For optimal results we highly recommend examining the history of Toronto raves as presented chronologically. If you prefer the traditional blog format and want to view the most recent entry first, fine, but we think that’s totally out of order.
1. What is the “golden age” of the Toronto Rave Scene?
2. Prologue – May 1991: The British Invasion
3. Starts With An E: Exodus Productions
4. The X Factor: DJ Malik X
- Mixtape to mp3: Radio London Session 1 (side a)
- Mixtape to mp3: Radio London Session 2 (side a)
- Mixtape to mp3: Radio London Session 3 (side a)
- Mixtape to mp3: Radio London Session 5 (side a)
- Mixtape to mp3: Radio London Session 6 (side a)
5. The 23 Enigma: 23 Hop
6. The Anatomy of 23: 318 Richmond Street West
7. August 31: Raver Patch Kids
8. Communic8: Altern 8 Interview
9. October 5: Telepathic State
10. October 19: How to Cope With Insomnia
11. October 26: Such a Feeling
12. November 9: Sponsored by the Letter E
13. The Science of Raving: Chemistry Productions
14. November 16: Big Shoes to Fill
15. Techno For All Mankind: The Booming System Collective
- Mixtape to mp3: Radio London Session 4.1: Clash of the Techno, Dr. No
- Mixtape to mp3: Radio London Session 4.2: Clash of the Techno, Sean L.
- Mixtape to mp3: Radio London Session 4.3: Clash of the Techno, Malik X
- Mixtape to mp3: Radio London Session 4.4: Clash of the Techno, Mark Oliver
16. November 23: Falling
17. November 30: Fast Forward
18. The Lost Footage: Rave Documentary
19. Exodus Merchandise: Rave T-Shirt
20. December 13: Chemistry Rave
21. December 14: The Quest For Peace
22. December 21: Can’t Beat The Rave Thing
23. December 31: Unity 92
- Mixtape to mp3: Exodus – Live from 23 Hop (side a)
1. Epilogue – January 25: The Doctor’s Lab
2. Fact or Fiction?: Captain B. Mental
- The Top 25 Exodus Toronto rave anthems from 1991.
- An interview with DJ Sean L of the BSC.
- The saga continues on our Golden Age of Toronto Rave Facebook page.
- Read the original 1995 issues of The Communic8r below.