Luca Lozano has captured the sound of rave nostalgia. Since 2010 he has been steadily building a career as a producer and artist at Klasse Recordings, formed a close relationship with the Sex Tags crew and has recently released music for the likes of Optimo, Unknown to the Unknown, Hypercolour and Creme Organization. He doesn't mess about. His knowledge of rave culture and electronic music is vast and his productions often send a nod to the golden days of dance music in the United Kingdom. It seemed fitting to invite him to curate a playlist of music which represents his tastes. Here is The Bleep Legacy with Luca Lozano...
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Unique 3 - The Theme
So I guess it would be wise to start at the start. Its 1989 and this incredible little gem comes out, touched by the hand of Rob (Gordon) and released on 10 Records, The Theme is an alien mix of sub bass, hip house raps and haunting vocal pads. Widely known as the FIRST EVER bleep record this track set the bar and inspired a lot of wonderful music to come.