After Nitro Deluxe died* I listened back to some of his classic work – and track Hypno House started off a mix collecting some of the bleep and deep hypnotic house classics, acid house, balearic, rave and early jungle/breaks, even some modern re-edits and trax – all in service of the mighty bleep.
There was a brief period in dance, a sort of crossroads roughly between 1988 and 1992 where the balearic ‘anything goes’ idea fed back into British dancefloors and pirate radio, and all sorts of genres met at the bleep.
Balearic dreamy soundscapes, hypno house and bleep house, what later became called IDM (Warp), pure trance, acid, early jungle and dark rave, hip-hop & hip-house, breaks, techno, late EBM, europop and industrial all reported to the dance floor – and set the standard for the rest of the decade (or two).
This mix is about that junction, before the children of house went their own ways.
Forget your name at the sound of the bleep (160Mb, 1:23)
- Sweet Exorcist – Testsix (Toneapella)
- Hypnotone – Dream Beam (Hypnotone Original Mix)
- Finitribe – Hypnopaedia
- Leo Zero – Body Music
- Nitro Deluxe – Hypno House Feat. Silk (Nubian Mix)
- Mental Cube – Q (Original Mix)
- Bleeps International – Bleeps International
- Hypnotone – SBX
- Cabaret Voltaire – Easy Life
- Roland Clark – Get Deep (Leo Zero Re-Edit)
- Playtime Toons – Shaker Song
- Sweet Exorcist – Jack Jack
- Leo Zero – The Room
- Black Dog – Vir2L
- St. Melody – Qtopia (12′ Mix)
- Sweet Exorcist – Testfive
- Mi 7 – Rockin’ Down The House
- The Hypnotist – Pioneers Of The Warped Groove
- The Family Foundation – Xpress Yourself (Jungle Techno Mix) – The Family Foundation)
- Ecstasy Club – Jesus Loves The Acid
- Bass Construction – Dance With Power
- The Hypnotist – House Is Mine
- The Brothers Grimm – Exodus
- Noise Factory – The Fire
(*this mix is dedicated to him)