Then, a few years ago, I spent a lot of time on a Hotline server, then transformed into a KDX server by its Romanian owners. The server’s name was Shakazulu, and he died of his beautiful death a year ago, signifying the end of instant access to Radio’s latest Essential Mixes.
I remember seeing a link, in the news of Shakazulu, to a “history of electronic music”, a lousy and rich Flash animation.4 years later, an association of ideas leads me to rethink (and the listen to the podcast of FriskyRadio too). Can not find this animation in Google, with only keywords like “Electronic History Flash Anim”.
Some complementary variations give nothing … but it is finally Delicious that will save me in 1 minute, proving if it was still needed the superiority of the human classification of information on the algorithmic ranking.
The guide: Ishkur’s Guide to Electronic Music . An hour of happiness, between smiles / memories related to the listening of certain titles, memories of sounds, and humor of the author. Essential to know what the Electrotrash, the Nu Synthpop, resituate the Deep House, all that is EuroTrance – including Anthems (yuck), the Happy Gabber HardTrance (yuck), explores Braindance Glitch (hum) to finally come back quietly at things more accessible to the thirties, the Techno Deep, Minimal, and the end of the House progressive, my favorite style after listening to a lot of shits ten years ago, goa kicks in teufs.A note also, by the way: Deezer’s search engine is really a shit.