October 15, 2007


Request done ;) a while ago someone asked me to post a set by T-Quest (formerly know as "dj Stefaan" ... remember Teknoville-party?) so i did.

For Belgian readers T-Quest needs no introduction at all, he's a regular guest at Fuse, and was also part of their resident-team for a while.
As a producer he made his contribution to the techno hall of fame with the Upiter-track, one of my favourite releases on the Music Man-label.

Nowadays he has a residency at the Kozzmozz-parties, and according to some he also has a hidden agenda and enjoys playing elektro-tracks, wearing a tuxedo and looking like The Hulk's thin brother.

October 9, 2007


Lately i've been posting lots of sets by "guest dj's" at the Fuse-club, a bit unfair towards the resident-dj's, isn't it?
Warming up, trying to keep a vibe, and sometimes (often?) even outclassing the guests ... throughout the years these jocks earned their spot in Belgian nightlife: Pierre, Trish, St-Dic, Deg, T-Quest to name a few.

Deg joined the Fuse-team in 1997 after showing his qualities at AB-Sounds, Mauna Kea, Borsalino, BWP-experiments, Rave Explosion, Network, PK-Studios and even May-Day. Nowadays, he's still part of that same team and usually spins in the main room.

October 7, 2007

carl craig

It seems to get harder by the day to keep my sets online ... so grab this one as fast as you can. In the meantime i'll try posting an update on what's online and what isn't by the end of the week (or month, year, decade?).
Here's over 2-hours of Carl Craig, as usual a set recorded at Fuse. To be honest i haven't been the biggest fan of his dj-sets the last years: a part of his tracklist never seems to change. This is like an exception (maybe because it was recorded over 7 years ago).
It sets off in a very laidback houzy kinda way and slowly enters a Detroit spectrum called techno. Tiny details: the first 8 minutes of the recording are played by one of the Fuse-residents.

MegaUpload: Carl Craig, Fuse, 29.01.00.