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The Radio Sessions – Electronic Beats On Air with Soul Clap on FluxFM

’90s fever has annihilated ’80s nostalgia as the In Thing, but if their latest EB Radio Session is any indication, Soul Clap aren’t ready to move on just yet.

The Boston duo of Charles Levine and Ei Goldstein are the latest guests of host Mathias Weck, and their set is firmly pre-’90s electronic bliss (yes, the ones from 1990 too; everyone knows that year was just an extension of 1989). Don’t believe us? Check out the tracklist:

Frankie Knuckles – Your Love – Trax (1987)
Jay Williams – Sweat (Dripping Dub) – Big Beat (1990)
Raze – Break 4 Love – Grove Street (1987)
Mission Control – Outta Limits – Deep South (1990)
E-Culture – Tribal Confusion – Strictly Rhythm (1990)
Cultural Vibe – Ma Foom Bey (A Tony Humphries Mix) – Easy Street (1986)
Atmosfere – Dancing In Outer Space – (1979) MCA
Joe Smooth – The Promised Land – International DJ (1987)
K-Alexi – Vertigo – Transmat (1989)
Yazoo – Do not Go (Re-re-mix) – Mute (1982)
Egyptian Lover – Dance (Long Drum Version) – Egyptian Empire (1985)
Kreem – Triangle Of Love (Dub Mix) – Metroplex (1986)
Master C & J – Face It – State Street Records (1987)
(1989) FFRR – Frankie Knuckles ft. Robert Owens – Tears
No Smoke – Koro Koro – Profiles (1990)
Freestyle Orchestra ft. D’Borah – Keep On Pumpin ‘(Groove Me Mix) – SBK (1990)
The Underground Solution – Luv Dancin ‘- Strictly Rhythm (1990)
Earth People – Dance – Kool Groove (1989)
Alessandro Novaga – Eletronic Drums – White (1980’s)
D-Train – Keep On (Humphries & Pettibone Mix) – Ram’s Horn (1983)
M. Doc – It’s Percussion (Insane Mix) – Jack Trax (1988)
J. M. Silk – Shadows Of Your Love (Fierce Mix) – DJ International (1986)
Rhythm Is Rhythm – Nude Photo – Transmat (1987)
Joey Beltram – Energy Flash – Transmat (1990)
Lil Louis – French Kiss – FFRR (1989)

You feelin’ that like we do? Then you’re in for a treat. You can listen to the whole radio show with Soul Clap on Thursday, April 26th via FluxFM, starting at 10pm (GMT+1) – tune into FluxFM via terrestial radio (frequencies in Berlin and other big cities in Germany) or via live stream (worldwide).

A rerun of the show’s first hour will be available on demand on FluxFM’s website from Friday, April 27th, with the DJ mix following a couple of days later on The Radio Sessions is a weekly show so make sure to tune in next week!

Published April 25, 2012.