20 years ago, Sasha and John Digweed released what many consider to be the greatest mix album of all-time, Northern Exposure. The seminal double-disc release, spanning over two hours of tripped-out curation from the dance legends, marked the duo’s second official offering following their landmark debut, Renaissance: The Mix Collection, from 1994.
In the years since Northern Exposure, Sasha and Digweed have solidified their reputation as two of the foremost titans of the dance world. Listening to the formative concept album, however, affords the rare opportunity to hear the pair channeling the raw ethos of rave heyday. A far-cry from a modern Sasha or Digweed set, Northern Exposure is a tour de force through classic progressive house, breaks, ambient, and trance. If there’s one consistent theme across the mix, it’s spaced out psychedelia. With selections from Rabbit in the Moon, William Orbit, The Light, and Underworld, it’s the perfect snapshot of the thriving pulse of ’90s dance culture.
Revisit the magic of Northern Exposure below: a timeless dance release that harkens to be played over and over again.
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