Thursday, 25 June 2020

DREAM FREQUENCY Special '30' LP via Kickstarter

You make me real!

Dream Frequency. A project, a band, that has filled the dancefloor with the right energy playing out this classic 1992 anthem and even lots of others such as 'Take Me' or 'Good Times', the eminent collabs with the established vocalist Debbie Sharp, or touring in US and Australia with The Prodigy, plus witness the biggest Japanese rave back in the day playing in front of 55,000 nuttah ravers as well as participating on big brands & festivals such as Street Rave Bowlers, Hanger 13, The Metro, The Fubar, Circus Circus, Amnesia, Galactica, Fantazia and Rezerection, Kelly’s...

Above board, there are so much praise and credits to give on the Dream Frequency work over the last years within the scene. Words that 
wouldn't fit into a certain blog about the man like Ian Bland, the main brain behind Dream Frequency. Something bigger than a project, which celebrates 30 years of life this year! Incredible isn't it?

Wanna get more satisfaction from the North of UK then?

And we can now inform you that the genious Ian Bland has recently set up a Kickstarter crowdfunding in order to celebrate DF 30s with a special and ideal release, as huge as it can get. A collector's item for anyone who's been fan of this groundbreaking act, a piece of the Rave history of the past and present. And his plan is to come out on limited CD, limited Vinyl with unlimited love; all in order to pay homage to the Dream Frequency marvellous history!
Check above his official words & statement about his forthcoming 'celebration'.

Ian Bland:

"I'm lucky to have worked with some amazing performers on this album, from the powerful vocal range of Sherie Hartill, the spine-tingling vocals of Tameka Jackson and a lady who needs no introduction, the first lady of DF, the legend Debbie Sharp. These ladies are a force to be reckoned with and I hold nothing but respect for them for producing some goosebump moments on the tracks. Plus a special guest appearance from Skilf as he lays down his own unique lyrical flow on the track Roller coasting, Add to all that, the super talented vocalist and artist Luke Neptune smashes it out of the park on Keeps on playin!

As an extra bonus, there will be remixes from four of my good friends, a legend of the rave scene Rob Tissera with his infectious energy takes it to the next level with his remix of Take Me. Feel So Real is launched into 2020 by one of THE original oldskoolers and top 100 Beatport artist K69. One of Beatherders finest Dave Heaton and all-round good egg brings it home with his driving tech dub of one of our classics and I'm excited to team up with Mr Rejueve himself Si Frater as we smash the massive club anthem "Rejuvenation" often sung by the packed crowds at Beaverworks Mills,

We also have a world exclusive - for the first time in our 30 year history Ultrasonic and Dream Frequency have joined forces with their first-ever track. A force to be reckoned with!!!! Hardcore meets hands in the air vocal piano. Here we, here we, here we F*k*ng go!!!!

There are 20 new tracks in total, ranging from screaming rave anthems, uplifting vocal vibes and a few surprises too!


From full-on rave anthems, crazy costumes and energetic stage show, DF have always "brought the noise" and I would love to do the same with this album.
I have put my heart and soul into every track, I'm SO proud, it's a definite NO FILLERS, ONLY KILLERS !! kind of album.

Dream Frequency "30" will be meticulously produced by myself using the latest mastering and production techniques from my own studio and 30 years in the game as an artist and producer.
You are only 30 once! so to make sure all the packages are all five stars, please be assured I have carefully sourced all our suppliers and designers for the quality of the work they produce. (We aim to have delivery of the packages late September/early Oct as it takes 6 weeks for the vinyl to be manufactured, but we will keep everyone in the loop with regular communications as to where we are in the manufacturing process)"


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