The UK has always had a special hold upon electronic music, we've dug our talons in and haven't let go since. Rave and acid amidst the outback of the countryside, on the beaches and in the streets of Manchester and beyond. Chris Moss is a producer with a firm connection to the underbelly of the sound which gave birth to dance music as we know it. Inspired by the hedonistic days of rave and acid his sound draws upon elements of analogue and machine driven music. His releases blur the lines somewhat between the house focussed world of chicago and the fast paced revelry of UK warehouse culture.
His latest release on Balkan Vinyl is a throwback to the fast paced parties of the 90's... As described by the label...
"Where were you in '92? Not in Bournemouth, probably."
We invited Chris Moss to guide us through some of his favourite underrated rave bangers, he has fine taste.
Tessela - Nancy's Pantry
Some of the heaviest beats ever made. Also the intro has fucked up some people on the dance floor before, I can tell you.