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For an international audience reawakening to the influence of Chicago house during the 1990s, Curtis A. Jones acted as quite a renaissance leader. Besides donning his straightahead house guise Cajmere and a flamboyant, neon-haired acid-house alter-ego named Green Velvet for several of the most memorable underground house tracks of the decade (including "Preacher Man," "Answering Machine" "Brighter Days" and "Flash"), Jones helmed the two most respected labels in the new school of Chicago house, Cajual and Relief. Though artist-owned… read more

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  • everything vonstroke touches is pure gold
  • @HeTheDebaser What is it time for? I'm sorry, I just want to be certain.
  • ITS TIME FOR DA PERCOLATOR ITS TIME FOR DA PERCOLATOR ITS TIME FOR DA PERCOLATOR ITS TIME FOR DA PERCOLATOR ITS TIME FOR DA PERCOLATOR ITS TIME FOR DA PERCOLATOR ITS TIME FOR DA PERCOLATOR ITS TIME FOR DA PERCOLATOR
  • Lucky to be in Chicago for the summer that Percolator was blowing up the dance floors. Detroit Techno/ChiTown House... This is where it all started baby.
  • sucks to only see percolator remixes in the toptrack, curtis makes the sickest tracks!
  • Riva starr remix!
  • You got that right He is my biigest fan
  • When it comes down to it, nothing else matters musically but house.

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