warehouses and paddocks, embracing a new culture of machine-metaphor and chemical love. Future Sound of Melbourne’s warehouse triptych Resist The Beat embodies a time when the country’s youth united with juggernaut stamina, partying beyond the long arm of the law. Restored from the ARIA award-winning trio’s original DATs, this debut 12″ incited label offers from Jeff Mills, Frank De Wulf and Carl Cox. Released by the likes of Clan Analogue, Creative Vibes, Volition, DanceNet, Juice and Psy-Harmonics, this era’s material has evaded sufficient digital documentation until now, some lost in the decommission of Angelfire, Tripod and Geocities websites. Often these bedroom experiments and one-off collaborations existed solely for compilation inclusions, a plausible scenario for the mysterious Inner Harmony. In the case of Tetrphnm, graphic artist Jeremy Dower’s glacial sub-bass was digitised from the

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