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The Beat Bash – 1 May 2014

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Mmm… Skyscraper I Love You by Underworld
Greater Reward by Severed Heads
She’s A Secretary by Celebrate The Nun
So Many People by Hubert Kah
Cha Cha Heels by Eartha Kit And Bronski Beat
I’m Raving by L.A. Style
Jacky by Marc Almond
Elevate by Crystal Trip
Pineapple Face by Revenge
Dancing In Heaven (Orbital Be-Bop) by Q-Feel

“Become all-knowing, my beard so very long and flowing…”

I asked some friends to chime in with requests, and there’s a number of them here: Underworld, Severed Heads, Celebrate The Nun, L.A. Style, and Q-Feel. I’m always happy to take requests providing you understand the format.

The version of Greater Reward is my own re-edit, done several years ago with Tom Ellard’s blessing. Severed Heads is a very important group for me, to the point that I have the cover of Bulkhead tattooed on my arm.

Mmm… Skyscraper I Love You is dedicated to the one and only Skyscraper, Mr. Mark D. Hurte. The genderfuck drag he was doing in Lexington in the ’80s and ’90s would be right at home on RuPaul’s Drag Race today.

L.A. Style


I’m Raving – Past>Forward Vol. 6 – The 50 Pound Classic Techno Mix

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Last Train To Transcentral (Live From The Lost Continent) by The KLF
Intoxication (Original Mix) by React 2 Rhythm
It’s A Fine Day by Opus III
LFO (Leeds Warehouse Mix) by LFO
Vamp by Outlander
Night In Motion (Original Mix) by Cubic 22
Instruments Of Darkness (All Of Us Are One People) (The Prodigy Mix) by Art Of Noise
O Fortuna by Apotheosis
Anasthasia (Out Of History Mix) by T99
Spice (Original Mix With Notes) by Eon
James Brown Is Dead (Original Mix) by L.A. Style
Jump! by The Movement
Come On Boy (Pump It Up Mix) by DJ H Featuring Stefy
Chime by Orbital
Next Is The E (Razormaid! Mix) by Moby
A Million Colours by Channel X
Dominator (Mental Speed Mix) by Human Resource
Jericho by The Prodigy
Sesame’s Treet by Smart E’s

“James Brown is dead!”

I started my first regular paying DJ gig in May of 1992. In the six months prior, techno had completely overtaken the clubs, so I cut my teeth working these songs to a live crowd.

For several months I’ve been mentioning to friends and promoters that I’d love to do a “Where Were U In ’92?” party, and some momentum is building. In just a couple of hours I’ll be spinning a set of classic techno at Dope, a monthly club night in the Castro.