Tag: armando gallop
Review: Jordan GCZ drops the nodding Introspective Acid EP
Dark occult sciences in the key of bleep: Jordan GCZ drops the nodding Introspective Acid EP on Rush Hour.
More Classic Chicago House Flyers in Beyond Heaven Vol 2
New book showcases party flyers from back in the day - Chicago from 1981 to 1992 - and snapshots from ground zero of house music's origins.
Deep Core: A Month With Malcolm Moore’s Long-Awaited Album
The best, latest and hopefully not the last of Malcolm Moore is Deep Core, a 12 track LP that finally dropped on wax a few days ago.
Some Bad Ass Acid Cuts from Granary 12
Lethal hardware-crafted acid bounce on Granary 12's new twelve inch.
Remembering the Chicago/Amsterdam Alliance on Djax-Re-Up Vol 1
Djax was among the leading European labels to identify and nourish the second generation of Chicago electronic music producers in the early 1990s and that shouldn't be forgotten.
Jaime Read’s The End Of is a Techno Tour de Force
Jaime Read hammers a drum machine like it's an extension of his arm. His cult techno tour de force, The End Of, gets a handsome and badly needed reissue by For Those That Knoe.
404: The Internet Has A Memory Problem
Where's my f'ing mixtape? MySpace just "lost" 12 years of music, but whole sectors of electronic music history are vanishing from the internet.
Future/Past: What I Love About Armando’s The Future
"The Future" was Armando's calling card, an introduction to an international career that was cut short.
Christian Lisco’s Acid Cuts are Face-Melting Bliss
Vinyl only lo-fi nitro to blow up your system from Italian acid mongers Christian Lisco and Raw Culture.
Future Shock! Inside the New Issue of 5 Mag
Santiago Salazar, Pablo Bolivar, Brian Power and more inside 5 Mag issue 158, out now!
Acid House on the Radio: Armando on WBMX 1987/1988
Armando Gallop live set recorded in 1987 or 1988 on Chicago's WBMX radio.
Armando Gallop: Live at the Warehouse DJ Mix
The late, great, unforgotten Armando Gallop in a mix recorded live at The Warehouse.
Vincent Floyd: Sometimes They Come Back
Vincent Floyd made several stone cold classics in the 1990s, but never knew anyone was listening. But they were.
DJ Rashad: Afterlife
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Gareth Whitehead, Marshall Jefferson and Robert Owens: How Can I
For me, it's a rarity to come across a dance music single where the original mix actually outshines the remixes! But, when you've got...
One of Us: Terry Hunter and the Making of a Chicago...
"I want people to feel like they saw something special when I'm gone." Chicago House Music producer Terry Hunter is one of the most...
Armando: Downfall Remixes
In the list of classic Armando Gallop acid tracks, "Downfall" was the evil stepsister - not quite as sinister and chaotic as "151" but...
Chicago Underground: Kevin Starke Interview & Free Track Download
Chicago Underground is a new regular feature in 5 Magazine, in which we'll be featuring Chicago producers and giving away a free download of...
Armando Gallop: A Life
If you lived in Chicago in the 1990s, you couldn't get away from Armando Gallop. As a DJ, producer and promoter, he was everywhere...
The Armando Project: Farley Jackmaster Funk Interview
This is the transcript of our interview with Farley Jackmaster Funk for The Armando Project. Farley was interviewed via phone in mid-January 2008. Errors...
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