Eon was responsible for some of UK dad techno’s most distinctive tunes, very much carving out his own path with film soundtrack sampling, big filthy beats and huge synth lines – absolute classics like Dune-sampling Spice and Fear: The Mindkiller, and the ludicrous Basket Case, which has the silliest hoover noise ever committed to vinyl. I will post that one in future actually – I have all three of those singles on vinyl, fact fans. Eon was Ian Loveday who sadly passed away a couple of years ago.
For today though, this is a more restrained housey track with a lovely warm analogue bass riff. I think Baby Ford was involved somehow. Taken from a CD I used to own (no idea why I didn’t have the vinyl), Eon’s 1992 album Void Dweller, which was released on the often fabulous early UK rave label Vinyl Solution. J Saul Kane (who was I think the label boss?) also had some input to some of these productions.
In case you are wondering if there is any logic to my selections – the answer is no.