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Yes yes's the legendary Hardkiss brothers in full effect!! Get it, play it, love it, share it...

Great album

Feel good get up and dance grooves that hold together really well as an album. Favorite tracks are: Cameras Are Watching,Flowers Are Blooming, Don’t Worry & Revolution. This album will get some serious play this summer.

Hardkiss and the revolution of the sun

As a wrote for Magnetic Magazine about this very special album:

The Hardkiss Brothers’ “year one,” with its history of blazing sound systems and manifest destiny is celebrated with heart and wisdom on their new album, "1991." It’s a throwback to that heady time as well as a timely loop into the future. It takes glitch and house music and fires them up from within, glowing with a sunny psychedelia that is pure California. In some ways, the Hardkiss Brothers are the Beach Boys of the rave generation, a warm wave to Disclosure’s cool stare, surfing in a parallel universe to the aquatic electro of “Retroactive Futuristic Psychedelic Funk Bump” and the tidal grime sublime of “Cameras Are Watching.” All the while, their comeback heads for the global horizon, tipping its hat to the synth techno of Germany’s Booka Shade on “It’s Right” or the sweeping romanticism of John Digweed's Bedrock on “Flowers Blooming (Glow of Love).” But don’t ask Hardkiss to get too specific about their EDM who’s who list. Then as now, they follow their own compass.

More than anything, in a culture today of meme flashes and viral burnouts, this reunion by Hardkiss, one year after losing the beloved Scott Hardkiss, is a testament to the power of perseverance. As we lose some of the original authors of the underground, from Romanthony to Scott to Frankie Knuckles, "1991" reminds us that today is tomorrow’s yesterday. It transports us to a time when the sun was burning from within and rising high, making this Hardkiss album one of the most important EDM records of the last ten years.


Genre: Dance

Scott, Gavin and Robbie, the Hardkiss brothers, ruled the underground San Francisco club scene during the 1990s with a mixture of acid, trance and breakbeat techno. World-class DJs all, the brothers also run their own Hardkiss label, releasing material as themselves plus myriad other artists, including Rabbit in the Moon and Scott's God Within project. It was Scott and Gavin who formed the group in the early '90s after experiencing Britain's 1989 Summer of Love firsthand while studying in Europe....
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Electronic, Music
  • Released: Apr 07, 2014

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