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Freedom Of Sound

Freedom Of Sound

Freedom Of Sound


Freedom of Sound centres around Graham MacMahon aka Scrape, with various collaborators and co-conspirators over the years. It began with Graham MacMahon moving to London in 1990 to sniff out the heart of the Dance/Rave scene. The Kiss, produced with the help of SE London crew 'Existence' was self-pressed and released into the early rave scene to the gurning delight of many thousands in fields around the M25 and to listeners to pirate stations in the smoke. Read more on Last.fm
Freedom of Sound centres around Graham MacMahon aka Scrape, with various collaborators and co-conspirators over the years. It began with Graham MacMahon moving to London in 1990 to sniff out the heart of the Dance/Rave scene. The Kiss, produced with the help of SE London crew 'Existence' was self-pressed and released into the early rave scene to the gurning delight of many thousands in fields around the M25 and to listeners to pirate stations in the smoke. Hanging out in (and later being based behind) Chocis Chewns record shop in Soho produced a few releases as genres like Trance and Acid came to be defined out of the primal soup of the Techno scene. Playing live at events like Tribal Energy, Megatripolis, Club UK and Cluless (in Cambridge) produced further friends and connections. From an underground base in the darkest nether regions of London's Kings Cross though came some of the biggest releases. Working with A-list DJ, Blu Peter produced a couple of Albums and 5 singles as well as a handful of remixes.

The label 'Alien Cops In Disguise' was formed with the New Age Geeza, headline DJ at the fluffily hedonistic Coalesce parties and various loose knit production and writing partnerships drifted in and out of being. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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