This lengthy title track from his 2004 album comes from drum ‘n’ bass legend Squarepusher.
This funky, techno dance track from electronic pioneer Bruce Haack comes from 1983 (some might think this is from 1978 but it’s not), and was made with hip hop producer Russell Simmons, using then popular vocoderized vocals.
Taken from Liverpool Sound Collage, features the voices of the other Beatles. This is McCartney swimming in ambient techno waters. Interesting if strange stuff…
Released on the Science label comes this drum & bass classic, featured in the movie Blade. Most of this English duo’s releases are moody & brooding. Good stuff.
The great Squarepusher, from July 2004, on the Warp label. He has put out many great records over the years in the drum & bass genre, as well as putting out an album that sounded like an updated take on the kinds of fusion albums Miles Davis was making in the early 70s.
Luke Vibert aka Wagon Christ (aka Plug), released this downtempo creation March 6, 2001 on the Ninja Tune label.
Vibert has put out many albums over the years under his various aliases.
Bruce Haack started out making children’s albums in the 60s with Miss Esther Nelson. Later, he became a pioneer in the world of electronic music and made some groundbreaking albums such as Electric Lucifer and Haackula, which today sound very dated and very futuristic at the same time. Definitely worth checking out (check out article below).
This is from one of those earlier “children’s” albums (The Way-Out Record for Children) – though it sounds a bit like some of his later electronic stuff. It makes me wish I had had his children’s records back when I was a kid.
The original 1983 single of this Kraftwerk tribute to the French race. Kraftwerk are for all intents & purposes, the forefathers of techno.
I’m not sure of this is the official video of the song, or if someone put these images to music.
NOTE: Please double click this video to get it to play.
The King of Jungle, this song came out in 1993 and features Diane Charlemagne on lead vocals. Goldie seems to have kept a low profile as of late.