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Boomkat Product Review:
Dekmantel parse their first pack of ‘90s bangers showing off the breadth of legendary Dutch techno powerhouse Djax-up-Beats
Established by Saskia Slegers in 1989, Djax-Up-Beats was pretty much the definitive Dutch techno label of the ‘90s, and a major part of the dialogue between Detroit, Chicago, NYC and the European bastions of house and techno.
This, the first of two handy 2LP compilations, surveys the label’s early phase from 1990 thru 1994, taking in Terrace’s funky Detroit styles in ‘916 Buena Avenue (influenza mix)’ off the label’s first release, along with the swingeing acid lines of Random XS belter ‘Give Your Body’, and choice American gear including K-Alexi Shelby’s ‘Sex-N-R’, Glenn Underground’s heavyweight percolator ‘101 Dalmatians’, and Felix Da Housecat’s ‘Freakadelica’.