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I Like House Music - Jackmaster Hater - Lost Traxx (Vinyl)


  1. In , I was in my early teens. I used to hang around in the record stores all the time. In one of them, they had managed to get their hands on a box set called "The History Of The House Sound Of Chicago". I was really into House Music at the time (too), and although I never read the track list, I really wanted to buy that vinyl collection/5(21).
  2. "A lil history on this version of Your Love. It was not a demo of Jamie's Your Love. I was an intern at the Power Plant in the summer of ' Craig Loftis and I were in the Power Plant one afternoon playing around on the drum machine (Roland TR) Frankie had just bought.
  3. Jackmaster Hater Lost Traxx. 1 Jacks The Boxx; 2 Like House Music; 3 Boxx Jackin - Dub; 4 Jack My Body - Boxx Version; EP K-Starke: € 9, rioperziochangrenvioplethessicanfatal.xyzinfo site by rioperziochangrenvioplethessicanfatal.xyzinfo subscribe to our newsletter. [email protected] +(0) Raampoortstraat 12, AH Rotterdam.
  4. It is one of the sickest slice of Chicago House Music ever released. This compilation features ultra rare and lost Chicago classics paired with a nice selection of newer tracks produced by Jackmaster Hater and his friends, all nicely laid out on a DCD and 2 DLPs.
  5. Mar 28, - Explore fredo's board "CHICAGO OLD School HOUSE", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Old school house, House music, Chicago house music pins.
  6. Jan 14,  · I did it more for the store and the love of the music. If I get money or something happens, that’s great but that has never been the goal in any of this. It’s the music and the store. Everything I do is for the music and the store. Kstarke: The House That Jackmaster Hater Built is out now on 2xLP vinyl, on CD and digitally.
  7. Nov 17,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Kstarke Records (The House That Jackmaster Hater Built) (Pt. 2) on Discogs. Label: Still Music - STILLMDLP • Format: 2x, Vinyl /5(22).
  8. Still Music's Jerome Derradji and Kevin Starke ov Kstarke Records present a unparalleled haul of hitherto hidden Chicago house weapons in 'The House That Jackmaster Hater Built'. Mixing previously unreleased diamonds that used to be traded on tape between the likes of Ron Hardy and Frankie Knuckles, along with some of Starke's own Jackmaster Hater edits and productions, plus loads .
  9. The excavation work of Chicago-based Jerome Derradji continues on the underground house music of the Frenchman's adopted hometown. KStarke Records, a label and Windy City shop operated by Kevin Starke, aka Jackmaster Hater, had existed for only a few years when Derradji's Still Music compiled this, but Starke's house connections go much farther back, beginning with cassette tracks that he 7/