In the latest instalment of our ongoing Bleepography series, Matt Anniss discusses Alfanso’s exceedingly rare ‘Dub Feels Nice’, one of the bleep-era’s most mysterious tracks
In the latest Bleepography entry, Matt Anniss looks at Cabaret Voltaire’s first foray into Bleep & Bass, 1990 gem ‘Easy Life’
The latest edition of the Bleepography series sees Matt Anniss telling the tale of Londoners 100 Hz and their speedy response to Yorkshire Bleep, ‘Low Frequency Overload’… At the tail end of the 1980s, the UK was a divided country. The fault lines were varied: rich against poor; old against young; Conservative voters versus those … Continue reading BLEEPOGRAPHY: 06 – 100 HZ ‘LOW FREQUENCY OVERLOAD’
Today’s Bleepography entry sees Matt Anniss discuss Cyclone’s ‘A Place Called Bliss’ – and the Leicester club night that inspired it.
For today’s feature in the ongoing Bleepography series, Matt Anniss looks at the finest single track by Stafford’s Nexus 21, the duo that went on to greater commercial success as Altern8.
In today’s Bleepography entry, Matt Anniss discusses one of the first records on Chill Music, a Luton-based label that arguably did more than any other to join the dots between Bleep and early UK hardcore.