A Little Throwback To From The Archive 2019

The first thing that comes to mind once you cross the doors of the humongous Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid (the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision) is that you might need a lifetime to go through all the archive. Thanks to a new edition of From The Archive, we had the opportunity to spend the day with our friends from RE:VIVE and Red Light Radio exploring part of this incredible project.

For those of you unfamiliar with the project, From The Archive offers DJs the opportunity to explore the biggest audiovisual archive of the Netherlands and then use their finds for their sets. For this edition, the lucky DJs who got to explore the archive were Steele Bonus, Margie, Dazion, and Rege Satanas.

RE:VIVE puts the whole project together and Red Light Radio livestreams the DJ sets. You might be left wondering: What is Discogs doing there? Well, we did what we know how to do best: sharing all of those sweet sweet records the DJs selected for their sets.

The biggest surprise that we encountered while digging for information on these records was the fact that even though a lot of the music they played seemed obscure and hard to find, all of the albums were already on the Discogs Database (or at least the master releases were). Just another little hint of how comprehensive the Database is thanks to all of our contributors (kudos to you). Below we have the recordings of the sessions and lists with all of the releases. What’s left to do? Oh yeah, now it’s your turn. Hope you all enjoy the music as much as we did:

Steele Bonus

Check the LPs he played here.


Check the LPs she played here.


Check the LPs he played here.

Rege Satanas

For the first hour of his set, Rege Satanas played these records.

And this is the playlist for the second hour.

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