TB-303 Love & Joris Voorn

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Some FAQ on TB-303


Tadao Kikumoto designed the Roland TR-909  as well as the Roland TB-303 .

Roland released the TB-303 in 1981.

The TB-303 was discontinued in 1984 a considered to be a commercial failure.

You can purchase a Roland TB-303 for $2,500 USD and up on Reverb.

The TB-303 is a foundation in Techno and House Music

The TB stands for “Transistorized Bass”.

In 1987 Phuture released Acid Trax, a release which kicked off the defining sound for a genre.

The TB-303 is a monosynth.

Check out this documentary on the Roland TB-303.




If you are just discovering Acid House music or are already enjoying tunes written with the help of the sought-after Roland TB-303 Bassline which is known to electrify dancefloors then Joris Voorn has just delivered the perfect performance.

Dutch producer / DJ Joris Voorn is lighting up YouTube with some great content.  Among the music release videos, live event appearances, live production, live DJ sets, skate videos, there is something newly uploaded that is very special and it may be the beginning of a series:  Joris Voorn Vinyl DJ Mix | Classic Acid Pt. 1



If this TB-303 Love & Joris Voorn Classic Acid Pt. 1 is going to evolve into a part 2 and beyond then this will be one of the greatest online experiences Acid House could possibly have.  Joris Voorn has not only included treasured vinyl presses superbly mixed including the listing of track names with hyperlinks so you can easily find the songs, he also plugged in and played an actual Roland TB-303 integrated into his DJ set.  If you would like to learn more about Joris Voorn visit Joris Voorn – \\\\ (Four) and visit Joris Voorn’s: YouTube channel, make sure to check out the About  section to find links to the social media and music releases.

The next few link will take you to webpages dedicated to the history of Acid House Music, the third being a link to book which happens to be on the list to check out.

The History of Acid House | Features | MN2S

The history of acid house in 100 tracks – – Mixmag

A Brief History Of Acid House – an illustrated book. | Suddi Raval (bandcamp.com)



Listening to Arise

Album by Reinhardt Buhr

Listening to Arise by Reinhardt Buhr seems impossible that the album is a labor of spontaneous trial and error.  In a world with so many short songs; coming across an album with lush atmospheres, crisp strum patterns, melodic leads, cinematic soundscapes, and stunning voices from Daniel Peters and Mandie Buhr with songs averaging 14 minutes will not leave an impression with, “that the song ended to early” feeling.


Reinhardt Buhr currently has a 13-album package on Bandcamp at the time of writing this.  Reinhardt, a multi-instrumentalist and live performer, hails from South Africa.  You can get a sense of enjoyment from those who are lucky enough to be listening in the audience during a live performance, especially outdoors.  While watching many of the great video uploads on the Reinhardt Buhr YouTube Channel the thought of actually being in a crowd relaxing and listening to a live performance is a bit overwhelming.

A highlight here on the album Arise is the song “Rest.”  This song quickly created a restful atmosphere and the strumming up-tempo rhythm is definitely motivational which led to getting some work here started.  Do not know if the title is a literal interpretation of the song’s mood.  Whenever the occasion arises where it’s slow moving and it’s time to get focused the song “Rest” is definitely in rotation on the playlist. The plucky chords on “Season” are superb.  Once honing in on an element thinking how great it is another aspect arises and takes its place. It is so great to come across music where you can switch modes from listening to hearing and find easy escape.  If you find anything close to resembling Reinhardt Buhr track Post-Fader down and shout it on blast.

Listening to Arise by Reinhardt Buhr, a timeless experience.




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  • Hempress Sativa – Boom Shakalak
  • Jah9 – Humble Mi
  • Iziniga – Rastafari
  • Murdock feat M’Leah – Let it Go
  • Riddim Punks feat Exco Levi – Stranger in Town – Gentleman’s Dub Club Remix
  • KAYTRANADA Featuring Tinashe – The Worst In Me
  • Zeus the Elevator – Jumpin’ thru loops vol. 3 & 4
  • Flowback feat DRGGST – Khud se Khud
  • Neuro… No Neuro – Scans

These are the Top 10 songs which we are listening to now. Old, new, every genre in the rainbow ever released is a candidate. Songs even make reappearances and / or stay on the list for a really long time.