S-File – Club Classics (1983-1998)


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Last year S-File played a set of wall shaking club classics from 1982-1998. I loved it, it was one of my favorites from the year, and he just released a follow up to it over the weekend! Both sets are perfect for new EDM fans looking to hear what we were playing in the 90′s. Some of the songs in this set are new to me too, I was more of a Breakbeat cat in the 90′s and lived in Orlando, S-File plays House and Techno, and lives in Germany. It’s cool to hear other people’s ideas of classic records, we all have a list, and none of them are identical. So here it is, classic Chicago House from S-File!


S-File Bio:

S-file began in 1994 as a DJ with his own radio show and also started his DJ career. After 10 years on air, he ended his radio career and turned more to his career as a DJ and organizer. S-File has successfully organized to 2005 different house, garage and drum n bass events. In parallel, he was played in many cities and countries as a DJ. He traveled to cities such as London (UK), Warsaw (Poland) Zurich (CH) and Milan (Italy). In 2005 he decided to work as a DJ, Radio DJ and Booker quit. It was time to worry more about themselves, and for a time quite different than making music, and may start at a later date a new beginning. In 2004 he took a pleasure in music, and began again to be active as a DJ and organizer. In March 2010, S-File started his own label, Guys N Dolls Records. The label is managed very quickly to establish itself. He was able to bind artists to Decalicious, Wazabi and Fat and Ugly to the label. The recognition by many international DJ’s such as Wolfgang Gartner, Kissy Sell Out, Alex Gopher, Congo Rock, Crookers, Jesse Rose, Style of Eye, Zombie Nation, or Etienne de Crecy. As a producer could make S-File in 2010 to talk with 3 singles on his own. All three singles (Heads Up, Midnight Traffic and Out of Control / / Box Star) found their way into the sets of the top DJ’s. His single, “Out of Control / / Star Box” went straight the way to the DCC (German Club Charts) and held a few weeks. His remix for Decalicious single “Bounce”, is already before the appearance of many DJ’s pushed. Currently S-file is working on new remixes and touring the clubs in Europe.


Track List:

01.  Ecstasy Club – Jesus loves Acid (Swordfish) (1988)

02.  Joey Beltram – Energy Flash (R&S) (1990)

03.  Old Skool – Cauz I’m learn (UMM) (1994)

04.  Cheek – Venus (Pepe Bradock Mix) (Versatile) (1998)

05.  Dred Stock – Pump (Dress it) (TNT) (1995)

06.  R.I.P. Productions – The Rub (Ice Cream) (1995)

07.  Vida Simpson – Oohh Baby (AVH Summer F*) (High Life) (1995)

08.  Steve Pointdexter – Work that Motherfucker (Muzique) (1989)

09.  Public Energy – Three O’ Three (Nova Mute) (1992)

10.  Outlander – Vamp (R&S) (1991)

11.  George Kranz – Din Daa Daa (Pool) (1983)

12.  New Order – Blue Monday (Factory) (1983)

13.  Trans X – Living on Video (Polydor) (1983)

14.  D.H.S. – House of God (Hangman) (1990)

15.  Green Velvet – Flash (Relief) (1995)

16.  Dave Clarke – South Side (Deconstruction) (1996)

17.  Happy Trax Vol. 2 – Give it to me (Happy Rec.) (1993)

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S-File Mixtape: Club Classics

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AM Soul Records Podcast #6…Classic Breaks Part 2

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