Dave Clarke Live @ Awakenings Klokgebouw (Eindhoven) – 08-02-2014


Dave began DJing while still a teenager , from hip hop to acid house in Brighton until the fever began raves and techno sets of acid and left to enjoy the favor of the public . At that time , he began his career in the field of production . His first delivery was in the XL label, under the alias Hardcore , and became dance album of the week , ahead of the likes of Whitney Houston and Enigma (it was 1988 ) .

At the beginning of the 90 issues published in the Belgian label R & S , it was beginning to dawn where another David , Dave Angel , and on his own label Magnetic North . But it was not until he saw the light for the Bush trilogy , Red 1 , 2 and 3 seal, his name began to be known for the techno age (and not so techno ) . There were three singles , other than what people had heard so far, but accessible enough to interest fans of the less accommodative electronics.

From that, to remix offers started to multiply. People like Chemical Brothers , New Order, Death In Vegas , Inner City or Felix Da Housecat Dave entrusted their topics for the reinterpretase . All this served as preparation for their debut album Archive One , published in 1996 , which mixes techno, house, disco and electro in a work that is still relevant even today .