Anyone listen to Old School TECHNO?

During my high school (and college) years, this label ran things in my town:

Example tune:

Still at it!

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The very good example tune you shared makes me think of one other very good techno group of the 90s called Underground Resistance:

Argh, now I’m nostalgic of this good old fuckin (techno) times…


Hmm time to rip me some videos …

Oh man I could listen to these for the rest of my life and totally ignore current mu$ick …

Oh well what the hey, EVERYONE knows this one! smile.png


Halo World, I now have 18 songs created between 2016 to now using RENOISE.

I’m going to plan how to release it while giving RENOISE credit because it’s the best DAW I ever used for the music I do. I want RENOISE to be successful. I like RENOISE.

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I agree…the techno of the late 80’s and early 90’s was raw and hit hard…I have a passion for that era. I feel the same about the industrial music of that time too.:grin: I wonder how many of those tracks were made with trackers in comparison to hardware sequencers (analog and digital) /and early midi software sequencers.

For the great 92/94 era, there was DJ Hooligan too.

This one is softer:

This one is harder:

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A few others.

Very sensual one:

Very classic one:

Very chilling one:

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good old minimal techno, no music had kicked me like that

I bought this old school 1991 Techno Rave cd vol 1 called TECHNO TRAX. I think this is a ZYX records release. It’s German Techno as it kicks ass and lots of German vocal movie phrases/speeches. I dig a lot.

There are I think 12 volumes… I just ordered the volume 2 - 3.

Three classics of the 92/94 era.

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very nice thank you all… This is the style of Techno I love… It has melody, crazy sound spikes, and not just like the techno today that goes “wooomph woomph woomph, with the white noise again”

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I’ve started a YouTube PlayList to group all the oldschool techno tracks that remind me that awesome 92/94 era of techno / acid / hardcore / trance. For the moment, only 50 tracks (including most of those already posted here). Good listening (for thoose who like to groove).



Maybe better known in France as here
Gaspar Noe’s new movie Climax is fully trimmed to 90s
They certainly had fun during the filming

Takkyu Ishino - Polynasia

accidentally rediscovered
thought for years this song, a video with flying cat its from ken ishii

Quite an unconfortable feeling with this videoclip, but strong. I was a big big fan of Takkyu Ishino’s and Ken Ishii’s productions in the 90’.