Over the past twelve months, we’ve seen almost as many 12″s from Liverpool’s Deep Space Orchestra. Between their house and their disco lays some Detroit, and the quality’s constantly been on the rise. If they’re not yet making standout banging underground hits, they still manage to always catch our attention with nuggets such as this recent one :
Not leagues away from the almost ever satisfying Mark E, Deep Space Orchestra‘s just about to release their new EP, and it’s a blast. Containing three alternate mixes of their Hold Me Back song, the regular one, the oldschool acid one, and our fave, the cosmic boogie one, I just think they might soon catch many people’s attention as well :
If you fancy all this, you would be well advised to check their full soundcloud page for past and future transmissions.
Abstraxion is a confirmed french techno producer who seems to fare in London. I must confess that he’s so far remained under our radar, but his new EP for Play It Again Sam‘s Different electronic offshoot caught us by surprise : We’ve always had mixed feelings about In Flagranti, but here on remix duty for “Jus Acid”, they nail it.
Just a nice little track for late night late summer clubs.
A new track from Mark Bell / LFO is always cause for celebration.
Thanks to the fine folks at Balkan Vinyl.
Taken from the upcoming compilation of acid house, techno and electro, raising money for the DEC’s East Africa Crisis appeal. The artists have contributed tracks for free, and neither Balkan Vinyl nor I Love Acid will take any cut from any money raised.
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The DEC brings together 14 leading UK aid agencies to finance relief for people affected by major disasters in poorer countries. They never spend more than 5% of the money they raise on fundraising or promotion. Their member agencies never spend more than 7% supporting their aid efforts from the UK.
This means the MINIMUM spent on aid delivered overseas is 88%
And subsequantly, the world Frankie, Larry and Jesse unlushed to us :