Well, here we are, how is it going everyone? This is the 800th post from Team Infinite Limitless, all of us right now are quite steaming and partying like crazy after one very long crazy year. We have all worked hard, all gone through the mincer with the virus situation but right now quite happily cranking up the tunes this evening smashing quite a few beverages. We’ve even had some indoor mountain biking, extreme tabletop pogo and some sort of weird cardboard stair gliding going on, don’t ask, it didn’t work! Fantastic evening anyway. It is crazy to think this started out as just a journal, but it has grown so much. I thank you, we all thank you for bringing us together, thank you for liking, subscribing, following, sharing and listening to the music. There has been talk of a radio station and even some live sessions for upcoming posts but we will indeed, see what is happening! To all our friends across the world, thank you for tuning in! Thank you for rating us the worlds number 1 music blog. We will continute to find the wolrds most sweetest music and bring it here so you have the fine pleasure of listening! Make sure to suppor the atists and get on board!
The IL Team!
Perfect track! Feint, We Won’t Be Alone, feat Laura Brehm — Monstercat – OH yes, haven’t Monstercat grown this year!!!
Here is a blast from the past. This album is hands down one of the best earlier hardcore albums of all time. The Bonkers era gave birth to everything we know as hardcore today… and if you want to go back further to the Dreamscape days, that’s where Bonkers came from… and further still…… you could go back to the electronic movement in the UK in the early 80’s, with drum n bass and the acid house movement.
Alrighty. The Speed Freak is a personal favourite of mine and back in 2011 I found a little gem, well two little gems in the depths of an old music shop in Paris. A genuine copy of the Freakwaves album and Re-Play. For many it will sound like pure noise but if you know the history of modern electronic music and love fast stuff this will be but a delight.
And this one will stick in your head forever.
Might find a few samples from some well known industrial metal bands if you listen carefully.
Heard this before? It’s everywhere.
How far does it go back ? 😉
You can thank the late 80s and 90’s hardcore, drum n bass and house movements for all your all modern electronically produced music of today.