Various Artists – Tech City (Avocado Mango Soup)
The “Tech City “ album gives o great overview of this genre.
If you have a look at the history of clubbing, you’ll immediately realize that dance music dates back to the disco tradition that characterized the 1970s. What is more, a further evolution of this phenomenon took place in the 1980s with deejaying and raves. Tech house music’s original aim was to fight the establishment: that’s how unlicensed all night dance parties came about. Visiting and gathering socially at nightclubs, discotheques, clubs, and festivals as well as socializing, listening to music, and dancing - that’s what it is all about.
This package is meant as a tool for DJ’s. They might want to use it to express themselves and to add value to the type of music they are playing. It can be really appreciated on larger sound systems.
This compilation features tracks by Albert Voyeurt, The Decrepit Preacher, Shitty Circle, Shrewd Foundation, Tacky Land, Someone Blitz, The Cowboy Activity, Spilled Knight, Step Brother, Sydney Rutledge, The Across Special, Hoo Rook, The Counterfeit, Wise Bush, Under Army, The Oblong Physics, and Toy Reflection.
“Tech City “can be purchased from