This is an excellent way
to chat to other oldskoolers and find out more about the scene.
To join, just follow the
The list was established by tWiSt at the beginning of 1998 as a place for those that love
the older sound and ethos to come together, reminisce, as well as talk about the
progression of Dance that draws upon old-school ideas.
Several CDs have been compiled of the list's producers
'Old School : The Nu-skool'.
The list also has regular
meet-ups (mostly in the UK) at old-school parties and raves hosting
The list is for the discussion of any type of dance music from the early days through to
Music, Raves, Pharms, Labels, Clothes, Art, Ethos & Lifestyle
PC Games, Food, New Music etc
from those little ground-rules the list is pretty self-governing.
Just consider other people's feelings and you're more than welcome here.