’90s rave was characterized by the unique intersection between progressive sounds and experiments in video and graphic art.
Who could forget the 3Lux Techno Video Mix, Warp Records’ (Motion) VHS or the awesomely-weird demoscene experiments in ’90s tekkno?
The ’90s rave scene was also a hotbed for experimentation within live performance and VJing. The video above, taken from Orlando club Cyberzone, is a perfect example.
Known for having one of the best high-end VJ booths, Cyberzone would record the DJ sets alongside their visuals so the DJs could watch back later. This two-hour set was recorded circa 1998-2000 and features DJ Soul on the decks. It’s a perfect relic of the sights and sounds of a particular moment in rave history—plus it’s the perfect thing to stare at during your next after party.