Kind of specific but I love the weird dances and the fashion of that time.
It's some version of Sundown by The Overlords. Old school EBM.
Cool there is a thread of these
There was a series I used to watch in the late 90's\early 2000's? called 'Ibitha Uncovered' or something like that. It was filmed on Ibitha but they did other 'uncovered' series at other major locations where british tourists get drunk and sleep around. Someone from the UK might remember this series.
Had a lot of this sort of footage. It really put me off raves...and brits...and actually even sex.
in the mid nineties i used to watch obsessively a show named BPM that aired on channel 4 at 3am on a sunday morning. along with interviews with DJs and producers they would take cameras to raves and film it. my favourite was when they went to United Dance in 1995
here's a 92ish hardcore tune. don't know title or anything. vocal sample is fairly common.
>you will never do legal ecstasy
My friend's dad told him how at the clubs they would pass out these little pills that would "make you dance all night".
My friend told him that it was probably ecstasy. His dad's like, "Nah, it was just vitamins".
Here are two very old mostly acid house clips.
Shit was so happy then, no race or religion problems or any of that bullshit. Just everyone being there for the music
Shuffle is still being relevant, but not everywhere .
Here in Hungary it still has a lot of followers and people who actually do it and even teach it.
Nowadays it's mostly popular in hardstyle culture.
There are a lot of videos on yt which can help you learning it, but it has changed and evolved a lot.
nowadays I've seen tons of "cutting shapes" videos, looks like a variation of shuffling, there's a thread about it too
Well I got down the basic 2 shuffle moves but it's gonna take a long time to get fast enough so that I don't look like a retard. I need to find a mirror too so that I can know when I don't look like a retard. What do i do with mah hands?
>Shitpost everywhere even in the middle of the bush
This. Still going on as of last week.
Had tickets to go and see them back in Dec 97, just after Fat of the Land was launched, at the GMEX, but couldn't make it. Though I live near Manchester I was at Birmingham Uni at the time and was tryin to finish coursework. Lookin back I'd've just handed it in a couple of days late and gone to see them.
Still pissed about it today.
I was brought up with this type of music, old Fantasia stuff and that. Rave.ca has, or at least had a huge archive of old hardcore tunes from back in the 80's - early naughties, have yourself a look and see if it's still there under hardcore. Good stuff.
fucking miss 2009
People at modern "raves" mostly don't dance at all, but instead stand staring straight forward at the DJ and do the bobbing one arm up and down in the air or fist pumping or something else equally retarded
gonna be uploading some Prodigy music videos
What a bunch if freaks, all of them were dancing, none were just standing laughing at those who were enjoying themselves, also noticed not one person was taking a selfie, holding a phone or even a bottle of beer, that's just fucked up man, letting themselves go like that, tsk tsk
It should be: The Christmas Bunch, Hit No.1
It's pretty rare so you can't find a rip of it online. However I managed to find the vinyl online a couple of days ago and now I'm waiting for it to come in the post.
Here is an old god-tier video from a 90's rave. This is the vid that got me into dancing and electronic music when I was a wee lad in 6th grade.
If only the modern rave-scene wasn't shit. Before raving was a counterculture all about individual expression, now, ironically, its all about conformity and "the experience". I actually know people who have said things like "I had to teach this new raver the ropes of raving… like shuffling and making kandi"