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They Call It Acid – The story of Acid House culture

Posted in Classics, Electronic, Movie, News on May 25, 2009 by E.N.


They Call It Acid – The story of Acid House culture
A HEADflicks production, A Film by Gordon Mason, Narrated by Robert Owens, Music produced by Evil Eddie Richards.

Film Trailer – They Call it Acid from Gordon Mason on Vimeo.

Press quotes
“An excellent 2 hour documentary.. Worth looking out for”
Time Out Magazine

“An important document of a pivotal moment in British pop culture, it captures the euphoric mood of rave culture perfectly”
Sheryl Garratt – Editor, The Face 1989-95

“Gordon Mason’s new documentary They Call it Acid.. The definitive account of Acid House culture, featuring never-before-seen footage of the very first illegal parties and interviews with virtually all of the scene’s most important figures.. For want of a better word, sorted”
Another Man Magazine

“It’s a pretty much definitive doc on the acid house scene.. Absolutely hilarious”
DJ History Website

“Superb.. Captures the spirit and times perfectly”
Faith Fanzine

“It’s time this amazing tale were told”
Zani E-zine

Find out more http://theycallitacid.com/index.html

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EMN pres.CastlesInSpace

Posted in Classics, Electronic, Promotions on April 21, 2009 by E.N.


This is not fair,long time ago i was thinkin to present this blog i discover them as our followers!,today we recieved two e mails to presents russian blogs so i decided finally to present Castlesinspace
I dont visit them -the only reason is that they are into classic stuffs(i have already)but if you dont check this blog asap,with all kinds of music,incl.electronic eps,albums rare suffs -vinyl rip 320
I will take this for example

The Orb – Assassin: Double CD
From October 1992, the single following “The Blue Room” was this non-album epic, here in it’s double disc edition.

According to Kris Need’s sleeve notes on the recent Orb two disc remastered reissues, Bobby Gillespie was originally intended to sing on this, but the idea was nixed by Creation. The bastards.

I bought this on it’s release and immediately took it home one afternoon, deciding to road test it by giving it the proverbial “cheeky half” treatment. Lost in sea of Orbience some time later, the call came from Mrs. Micron reminding me that we were going for dinner that evening with her work colleagues…

320 Kbps. Lots of artwork included in the archive including the “Don’t Leave Earth Without One” window sticker which came with disc 2.

http://castlesinspace.blogspot.com/

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