Rising to the Top: House Sound of San Francisco
I thought switching genres would be a wise thing to do as diversifying yourself is something that can only be beneficial. I did not force myself into electronic music in general, from which house music branched off it as a subgenre in the early nineties in Chicago. I have personally been hermetic to a lot of this kind of stuff until I got into it through live performances (DJ set is a live performance that I do appreciate a lot too), dancing scenes, under influence.. Burning Man definitely got me into a lot of that stuff as a lot of music played out there is electronic based.
Anyway,here is what we got here:
This CD was found in my new apartments basement by the owner himself (my roommate, accessorily), a retired DJ agent who used to know a lot about this kind of music.
(for the info he nows go back to college to finish a previously started bachelor). ANyway.
Studying in the kitchen, he was hearing from my room some STS9 tune playing. He walked down the basement and came back with this obscure "underground electronic scene from San Francisco" as he called it.
I actually just found out that there is quite a bit of information online about this mix.
It reminds me of some Mark Farina who was actually part of that San Francisco scene after he left Chicago.