D IS FOR THE DRUM CLUB (PT1)

The start of a few posts about progressive house stalwarts The Drum Club.

 

The Drum Club was Charlie Hall and Lol Hammond. The duo started out as promoters of their eponymous club and as DJs. They then started to release their own records in the early 1990s on record labels such as Guerilla, Big Life and Butterfly Records. They went their separate ways in the mid-1990s.

 

From their early progressive house singles on Guerilla, both of which are classics of the genre:

 

The Drum Club – U Make Me Feel So Good (The Do-It Techno Visual Mix)

 

The Drum Club – Alchemy (Uptown Rockers Stomp)

 

~ by acidted on January 8, 2009.

One Response to “D IS FOR THE DRUM CLUB (PT1)”

  1. […] sees the release of Film Music, a collaboration between Chris Coco and Lol Hammond (ex-Drum Club). This seven track affair is a chilled mood piece, not obviously cinematic in scale is more full of […]

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