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Mighty Force - MF ACID #4
Hot on the heels of Volume 3 comes MF ACID #4. And what a big one it is! Featuring another five blistering tracks. Anthemic House from Music For Freaks mainman Justin Harris. A rare excursion into Acid House by Carpe Sonum chillout master Sven Kössler, another chunk of 303 courtesy of Macros, Inkipak's squelching Breaks and a slab of Electro as only _Nyquist can do. It's already picked up radio plays from Wes Baggaley/Rinse FM, Jaye Ward/Netil Radio and Alan Mackenzie/1BTN
The vinyl campaign will run until July 31st which is also the digital release date. As usual, everyone who purchases the vinyl release will receive the digital files too. This release is pre-order only so, ONCE IT'S GONE, IT'S GONE! However, 100 is the minimum order to get this pressed... any orders over 100 will of course be fulfilled.
Thanks again to Arni Gretar for mastering and Christian Bjurinder for the artwork.
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I believe that this notorious and at the same time unique festival deserves a separate topic. And given that relatively recently two channels have opened on YouTube, whose owners took part in shooting Britronica in 1994, there’s a chance that in the future we will see previously unpublished material. So, in order.
The first one is Programma «A» - the author's program of Sergey Antipov, aired on a state-owned channels from the late 80s to 2000 and in their archives the highest quality material, as they filmed professionally. Despite the fact that Sergey Antipov died five years ago, apparently one of his colleagues decided to upload the archives of his programs, all the videos were digitally remastered. They have already uploaed one issue dedicated to Britronica, but it was a replay of October 17, 1998, which showed some performances. At the end of the video, Sergey Antipov himself was shown, who said behind the scenes that they broadcasted Britronica live in 1994 on their program, so let's hope that they will release this issue over time ?
The second is Ryba Morze (Morse Fish) a program founded by enthusiasts from Izhevsk, which aired on local television. From the description to the video:
And as a bonus, I translated some author's answers on comments: