On the one hand, this seems like a no-brainer, converting one of dance music's longest-running 22 years and counting and most respected brands into a series of live events. On the other, live shows are an inherently ephemeral endeavor, and the Essential Mix has always acted as a definitive recorded document, drawing a detailed timeline of dance music's history, told in weekly two-hour chunks. As that series moves into its next chapter, it makes sense, perhaps, to look at the series' more humble roots. Even before the Internet age, dedicated traders passed cassette recordings of Saturday night's Essential mix to collectors around the world, providing a portal into the world of electronic music that eclipsed the local offerings for those not living in major hubs like London or New York. But even seemingly obvious mixes from acts like Detroit legend Jeff Mills were hard to find without the hiss of a hundred high-speed dubs, as tapes made their way from the UK back to our local postal code. Thankfully, digital files have eliminated the sonic degradation of magnetic heads, and have also made these once sought-after prizes easily accessible to the current generation of dance music fans, for whom the very notion of life without an endless abundance of DJ mixes must seem odd to say the least. So here's a episode, hour primer on those early years, and relish the fact that these once hard-to-find mixes are now all collected in one place. That pop and crackle you hear at the beginning is coming from a real vinyl record. This classic set from Essential Mix's inaugural year goes from grinding industrial to bubbling acid house and blazing driven techno. The only speed is "faster.
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