DJs from Mars, Rudeejay & Da Brozz have teamed up on this Throwback Thursday to release an absolutely mind blowing 4 minute 90’s mega mashup, smashing 40 tracks together into 4 minutes of nostalgia. All 3 of the artists have been teasing this mix on their social accounts for the past week or so, and if you know anything
King Unique sought to turn back the clock for a nostalgia-fueled re-work to Jeremy Olander‘s “Shuttle,” and it is safe to say that he succeeded in his mission to do so.
Like a piece labeled “’94 Remix” might imply, this interpretation of “Shuttle” is rife with influences from the decade. The original track’s touching progression is doused in punchy, classically-inspired percussion and dramatic builds that develop across a multitude of soundscapes. Tying together the overall effect, King Unique adds nostalgic filtering and laces the finished product with subtle guitar flutters — vintage indeed. Despite its classic elements, however, the piece still fits perfectly into the present, and makes for a well-rounded take on Jeremy Olander’s beloved single.
“Shuttle (King Unique ’94 Remix)” will be released on February 23. Pre-order a copy here.
Absolute madness regularly ensued among those in attendance, and now it looks like we’ve got some proof. A 50-minute video from the Sydney Rave History Website has surfaced and the old school “2036 Rave” at Alexandria’s Graffiti Hall of Fame dating back from 1996. It’s hardcore proof that upped production, stricter restrictions, and police crackdowns on venue allowances over the years have allotted fewer occurrences of such events, which is undeniably a crying shame.