Jak wywołać acidowy feeling bez Rolanda TR-303? Jesteś w Yorkshire, 1988, a ten twój basowy sound nazywa się bleep! Mijasz wiele zapomnianych geniuszy, ale i Warpowców, Nightmares on Wax oraz Cabaret Voltaire.
Dance music documentarian and DJ Matt Anniss is on a one-man mission to raise awareness of bleep techno, the sub-bass heavy style that began the UK bass music story. This killer compilation follows on from his critically acclaimed book (also called "Join The Future") and gathers together a mixture of hard-to-find tracks (see Unique 3's "Only The Beginning"), personal favourites (Ital Rockers' "Dreams", Nightmares On Wax's "21st Kong", DJ Martin and DJ Holmes' phenomenal rework of Man Machine), scene anthems (Demonik, Nexus 21, Cabaret Voltaire) and previously unreleased cuts (Alfanso's far-sighted "Dub Feels Nice (Version 4)" is particularly impressive). Thanks to some genius-like mastering work from Warp co-founder Rob Gordon, it all sounds insanely weighty and high-tech, too, making this a must-have for even confirmed bleep heads.