Friday, 4 August 2017
It's Friday . . . Let's Dance
In Glasgow in the early to mid nineties Slam and Soma weren't the only game in town. Down the road across the M8 and in Bath Street in the city centre a record shop called 23rd Precinct was getting in on the act with it's roster of labels and local talent. I have posted before about the absolute Although not quite as cutting edge as the Soma, for me anyway they did release some excellent progressive house and early Trance singles. The other night I revisited some of the early highlights when I dug out my copy of House of Limbo Vol 1. Although much of it is of it's time that doesn't mean that it isn't worth listening to although I must admit the my mood was a bit nostalgic remembering the first time that I heard classics Schtoom and I Trance You.
One of the tracks that has stood the test of time is the first release by Glasgow Subby legend Harri, Skelph, a storming piece of Progressive House from 1992 and the ninth release on the Limbo label.
We are off for a week of fun and torrential rain in Machrihanish, so probably nothing to see here for a week or so.
Have a good weekend people
Harri - Skelph