by 1993 it was clear that us heavyweights david morales and masters at work would define the 90s garage scene. david went for the house crowd with vocal club bangers and the big money remixes. masters at work retained their latin flavour and took on leftfielders like jamiroquai and brand new heavies.
i made my first trip to the ministry of sound that year and was almost perplexed by the alcohol free bar and bizarre location. a million miles from the clubs up and down the country who were rocking the hell out of ‘oh carolina’ and ‘mr vain’ and peddling test tube cocktails.
how different my 17th birthday could have been if I had lived in London and able to frequent the ministry more often…instead of technicolour vomit and fat djs I could have been shaking it to a legend.
bizarre inc – took my love
hardrive – deep inside
sound of one – as i am - fire island mix
jamiroquai – emergency on planet earth – danny tengalia remix
shara nelson – down that road - def classic mix
mariah carey – dreamlover – def club mix
dajae – u got me up – danny tenaglia mix
ten city – fantasy – masters at work mix
janet jackson – if – brothers in rhythm mix
joe roberts – lover – k-klass klub mix
judy cheeks – so in love – west end in love club mix
martha wash – give it to you – maurice’s underground playground mix
aftershock – slave to the vibe – club mix
black sheep – strobelight honey – def mix
house of virginism – i’ll be there for you – stone’s club mix
masters at work – i can’t get no sleep – her fantasy mix
reese project – so deep – k.o.k club mix
incognito – givin’ it up – uplifting club mix