For optimal results we highly recommend examining the history of Toronto raves as presented chronologically.
1. What is the “golden age” of the Toronto Rave Scene?
2. Prologue – May 1991: The British Invasion
3. Starts With An E: Exodus Raves
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 Videos
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: New Year’s Rave 1992
- 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 Booming System Collective.
- The saga continues on our Golden Age of Toronto Rave Facebook page.
- Read the original 1995 issues of The Communic8r by clicking each cover below.