Saturday, February 19, 2011

PSB / Underworld

In the late ’90s through the late ’00s, it was all the rage among bedroom producers to make dance “remixes” by slapping a sampled percussion track over looping samples of ’80s hits. These were usually done without permission and were released on white-label vinyl in small quantities.
Here’s one of the more well-done examples:
I also really like this 2004 white-label techno remix of the song from the baby-on-the-ceiling scene in Trainspotting:
(W.E.G. link updated 2013-11-15)

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